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April 27th, 2004

Layered material holds more data

Abstract:
The material consists of a lattice of onionlike spheres in which the particle core and its layers each contain a different dye. The material can hold four or more pieces of information in one spot - not just two as in binary optical data storage. And it opens a door to high-density three-dimensional optical data storage.

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