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August 16th, 2004
Paper explains ferroelectrics memory losses
While the memory inside electronic devices may often be more reliable than that of humans, it, too, can worsen over time. Now a team of scientists from UW-Madison and Argonne National Laboratory may understand why. The results were published in a recent edition of the journal Nature Materials.
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