Hysteresis is the difference between two separate measurements taken at the same point, the first is taken during a series of increasing measurement values, and the other during during a series of decreasing measurement values.
The hysteresis is caused by the natural reluctance of a material to return to an original state after adding and removing a physical change, such as an increase and decrease in temperature or pressure.
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