[mag-nee-toh-kuh-lawr-ik, -lor-] /mægˌni toʊ kəˈlɔr ɪk, -ˈlɒr-/
an increase or decrease of the temperature of a thermally isolated magnetic substance accompanying an increase or decrease in the intensity of a magnetic field.
[mag-nee-toh-kem-uh-stree] /mægˌni toʊˈkɛm ə stri/ noun 1. the study of magnetic and chemical phenomena in their relation to one another. /mæɡˌniːtəʊˈkɛmɪstrɪ/ noun 1. the branch of chemistry concerned with the relationship between magnetic and chemical properties
[mag-nee-toh-i-la-stis-i-tee, -ee-la-stis-] /mægˌni toʊ ɪ læˈstɪs ɪ ti, -ˌi læˈstɪs-/ noun, Physics. 1. the phenomenon, consisting of a change in magnetic properties, exhibited by a ferromagnetic material to which stress is applied.
[mag-nee-toh-i-lek-trik] /mægˌni toʊ ɪˈlɛk trɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to the induction of or electromotive force by means of permanent magnets.
[mag-nee-toh-i-lek-trik] /mægˌni toʊ ɪˈlɛk trɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to the induction of or electromotive force by means of permanent magnets. adj. also magnetoelectric, “characterized by electricity produced by magnets,” 1831, from magneto- + electric.