Matteucci effect

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Matteucci effect is one of the magnetomechanical effects, which is thermodynamically inverse to Wiedemann effect.[1] It is observable in amorphous wires with helical domain structure, which can be obtained by twisting the wire, or annealing under twist. The effect is most distinct in the so-called 'dwarven alloys' (called so because of the historical cobalt element etymology), with cobalt as main substituent.[2][3]

  1. ^ Bozorth, R. (1951). Ferromagnetism. Van Nostrand.
  2. ^ Vazquez, M. (1996). "A soft magnetic wire for sensor applications". Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 29.
  3. ^ Matteucci, C. (1858). "Recherches expérimentales sur les phénomènes électromagnétiques développés par la torsion". Annales de Chimie et de Physique. 53, 385.

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