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Sci Tech    H4'ed 7/6/19

First observation of native ferroelectric metal

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Ferroelectricity can be considered an analogy to ferromagnetism. A ferromagnetic material displays permanent magnetism, and in layperson's terms, is simply, a 'magnet' with north and south pole. Ferroelectric material likewise displays an analogous electrical property called a permanent electric polarisation, which originates from electric dipoles consisting of equal, but oppositely charged ends or poles. In ferroelectric materials, these electric dipoles exist at the unit cell level and give rise to a non-vanishing permanent electric dipole moment.

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When I first started to read this fascinating article, I began to laugh, unschooled as I am in physics, at its incomprehensibility, then I decided to post it as a bit of a joke, even though in this age of the hunt for all kinds of speed and miniaturization in virtually every format it's obviously promising, and I'm sure it's a breeze for many of you...but the funnest part was seeing what the publishing site would do when providing links, as in 'none'. I'm still chuckling. Enjoy!

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