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Barkhausen effect

(1881—1956)


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The magnetization of a ferromagnetic substance by an increasing magnetic field takes place in discontinuous steps rather than continuously. The effect results from the orientation of magnetic domains (see magnetism). It was first observed by H. Barkhausen (1881–1956) in 1919.

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