Definition of Kerr effect in English:

Kerr effect

Syllabification: Kerr ef·fect
Pronunciation: /kər iˈfekt, kär
 
/

noun

Physics
2The production of double refraction in a substance by an electric field.

Origin

early 20th century: named after John Kerr (1824–1907), the Scottish physicist who studied these effects.

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