Averch-Johnson Effect

The 'Averch-Johnson effect' is related to the economy of the company and is named after two economists who developed a styled model depicting the rate of return in a regulated…

Avalanche Effect

The term 'Avalanche effect' was given by a German-American cryptographer Horst Feistel. 'Cryptography' is a term used to denote the secure communication held between people in encrypted form so that…

Autokinetic Effect

The 'Autokinetic effect' is a phenomenon based on visual perception and Optical illusion. Visual perception is one's ability to analyze the surrounding environment using the source of light in the…

Autler-Townes Effect

In the year 1955, American physicists Stanley Autler and Charles Townes both showed that a microwave transition of the OCS molecule is able to split into two components when one…

Aureole Effect

The word ‘Aureole’ means the light that surrounds something; just like in movies when we see some holy body, the light radiating from the backward of that holy body can…

Auger Effect

An 'Auger effect' is a physical phenomenon which was observed by Lise Meitner, an Austrian Swedish physicist in 1922. She has also worked remarkably on radioactivity and nuclear physics. This…

Audience Effect

An audience effect is somewhat that we notice every day around. It basically refers to the improvement or the enhancement in the performance of a player, performer, or any other…

Asymmetric Blade Effect

The Asymmetric blade effect, also known as 'P-factor' or 'Asymmetric disc effect', is basically an aerodynamic phenomenon that relates to the motion of air in relation to solid objects such…

Askaryan Effect

Askaryan effect is termed for a phenomenon where a particle traveling faster than the velocity of light in a dense substance (salt, ice or the lunar regolith), produces a sprinkler…

Anrep Effect

The Anrep effect is nothing but a self-regulation method in which the contracting ability of the heart muscles increases with after-load. After-load is the pressure against which the heart must…

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