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What does EMF stand for?

EMF stands for Electromagnetic Force

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The machine is highly accurate and weight checks by electromagnetic force compensation balance, which makes high measuring accuracy possible.
This interaction gives rise to three fundamental forces -- the strong force, the weak force and the electromagnetic force (there is a fourth force, gravity, which is suspected to be caused by a still-to-be-found boson called the graviton, who proposed its existence in a paper to the journal Physical Review Letters whose draft title was "The Goddamn Particle," to describe the frustrations of trying to nail the Higgs.
Haskell’s writing, here’s her summary description of Leigh, Ingrid Bergman and Greta Garbo before they were transformed into bona fide stars: “These actresses hadn’t yet had their eyebrows plucked, their teeth whitened and straightened, their breasts raised, their hairlines changed—in other words, been submerged in the Hollywood developing emulsion that raises star power to its full electromagnetic force.
2 Assumptions We begin by making the following assumptions: Assumption 1: The gravitational and electromagnetic force ranges are not infinite.
Knolker says the electromagnetic force surrounding the sun fuels these flux tubes.