magnecule
 n.— «When the atoms are removed from the arc, the electron orbits return to a collectively neutral state, except that instead of single atoms, multiple atoms are now combined magnetically into units. Santilli coined the term “magnecules” to describe these magnetically-combined atoms. They are distinctly different from “molecules” which form when a “valence electron” in the outer shell of an atom links in a chemical bond with another atom, often of a different element, to make a compound.» —“Can MagneGas Cleanly Serve World’s Energy Needs Domestically?” by Sterling D. Allan, Mary-Sue Haliburton in Palm Harbor, Florida Pure Energy Systems News Aug. 28, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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