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remanence

noun rem·a·nence \ˈre-mə-nən(t)s, ri-ˈmā-\

Definition of REMANENCE

:  the magnetic induction remaining in a magnetized substance no longer under external magnetic influence

First Known Use of REMANENCE

circa 1880

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