(US: “tunneling”) The quantum mechanical effect exploited in EAPROM and Flash Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory. It differs from Frenkel-Pool Tunnelling in that it does not rely on defects in the semiconductor.
/faʊlz/ noun 1. John (Martin). 1926–2005, British novelist. His books include The Collector (1963), The Magus (1966), The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1969), and The Tree (1991)
[foo-lyahng, foh-] /ˈfuˈlyɑŋ, ˈfoʊ-/ noun 1. Older Spelling. former name of . /ˈfuːˈljæŋ/ noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Jingdezhen
[fou-ling] /ˈfaʊ lɪŋ/ noun 1. the practice or sport of shooting or snaring birds. [foul] /faʊl/ noun, plural fowls (especially collectively) fowl. 1. the domestic or barnyard hen or rooster; chicken. Compare . 2. any of several other, usually gallinaceous, birds that are barnyard, domesticated, or wild, as the duck, turkey, or pheasant. 3. (in […]
noun 1. a shotgun for shooting wildfowl.
- Fowl mite
noun 1. any of various mites parasitic in birds, usually bloodsucking and including the red fowl mite (Dermanyssus gallinae) and the northern fowl mite (Ornithonyssus sylviarum), both pests of poultry