/juy"roh free'kweuhn see/, n., pl. gyrofrequencies. Physics.
the frequency of rotation of an electron or other charged particle in a magnetic field, directly proportional to the charge of the particle and to the field strength and inversely proportional to the mass of the particle.
[1940-45; GYRO- + FREQUENCY]

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