Einstein–de Haas effect
Definition of Einstein–de Haas effect
: a rotational impulse imparted to a body upon sudden magnetization — compare barnett effect
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Origin and Etymology of einstein–de haas effect
after Albert Einstein and Arthur E. de Haas †1941 Austrian physicist
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