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posted in July 2002

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Nanocontacts could make hard drives go 'ballistic'
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7/9/2002   Post a comment
By applying atomic-dimension "nanocontacts" to magnetic media, an experiment at the State University of New York here has revealed the potential of an effect known as "ballistic magnetoresistance."
Doped ceramic behaves like low-temp superconductor
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7/2/2002   Post a comment
Experiments in doping molecule-thin films of ceramic with the rare-earth element cerium suggest that low-temperature superconducting states can exist at the higher temperatures of the copper-oxide-based superconductors.


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