Monday, September 04, 2006

Science and Technology, Magnetic Monet

Magnetic Monet, Image credit: Courtesy National Institute of Standards and TechnologyMagnetic Monet. This graphic shows the magnetic "domains" within thin-film rings of a new advanced material for making non-volatile logic devices.
Changes in color indicate changes in the direction of the magnetization of the material.

Housed in an AML metrology wing 12 meters (40 feet) underground, the NIST-developed instrument that recorded this data is the highest resolution magnetic imaging instrument in the United States. Image credit: Courtesy National Institute of Standards and Technology

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