magnetic hysteresis


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magnetic hysteresis

[mag′ned·ik ‚his·tə′rē·səs]
(electromagnetism)
Lagging of changes in the magnetization of a substance behind changes in the magnetic field as the magnetic field is varied. Also known as hysteresis.
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The FOMT involves a change in crystal symmetry, with a magnetic hysteresis that is larger than that of gadolinium, with a value of 2 K reported for G[d.
From the measurements taken of the standard watt system, we can place a worst case limit on the force error due to magnetic hysteresis.
Many papers [1]-[7] have reported magnetic hysteresis observed in transport critical-current measurements of oxide high-temperature superconductors (HTS).