What is another word for magnetic hysteresis?

Pronunciation: [maɡnˈɛtɪk hˌɪstəɹˈiːsɪs] (IPA)

Magnetic hysteresis is a phenomenon where the magnetization of a material lags behind the applied magnetic field. Synonyms for magnetic hysteresis include magnetic lag, magnetic memory, and magnetic retention. Magnetic lag refers to the delay in the material's magnetization when a magnetic field is applied, while magnetic memory describes the material's ability to remember its previous magnetic state. Magnetic retention pertains to the material's tendency to remain magnetized even in the absence of an external magnetic field. Other related terms include coercivity, remanence, and saturation magnetization, all of which describe the magnetic properties of materials and their response to an applied magnetic field.

What are the hypernyms for Magnetic hysteresis?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Related words: magnetic hysteresis, magnetic hysteresis loop, hysteresis magnetic loop, magnetic properties of hysteresis, magnetic hysteresis curve, magnetic core hysteresis loss, induced magnetization in hysteresis, magnetic hysteresis loss, magentic field on a stationary wire loop

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