remanent

[rem-uh-nuhnt]
adjective
remaining; left behind.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin remanent- (stem of remanēns), present participle of remanēre. See remain, -ent

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remanent (ˈrɛmənənt)
 
adj
rare remaining or left over

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Remanent magnetization is the permanent magnetization of rock and is not dependent on any contemporary external field.
Defines magnetic anomaly, induced and remanent magnetism in rocks, and describes magnetic anomaly maps.
Generally strongly magnetic with reversed remanent magnetism.
Rocks containing magnetic minerals may have two kinds of magnetization: induced and remanent.
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