Ettingshausen effect

noun Et·tings·hau·sen effect \ˈetiŋzˌhau̇zən-\

Definition of Ettingshausen effect

  1. :  a transverse temperature gradient produced when a metal in which an electric current is flowing is placed in a magnetic field whose direction is perpendicular to that of the current

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Origin and Etymology of ettingshausen effect

from the name Ettingshausen

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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