Definitions for magnetic adherence
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
The tendency of a mass of iron to adhere to the poles of a magnet. It is best figured as due to the virtual shortening of lines of force, as the more permeable iron gives a better path for them than the air can afford, and consequently a virtually shorter one.
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