Ferroelectric meaning

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Of or relating to a crystalline dielectric that can be given a permanent electric polarization by application of an electric field.
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A ferroelectric substance.
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Of or relating to a crystalline dielectric substance, as Rochelle salt, that is capable of retaining the electric polarization of an applied electric field: used in making transducers, capacitors, etc.
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A ferroelectric substance.
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Relating to a typically crystalline dielectric that can be given a permanent electric polarization by application of an electric field.
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A ferroelectric substance.
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A material that functions similarly to a ferromagnetic material in that it can be polarized into two states. Ferroelectric devices generally do not have any "ferrous" (iron) in them. See F-RAM and ferroelectric capacitor.
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(physics) Of, or relating to the permanent electrical polarization of a crystalline dielectric in an electric field.
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A ferroelectric material.
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