- of or relating to the induction of electric current or electromotive force by means of permanent magnets.
Origin of magnetoelectric
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Faraday, M., his discovery of magneto-electric induction, 27.A Century of Science and Other Essays
The influence of the magneto-electric machine, therefore was not direct, but indirect.Invention
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But whether they are volcanic or magneto-electric, it is difficult to determine.
Congelation is crystallization, and all crystallization is electric, or magneto-electric.
All magneto-electric generators are simply contrivances with this object.Heroes of Science: Physicists
Word Origin and History for magneto-electric
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