Could a Newly Developed Magnetic Material Revolutionize Electronics?

March 4, 2014 by  
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This week at the American Physical Society meeting in Denver, engineers were introduced to a new magnetic material could revolutionize the electronics industry. Professor Ivan Schuller from the University of California, San Diego presented a highly sensitive bilayer of nickel and vanadium oxide that responds to a narrow range of temperatures. When heat is applied, the material’s magnetism can be controlled without using a magnetic field or heat-intensive layers. This is the first known material able to express such properties, and it could become a new resource for computer memory systems . Read the rest of Could a Newly Developed Magnetic Material Revolutionize Electronics? Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: american physical society meeting , colorado , computer hard drive , data storage , Denver , electrical systems , electrical transformers , magnetic material , magnetic resistance , memory device , nickel , professor ivan schuller , univeristy of california san diego , vanadium oxide        

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