ferromagnetic domain

ferromagnetic domain
feromagnetinis domenas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. ferromagnetic domain; magnetic domain; Weiss domain vok. ferromagnetischer Bereich, m; Weißscher Bereich, m; Weißscher Bezirk, m rus. магнитный домен, m; ферромагнитный домен, m pranc. domaine de Weiss, m; domaine ferromagnétique, m; domaine magnétique, m

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