Magnetophoresis vs Magnetophoretic - What's the difference?

magnetophoresis | magnetophoretic |


As a noun magnetophoresis

is (physics) motion induced by a magnetic field on a particle of magnetic or magnetizable material (such as a hemoglobin-bearing red blood cell) in a fluid.

As an adjective magnetophoretic is

of or pertaining to magnetophoresis.

magnetophoresis

English

Noun

  • (physics) Motion induced by a magnetic field on a particle of magnetic or magnetizable material (such as a hemoglobin-bearing red blood cell) in a fluid.
  • See also

    * electrophoresis English words suffixed with -phoresis

    magnetophoretic

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Of or pertaining to magnetophoresis.