Definition of "magnetoresistance" [magnetoresistance]
A change in electrical resistance of a conductor or semiconductor when a magnetic field is applied.(noun)
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Use "magnetoresistance" in a sentence
"Giant magnetoresistance is essentially a quantum mechanical effect depending on the property of electron spin."
"‘Ordinary’ magnetoresistance is observed in common non-ferromagnetic metals."
"Ordinary magnetoresistance is a small effect, too small for application in hard drives."