Magnetic Moment in Metals Excited by Heat Flow
This paper reports an experimental study of the magnetic field excited in metals by heat flow.1 It is well known that the magnetic field and heat flow cannot be connected by a linear equation, since the magnetic field is an axial vector and the heat flux is a polar vector. Hence in a first approximation heat flow cannot excite a magnetic field in an ideal homogeneous specimen.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Heat Flux Heat Flow Superconducting State Torsional Stress
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