Magnetosonic vs Magnetoionic - What's the difference?

magnetosonic | magnetoionic |


In physics|lang=en terms the difference between magnetosonic and magnetoionic

is that magnetosonic is (physics) describing a longitudinal wave of ions (and electrons) in a magnetized plasma that propagates perpendicular to the stationary magnetic field while magnetoionic is (physics) having both magnetic and ionic characteristics.

As adjectives the difference between magnetosonic and magnetoionic

is that magnetosonic is (physics) describing a longitudinal wave of ions (and electrons) in a magnetized plasma that propagates perpendicular to the stationary magnetic field while magnetoionic is (physics) describing the affects of a magnetic field on ionic behaviour.

magnetosonic

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Adjective

(Magnetosonic wave) (-)
  • (physics) Describing a longitudinal wave of ions (and electrons) in a magnetized plasma that propagates perpendicular to the stationary magnetic field
  • magnetoionic

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    Adjective

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  • (physics) Describing the affects of a magnetic field on ionic behaviour.
  • (physics) Having both magnetic and ionic characteristics.