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  • n. Plural form of ferroelectric.

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  • Integrating ferroelectrics with silicon-based circuits like those in modern electronics would enable instant-on capability, and it could also provide higher speed and lower power consumption overall, making the ferroelectric circuits an attractive alternative to flash and other memory technologies.

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  • This is "typical of ferroelectrics", says Horiuchi, and a

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  • Hi, I am a masters student currently at Rutgers U. studying micromechanics and ferroelectrics under Dr. G.J. Weng.

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  • The 245 peer-reviewed paper cover all of the major topics; such as, dielectrics, piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, semiconductors, magnetic ceramics, thin films, batteries and cells, memory devices and optical devices.

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  • Recent advances in synthesis and fabrication of micro - and nanoscale ferroelectrics brought to life new physical phenomena and devices that need to be studied and understood at this scale.

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  • In this sense, ferroelectrics are similar to magnetic materials since surface energy cannot be neglected in small volumes and long-range dipole interaction is significantly modified in reduced geometries ...

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  • As structure dimensions are getting smaller, ferroelectrics exhibit a pronounced size effect manifesting itself in a significant deviation of the properties of low-dimensional structures from their bulk analogs.

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  • Alexie Kolpak, a physicist doing postdoctoral work at Yale, says that one of the uses of ferroelectrics that is visible on the near horizon is vastly reducing the energy consumed by computers.

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  • The ferroelectrics field might never catch the imagination of the general public in the manner of robots or Lady Gaga, but soon enough, ferroelectrics - or more likely, what ferroelectrics are capable of doing - could earn a measure of widespread appreciation.

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  • ASPEN - For more than 100 years, physicists have taken an interest in ferroelectrics - substances that, unlike most materials, demonstrate an electric polarization even in the absence of an external electric field.

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