magnetocaloric effect

noun mag·ne·to·caloric effect

Definition of magnetocaloric effect

  1. :  a reversible change in the temperature of a thermally insulated magnetizable substance in a magnetic field of varying intensity with the temperature rising or falling according as the field intensity is increased or decreased

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Origin and Etymology of magnetocaloric effect

magnet- + caloric


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