NewsTiny electrical vortexes bridge gap between ferroelectric
and ferromagnetic materials

9th February 2022by admin0
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Ferromagnetic materials have a self-generating
magnetic field, ferroelectric materials generate their own
electrical field. Although electric and magnetic fields are
related, physics tells us that they are very different classes of
material. Now the discovery by University of Warwick-led scientists
of a complex electrical ‘vortex’-like pattern that mirrors its
magnetic counterpart suggests that they could actually be two sides
of the same coin.

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