A cgs unit of magnetic flux, abbreviated Mx; it is equal to the magnetic flux passing through one sqaure centimeter which is normal to a magnetic field of one gauss.
a cgs unit of magnetic flux equal to the flux perpendicular to an area of 1 square centimeter in a magnetic field of 1 gauss
Scottish physicist whose equations unified electricity and magnetism and who recognized the electromagnetic nature of light (1831-1879)
a versatile actress with impressive credits in the classical and contemporary repertory in London, Canada, and the United States
The unit of magnetic flux in cgs units. One Maxwell equals 10-8 Webers.
Unit of magnetic flux. One maxwell equals one magnetic line of force.
Unit of magnetic flux in the C.G.S. electromagnetic system. One maxwell is one line of magnetic flux.
The CGS unit of magnetic flux.
Unit of magnetic flux (f) in the CGS electromagnetic system. One maxwell is one line of magnetic flux (f)
for "Maccus' Spring" or "Maccus' Well"; family name derived for the supposed healing waters in a small shire in the north of England near the Scottish border (where a unicorn is said to have tipped his horn into the pond to purify it and give it healing powers); crest from Scottish church of St. Magnus, on the Isle of Skye, contains four crescent moons facing outwards separated by four "losenges" (elongated diamonds) sometimes with a unicorn's head in the middle
Maxwell is a Scottish family name from Maccuswell, or Maxwell, a salmon pond on the River Tweed near Kelso bridge1 in Roxburghshire.