effect

effect
1) эффект; явление || производить эффект; порождать явление
2) влияние; (воз)действие || влиять; оказывать влияние; (воз)действовать; оказывать воздействие
3) pl.; тлв.; вчт. спецэффекты
- ac Hall effect
- ac Josephson effect
- acoustic Doppler effect
- acoustical Faraday effect
- acoustoelectric effect
- acoustoresistive effect
- ambisonic effect
- anisotropic effect
- anode effect
- anomalous Hall effect
- anomalous Sasaki-Shibuya effect
- anomalous Zeeman effect
- antenna effect
- aspect effect
- atomic photoelectric effect
- Auger effect
- avalanche effect
- back stress effect
- background effect
- back-porch effect
- back-wall photoelectric effect
- Barkhausen effect
- Barnett effect
- barrier effect
- base-robbing effect
- binaural effect
- blackout effect
- blindness effect
- Boers effect
- Bragg effect
- Bridgman effect
- bulk effect
- Burstein-Moss effect
- butterfly effect
- capture effect
- Casimir effect
- Cerenkov effect
- channel effect
- charge-storage effect
- cocktail-party effect
- collector-follower effect
- colossal magnetoresistive effect
- comet effect
- Compton effect
- conductivity modulation effect
- contour effect
- conventional skin effect
- converse effect
- converse magnetostrictive effect
- Cooper effect
- Corbino effect
- corner effect
- corona effect
- Cotton effect
- Cotton-Mouton effect
- cryptomagnetic effect
- dc Hall effect
- dc Josephson effect
- dead-end effect
- Debye effect
- Debye-Sears effect
- delayed-sidetone effect
- Dellinger effect
- Dember effect
- dephasing effect
- Destriau effect
- digital multi-effects
- digital video effect
- direct piezoelectric effect
- domino effect
- Doppler effect
- dynamic pinch effect
- dynamic stereoscopic effect
- dynatron effect
- Early effect
- echo effect
- edge effect
- Edison effect
- effect of intermediate valence
- Einstein-de Haas effect
- elastooptical effect
- elastoresistive effect
- electroacoustic effect
- electrooptical effect
- electrooptical Kerr effect
- electro-opto-acoustical effect
- electroosmotic effect
- electrophonic effect
- electrophoretic effect
- electroresistive effect
- electrostatic Kerr effect
- electrostrictive effect
- emitter dip effect
- emitter push effect
- end effect
- equatorial Kerr effect
- equatorial magnetooptical Kerr effect
- Esaki effect
- Ettingshausen effect
- external photoelectric effect
- extrinsic photoconductive effect
- extrinsic photoelectric effect
- Faraday effect
- ferroelectric effect
- ferromagnetic proximity effect
- field effect
- field-rejection effect
- fixed effects
- flexoelectric effect
- flicker effect
- flywheel effect
- forbidden effect
- fractional quantum Hall effect
- fringe effect
- galvanomagnetic effects
- galvanothermomagnetic effects
- gap effect
- Gauss effect
- giant Hall effect
- giant magnetoimpedance effect
- giant magnetoresistive effect
- granularity effect
- greenhouse effect
- Gudden-Pohl effect
- Gunn effect
- gyromagnetic effects
- Haas effect
- Hall effect
- Hallwachs effect
- Hanle effect
- heating effect of current
- height effect
- hole-burning effect
- hyperfine effect
- image effect
- inlay effect
- interface effects
- internal photoelectric effect
- intrinsic photoconductive effect
- invar effect
- inverse effect
- inverse Faraday effect
- inverse photoelectric effect
- inverse piezoelectric effect
- island effect
- isotope effect
- Jahn-Teller effect
- Josephson effect
- Joule effect
- junction edge effect
- Kapitza-Dirac effect
- Kerr effect
- Kirk effect
- Kirkendall effect
- Kundt effect
- lagged effect
- laser effect
- Leduc-Righi effect
- linear electrooptic effect
- longitudinal galvanothermomagnetic effect
- longitudinal Kerr effect
- longitudinal magnetoresistive effect
- longitudinal thermomagnetic effect
- long-line effect
- long-run effect
- Lorentz effect
- Lossev effect
- Luxemburg effect
- Maggi-Righi-Leduc effect
- magnetoelastic effect
- magnetoelectric effect
- magnetogalvanic effects
- magnetoimpedance effect
- magnetooptical Kerr effect
- magnetoresistive effect
- magnetostrictive effect
- magnetron effect
- Malter effect
- Meisner effect
- meridional Kerr effect
- meridional magnetooptical Kerr effect
- metamagnetic effect
- metamagnetoelastic effect
- microphonic effect
- microwave biological effect
- Miller effect
- moiré effect
- Mössbauer effect
- motor effect
- multipactor effect
- multipath effect
- multi-valued Sasaki-Shibuya effect
- mutual coupling effect on input impedance
- mutual coupling effect on radiation pattern
- negative resistance effect
- Nernst effect
- Nernst-Ettingshausen effect
- night effect
- normal Hall effect
- normal Zeeman effect
- Nottingham effect
- Ovshinsky effect
- pairing effect
- parallel pumping instability effect
- parallel pumping spin wave instability effect
- Pashen-Back effect
- peak effect
- Peltier effect
- photocapacitor effect
- photoconductive effect
- photodielectric effect
- photodiffusion effect
- photoelastic effect
- photoelectret effect
- photoelectric effect
- photoelectromagnetic effect
- photoemissive effect
- photomagnetic effect
- photomagnetoelectric effect
- photopiezoelectric effect
- photothermoelectric effect
- photovoltaic effect
- picket-fence effect
- piezoelectric effect
- piezomagnetic effect
- piezomagnetoelectric effect
- piezooptical effect
- piezoresistance effect
- piezoresistive effect
- pinch effect
- pinch-in effect
- Pockels effect
- polar Kerr effect
- polar magnetooptical Kerr effect
- Pool-Frenkel effect
- print-through effect
- proximity effect
- pyroelectric effect
- pyromagnetic effect
- quadraphonic effect
- quadratic magnetooptical effect
- quadro effect
- quantized Hall effect
- quantum Hall effect
- Raman effect
- Ramsauer effect
- random effect
- rate effect
- red eyes effect
- Renner effect
- Richardson effect
- Ridley-Watkins-Hilsum-Gunn effect
- Righi-Leduc effect
- Rijke effect
- ripple effect
- ripple-through effect
- Rocky-Point effect
- S effect
- Sasaki-Shibuya effect
- Schottky effect
- schrot effect
- screening effect
- seasonal effect
- Seebeck effect
- shore effect
- short-channel effect
- short-run effect
- shot effect
- side effect
- sidewalk effect
- Silsbee effect
- size effect
- skin effect
- sound effects
- space-charge effect
- special effects
- speckle effect
- spillover effect
- Stark effect
- stereo effect
- stereophonic effect
- stereoscopic effect
- Stiles-Crawford effect
- stimulated Raman effect
- stirring effect
- storage effect
- stroboscopic effect
- Stroop effect
- Suhl effect
- superparamagnetic effect
- surface field effect
- surface-charge effect
- tensoresistive effect
- tertiary pyroelectric effect
- thermal effect
- thermoelectric effect
- thermogalvanomagnetic effect
- thermomagnetic effect
- Thomson effect
- threshold effect
- transferred-electron effect
- transverse galvanothermomagnetic effect
- transverse Hall effect
- transverse Kerr effect
- transverse magnetoresistive effect
- transverse Nernst-Ettingshausen effect
- transverse pumping instability effect
- transverse pumping spin wave instability effect
- transverse thermogalvanomagnetic effect
- transverse thermomagnetic effect
- trap effect
- trapping effect
- tunnel effect
- tunneling effect
- turnpike effect
- twisted nematic effect
- Tyndall effect
- Venetian blind effect
- vertical component effect
- Villari effect
- Voigt effect
- Volta effect
- wall effect
- Webster effect
- Wertheim effect
- Wiedemann effect
- Wiegand effect
- window effect
- word superiority effect
- X-ray photoelectric effect
- Zeeman effect
- Zener effect

The New English-Russian Dictionary of Radio-electronics. . 2005.

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