piezomagnetic effect

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piezomagnetic effect

(paɪˌiːzəʊmæɡˈnɛtɪk) or

piezomagnetism

n
(General Physics) physics
a. the production of a magnetic field by applying a mechanical stress to certain crystals
b. the converse effect in which stress is produced in a crystal as a result of an applied magnetic field
piˌezomagˈnetically adj
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Effect of stress or strain on magnetization is called the Villari effect, inverse magnetostrictive effect, or piezomagnetism. In general, it is simply referred to as magnetomechanical effect.