Maggi-Righi-Leduc effect

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Maggi-Righi-Leduc effect

[′mä·jē ′rē·gē lə′du̇k i‚fekt]
(physics)
A phenomenon in which the thermal conductivity of a conductor changes when it is placed in a magnetic field.
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The thermal hall effect is the generation of currents in the direction opposite to that of the flow of the temperature particles or medium.