What is another word for electromagnetically?

Pronunciation: [ɪlˌɛktɹə͡ʊmɐɡnˈɛtɪkli] (IPA)

Electromagnetically refers to the interaction between electric fields and magnetic fields. Some synonyms for electromagnetically include magnetically, electrically, and electromagnetically-induced. Magnetically describes the properties or actions of a magnet, while electrically refers to the properties or actions of electricity. Electromagnetically-induced is used when referring to a process or effect that is created by the interaction of electric and magnetic fields. Other possible synonyms include electromotive, electromagnetic radiation, and electromagnetic spectrum. These terms are often used in physics and engineering to describe the properties and behavior of electromagnetic phenomena.

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What are the hypernyms for Electromagnetically?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Electromagnetically

The record is not made mechanically on a cylinder, but electromagnetically on this wire.
"The Exploits of Elaine"
Arthur B. Reeve

Famous quotes with Electromagnetically

  • I have told you that upon physical death the ego becomes the subconscious in the next existence, and that its conscious knowing is retained electromagnetically.
    Jane Roberts
  • The ego becomes more like the inner ego and less like its old self, comparatively speaking. It accepts large portions of reality that it previously denied. Structurally, it remains intact, yet it has changed chemically and electromagnetically. Now it is far more open to inner data. Once this freedom is achieved, the ego can never return to its old state.
    Jane Roberts

Related words: electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic waves, electromagnetic spectrum, electromagnetism, electromagnetic radiation waves, electromagnetic waves frequency,

The electromagnetic spectrum is a range of radiowaves and other types of radiation that are all types of electromagnetic radiation.


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