Understanding Magnetic “Exchange Pinning” (IRG-3) Supported by UMN MRSEC DMR 0212302. Magnetic storage of digital data is now possible at densities approaching 1 Terabit per square inch at a cost of only about a tenth of a cent per Megabit.
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Spatial map of the distribution of magnetization directions in a 6.4 x 6.4 µm NiMn / NiFe sample according to a micromagnetic simulation.
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Timothy P. Lodge, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, DMR 0212302