London-moment meaning

(physics) A quantum-mechanical phenomenon whereby a spinning superconductive metal sphere generates a magnetic field whose axis lines up exactly with the spin axis.
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(physics) The magnetic moment of any rotation of any superconductor, caused by the electrons lagging behind the rotation of the object.
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Origin of london-moment

  • Named for the physical scientist Fritz London, and moment as in magnetic moment.
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