[fer-oh-i-lek-trik] /ˌfɛr oʊ ɪˈlɛk trɪk/ Physics.
pertaining to a substance that possesses spontaneous electric polarization such that the polarization can be reversed by an electric field.
a ferroelectric substance.
(of a substance) exhibiting spontaneous polarization that can be reversed by the application of a suitable electric field
of or relating to ferroelectric substances
a ferroelectric substance
- Ferroelectric ram
Ferroelectric Random Access Memory
- Ferroelectric random access memory
storage (FRAM) A type of non-volatile read/write random access semiconductor memory. FRAM combines the advantages of SRAM – writing is roughly as fast as reading, and EPROM – non-volatility and in-circuit programmability. Current (Feb 1997) disadvantages are high cost and low density, but that may change in the future. Density is currently at most 32KB […]
ferrokinetics fer·ro·ki·net·ics (fěr’ō-kə-nět’ĭks, -kī-) n. The study of iron metabolism using radioactive iron.
[Spanish fer-rawl] /Spanish fɛrˈrɔl/ noun 1. . [el fer-rawl] /ɛl fɛrˈrɔl/ noun 1. a seaport in NW Spain: naval arsenal and dockyard. /Spanish fɛˈrrɔl/ noun 1. See El Ferrol /Spanish ɛl fɛˈrrɔl/ noun 1. a port in NW Spain, on the Atlantic: fortified naval base, with a deep natural harbour. Pop: 78 764 (2003 est) […]