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Customising an electronic material

On Sep 22, 2020
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RT @psich_en: Antiferromagnets are promising candidates for future data storage. #PSICH scientists have investigated one of these materials in more detail and showed how to systematically manipulate its crystalline structure. https://t.co/USHMunIEAT
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PSI scientists have investigated a material that could be suitable for future data storage applications. They have manipulated the crystalline structure of their sample while measuring how this affects the material’s magnetic and electronic properties.

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On Sep 22, 2020
@swissnexChina shared
RT @psich_en: Antiferromagnets are promising candidates for future data storage. #PSICH scientists have investigated one of these materials in more detail and showed how to systematically manipulate its crystalline structure. https://t.co/USHMunIEAT
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Customising an electronic material

Customising an electronic material

PSI scientists have investigated a material that could be suitable for future data storage applications. They have manipulated the crystalline structure of their sample while measuring how ...

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