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ferroelectricity

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  • noun physics The electric polarization of a substance (spontaneous presence of a dipole moment) that is analagous to ferromagnetism

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  • The property in question is ferroelectricity, which is found in substances that have a spontaneous polarization that can be switched by applying an electric field.

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  • International conference on ferroelectricity, the first conference of such kind which I managed to attend (about it see above and book II, article 5).

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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  • (Ferromagnetism means a material possesses magnetic poles, while ferroelectricity refers to a material that possesses positive and negative electrical charges that can be reversed when an external electrical field is applied.) "Normally, these two properties are mutually exclusive," Dalal said.

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