(comparative more hysteretic, superlative most hysteretic)
- Of or pertaining to hysteresis.
Variant of hysteresis
Physics a lag of effect when the forces acting on a body are changed, as a lag in magnetization () of a ferromagnetic substance when the magnetizing force is changed
Origin of hysteresisModern Latin ; from Classical Greek hysterēsis, a deficiency ; from hysterein, to be behind, come short ; from hysteros, later, behind ; from Indo-European an unverified form udteros, comparative of base an unverified form ud-, up from source out