Meissner effect


Meissner effect
n
ELECTRON, PHYS efecto Meissner m

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  • Meissner effect — Diagram of the Meissner effect. Magnetic field lines, represented as arrows, are excluded from a superconductor when it is below its critical temperature. The Meissner effect is the expulsion of a magnetic field from a superconductor during its… …   Wikipedia

  • Meissner effect — /muys neuhr/, Physics. the loss of magnetism that a superconductor displays when cooled to its transition temperature in a magnetic field. [after German physicist Fritz Walther Meissner (1882 1974), who contributed to a description of the effect… …   Universalium

  • Meissner effect — Meisnerio reiškinys statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Meissner effect vok. Meißner Effekt, m; Meißner Ochsenfeld Effekt, m rus. эффект Мейснера, m pranc. effet Meissner, m …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • Meissner effect — /ˈmaɪsnər əfɛkt/ (say muysnuhr uhfekt) noun the loss of all magnetic properties by a superconductor cooled below its critical temperature. {named after Walther Meissner, 1882–1974, German physicist, who, with fellow physicist Robert Ochsenfeld,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • meissner effect — ˈmīsnə(r) noun Usage: usually capitalized M Etymology: after Alexander Meissner died 1958 Austrian radio engineer : the partial or complete absence of magnetic induction in metallic substances even in a magnetic field when cooled into the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Meissner effect — noun The total expulsion of magnetic flux from the interior of a superconducting metal when it is cooled in a magnetic field below a critical temperature, near absolute zero, at which the …   Wiktionary

  • Meissner — Meißner (transliterated Meissner) may refer to: Hoher Meißner, mountain massif in Hesse, Germany Meißner, a community in the district Werra Meißner Kreis, in Hesse, Germany Meissner, Meißner or Meisner is a German surname and may refer to:… …   Wikipedia

  • Meissner , Fritz Walther — (1882–1974) German physicist In 1933 Meissner, in collaboration with R. Oschenfeld, discovered what has since been known as the Meissner effect. He was examining the magnetic properties of materials as they became superconductive, a condition met …   Scientists

  • Meissner state — The Meissner state [Named after Walther Meißner] is a thermodynamic state of a superconductor, characterized by the total exclusion of an external magnetic field (the Meissner effect).cite web| last=Kaper | first=Hans G. | coauthors=Gary K. Leaf… …   Wikipedia

  • MEISSNER — GERMANY (see also List of Individuals) 6.6.1770 Ilfeld/D 3.2.1842 Eutin/D Georg Ernst Christian Wilhelm Meissner started studies in mathematics at Göttingen University in 1787. In 1791 he moved to Rome, Italy, to obtain education in architecture …   Hydraulicians in Europe 1800-2000

  • Efecto Meissner — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Imán levitando sobre un material superconductor. Para experimentar los efectos de la superconductividad es necesario enfriar la muestra a muy bajas temperaturas …   Wikipedia Español


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