Heulinger equations

Heulinger equations

[′hȯi·liŋ·ər i‚kwā·zhənz]
(physics)
Equations which relate the values of various quantities, such as the Hall coefficient, thermoelectric power, electrical resistivity, and thermal conductivity, in isothermal and adiabatic thermoelectric and thermomagnetic effects.
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