ferrite

[n] - a solid solution in which alpha iron is the solvent
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Ferrite

An iron-carbon solid solution, stable up to 910oC, and at 723oC contains a maximum of 0.02wt% carbon. Its structure is body-centred cubic (bcc).
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Ferrite

A solid solution of one or more elements in body-centered cubic iron. Unless otherwise designated (forinstance, as chromium ferrite), the solute is generally assumed to be carbon. On some equilibrium diagrams thereare two ferrite regions separated by an austenite area. The lower area is alpha ferrite; the upper, delta ferrite. Ifthere is no designa...
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ferrite

(1) A solid solution of one or more elements in body-centered cubic iron. Unless otherwise designated (for instance, as chromium ferrite), the solute is generally assumed to be carbon. On some equilibrium diagrams, there are two ferrite regions separated by an austenite area. The lower area is alpha ferrite; the upper, delta ferrite. If there is no...
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ferrite

noun a solid solution in which alpha iron is the solvent
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ferrite

a ceramic-like material with magnetic properties that are useful in many types of electronic devices. Ferrites are hard, brittle, iron-containing, ... [7 related articles]
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ferrite

(1) A solid solution of one or more elements in body-centered cubic iron. Unless otherwise designated (for instance, as chromium ferrite), the solute is generally assumed to be carbon. On some equilibrium diagrams, there are two ferrite regions separated by an austenite area. The lower area is alpha ferrite; the upper, delta ferrite. If there is no...
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ferrite

material composed of oxides containing Fe3+ ions (ferric ions) as the main cationic component and exhibiting either ferrimagnetism or antiferromagnetism NOTE 1 - The term 'ferrite' is often restricted to such materials having the spinel structure. NOTE 2 - In metallurgy and mineralogy, the term 'ferrite...
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ferrite

a material composed of oxides containing ferric ions as the main component and exhibiting either ferrimagnetism or antiferromagnetism NOTE 1 - This term is often restricted to such materials having the spinal structure. NOTE 2 - In metallurgy and mineralogy, the term ferrite has other meanings
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Ferrite

[iron] Ferrite, also known as α-ferrite (α-Fe) or alpha iron, is a materials science term for pure iron, with a body-centered cubic B.C.C crystal structure. It is this crystalline structure which gives steel and cast iron their magnetic properties, and is the classic example of a ferromagnetic material. It has a strength of 280 N/mm2{Cita...
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Ferrite

[magnet] A ferrite is a chemical compound of ceramic materials with iron(III) oxide (Fe2O3) as its main component. Yogoro Kato and Takeshi Takei of the Tokyo Institute of Technology invented ferrite in 1930. ==Composition and properties== Ferrites are usually non-conductive ferrimagnetic ceramic compounds derived from iron oxides such as he...
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Ferrite

A solid solution of one or more elements in the body-center-cubic phase of iron or steel.
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