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August 9th, 2004

Improving Computer Memory, Metal Seals, And Nanodevices

Abstract:
A method that creates smooth and strong interfaces between metals and metal oxides without high-temperature brazing has been patented by researchers at Sandia National Laboratories, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and the University of North Texas. The method can improve magnetic random-access memories, which allow next-generation computers to boot up instantly yet retain their entire memories after power interruptions.

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