[ oh-von-iks ]
/ oʊˈvɒn ɪks /
noun (used with a singular verb)
a branch of electronics using special glassy materials that quickly become electrical conductors upon application of a certain minimum voltage.
Definition for ovonics (2 of 2)
[ oh-von-ik ]
/ oʊˈvɒn ɪk /
pertaining to ovonics.
a device whose operation is based on the Ovshinsky effect.
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