Biefeld–Brown effect

The Biefeld–Brown effect is an electrical phenomenon observed by Sir Thomas Townsend Brown in around 1920s while experimenting with X-ray tubes in his high school. When he applied a high…

Barnett Effect

The ‘Barnett effect’ is the magnetization of any uncharged body as it spins on its long axis. This is caused by the coupling between the angular momentum of the electronic…

Barkhausen Effect

The ‘Barkhausen effect’ is termed for any kind of noise (disturbances in the field of physics) in the magnetic output of any ferromagnet when it is subjected to any kind…

Accordion Effect

We all know how hectic road traffic is, and the worst part is driving in a traffic jam where we constantly have to change or alter the speed following the…

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