Definitions for magnet, deflection of
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Magnet, Deflection of
The change of position of a magnet from the plane of the earth's meridian in which it normally is at rest into another position at some angle thereto, by the effect of an artificial magnetic field, as the deflection of a galvanometer needle.
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