Definition of Barkhausen effect
: the series of abrupt changes or jumps in the magnetization of a substance when the magnetizing field is gradually altered
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Origin and Etymology of barkhausen effect
after Heinrich Barkhausen †1956 German physicist and electrical engineer
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