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The magnetic induction that remains in a material after removal of the magnetizing field.

[From Middle English remanent, remaining, from Latin remanēns, remanent-, present participle of remanēre, to remain; see remain.]

rem′a·nent adj.
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rare remaining or left over
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(ˈrɛm ə nənt)

remaining; left behind.
[1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin remanent-, s. of remanēns, present participle of remanēre. See remain, -ent]
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Yang, Remanent and anisotropic switching field distribution of plate like Ba-ferrite and acicular particulate recording media, J.
The petrophysical properties of lithologies, Koenigsberger ratio (Q) and direction of the remanent magnetization were introduced.
The saturation magnetization (Ms), remanent magnetization (Mr), and coercivity (Hc) could be determined to be 30.87 emu/g, 2.53 emu/g, and 130.55 Oe, respectively (Fig.
(ii) The fact that the parameters (declination and inclination) from the beginning are far from those which define the magnetization of the sources (in this present case will be remanent).
Remanent magnetization, [M.sub.R], and coercivity, [H.sub.C], values are nearly zero, in agreement with the superparamagnetic behavior expected for these nanoparticles on the time scale of magnetization measurement time [[tau].sub.M] ~ 100 s.
The magnetic properties (coercivity (Hc), saturation magnetization (Ms), and remanent magnetization (Mr)) were studied via VSM analysis.
Montmorillonite (Mt) and vermiculite (Ver) in the original state own the coercive field of about 2.44 kA/m and 0.945 kA/m and nearly the same low values of remanent magnetization.
Remanence or remanent magnetization or residual magnetism is the magnetization left in a ferromagnetic_material such as iron, after an external magnetic field is removed.