Becquerel effect


Definition of Becquerel effect

  1. :  a photovoltaic electromotive force manifested by certain electrolytic cells with identical but unequally illuminated electrodes

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Origin and Etymology of becquerel effect

after Antoine H. Becquerel †1908 French physicist

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