Definition of ferroelectricity in English:

ferroelectricity

Pronunciation /ˌferō-iˌlekˈtrisəte/

noun

Physics

See ferroelectric

‘Now researchers in the US have built pillar structures at the nanometre scale that combine two markedly different functions: magnetism and ferroelectricity.’
  • ‘One of the materials he studied was a ‘tartrate of soda and potash’ - Rochelle salt - the same material in which Joseph Valasek discovered ferroelectricity almost exactly a century later.’
  • ‘Takeuchi believes the research opens the door on materials with other combinations of useful properties, such as ferromagnetism, ferroelectricity, and shape memory effect.’