: lacking magnetic qualities : not magnetica nonmagnetic materialnonmagnetic metals
Examples of nonmagnetic in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebPiezoelectric motors can be manufactured from completely nonmagnetic materials, a key factor for imaging technology, such as MRI machines involved in medical treatment.
Michael Ashley, Forbes, 18 May 2021 This lets them pull magnetic materials up off the conveyor belt and move them away, separating them from nonmagnetic materials such as plastic, glass and paper, and reducing their chances of getting stuck together.
Ben Finio, Scientific American, 12 Mar. 2020 But then the knot dissolved after a few hundred milliseconds, and the ferromagnetic islands migrated to the edges of the BEC, leaving a nonmagnetic core at the center.
Jennifer Ouellette, Ars Technica, 15 Nov. 2019 The scanning heads in today’s electronic devices consist of alternating layers — each only a few atoms thick — of a magnetic metal like iron and a nonmagnetic metal like chromium.
Dennis Overbye, New York Times, 12 Apr. 2018 That particular panel is nonmetallic or nonmagnetic (aluminum).
Indianapolis Star, 22 Mar. 2018
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