[fer-ahy-mag-net-ik, fer-ee-] /ˌfɛr aɪ mægˈnɛt ɪk, ˌfɛr i-/
noting or pertaining to a substance, as a ferrite, in which the magnetic moments of some neighboring atoms point in opposite directions, with a net magnetization still resulting because of differences in magnitudes of the opposite moments.
/ˌfɛrɪˈmæɡnɪˌtɪzəm/ noun 1. a phenomenon exhibited by certain substances, such as ferrites, in which the magnetic moments of neighbouring ions are antiparallel and unequal in magnitude. The substances behave like ferromagnetic materials See also antiferromagnetism
[fer-is] /ˈfɛr ɪs/ noun 1. an amusement ride consisting of a large upright wheel rotating on a fixed stand and having seats around its rim suspended freely so that they remain right side up as they revolve. /ˈfɛrɪs/ noun 1. a fairground wheel having seats freely suspended from its rim; the seats remain horizontal throughout […]
[fer-ahyt] /ˈfɛr aɪt/ noun 1. Chemistry. a compound, as NaFeO 2 , formed when ferric oxide is combined with a more basic metallic oxide. 2. Metallurgy. the pure iron constituent of ferrous metals, as distinguished from the iron carbides. /ˈfɛraɪt/ noun 1. any of a group of ferromagnetic highly resistive ceramic compounds with the formula […]
noun, Computers. 1. a ferrite magnetic core used in a .