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NC State Research Points the Way to More Energy-Efficient Devices
3/18/2014

The corduroy pattern on the surface of NFO thin films, which allowed researchers to reduce the coercivity of the NFO by as much as 80%. (Image courtesy of North Carolina State University)
The corduroy pattern on the surface of NFO thin films, which allowed researchers to reduce the coercivity of the NFO by as much as 80%.
(Image courtesy of North Carolina State University)

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Low Power Wireless?
DrFPGA   3/18/2014 3:25:20 PM
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