Ben Franklin Effect

The Ben Franklin effect is a very normal occurring phenomenon that we feel in our daily life. It refers to a psychological phenomenon in which a person who has already…

Beaujolais Effect

A programming language in simple terms may be known as a formal language that we usually relate to computer science; which comprises a different set of instructions producing various kinds…

Bauschinger Effect

The Bauschinger effect is named after a well-known German engineer named Johann Bauschinger. The Bauschinger effect refers to the property of a material in which the material's stress, as well…

Baskerville Effect

A heart attack is one of the major problems that hit numerous people each year. It occurs when the blood flow to the heart is blocked due to some reasons.…

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…

Bank Effect

The ‘Bank effect’ is a term that refers to the ability of the stern of a ship to swing towards the bank side when the ship is present in a…

Bambi Effect

Hunting is a practice since ancient times to kill animals for one's own recreational purpose. It is a practice of seeking, pursuing, and capturing or even killing wild animals adversely.…

Balloon-carried Light Effect

A Balloon-carried light effect is a special kind of effect specifically possessed by a balloon, which can be fixed with a string to any ground surface or left free flying.…

Baldwin Effect

The Baldwin effect is named after an American Philosopher, James Mark Baldwin; who is well known for his significant contributions to early psychology, psychiatry, and the Theory of Evolution. In…

Balassa–Samuelson Effect

The Balassa-Samuelson effect was said to be developed independently in the year 1964 by Bela Balassa and Paul Samuelson. The effect is already explained to have been hypothesized in the…

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