Definition of Righi–Leduc effect
: a transverse temperature gradient observed in a metal when the metal is in a magnetic field whose lines of force are perpendicular to the heat flux —called also Leduc effect
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Origin and Etymology of righi–leduc effect
after Augusto Righi †1920 Italian physicist and Sylvestre Anatole Leduc, 20th century French physicist
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