Definitions for magnet, electro-
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A magnet consisting of a bar of iron, bundle of iron wires, iron tube or some equivalent, around which a coil of insulated wire is wound. Such combination becomes polarized when a current is passed through it and is an active magnet. On the cessation of the current its magnetism in part or almost completely disappears. (See Electro-magnet.)
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