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Screw pinch

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screw pinch

(Science: radiobiology) A variant on the theta pinch, in which axial currents (as in a z pinch, but less intense) produce a poloidal magnetic field (in addition to the usual longitudinal field), thus making a corkscrew field configuration.

See: theta pinch, z pinch, pinch device.