Related to thermomagnetic: thermomagnetic effect


(General Physics) of or concerned with the relationship between heat and magnetism, esp the change in temperature of a body when it is magnetized or demagnetized. Former term: pyromagnetic
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(ˌθɜr moʊ mægˈnɛt ɪk)

1. of or pertaining to the effect of heat on the magnetic properties of a substance.
2. of or pertaining to the effect of a magnetic field on a conductor of heat.
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