A CDE Definition
(Fe2O3) An oxidation of iron used in the coating of magnetic disks and tapes. See ferrous.
Containing or having to do with iron. The difference between ferrous and ferric is the number of valence electrons they contain (ferrous contains two and ferric contains three), which combine with other atoms to form molecules. See ferromagnetic, ferroelectric and ferric oxide.
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