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Double sided disk having 1.2 Petabytes of storage can be produced by separating the ferroelectric molecular coating layer by a plastic, metal, glass, or ceramic substrate

Breakthrough 1.2 Petabyte Spintronics 3.5 Disk Drive

Posted on February 13, 2006

The technology concept is to use Polarized UV photons having resonant frequencies of the ferroelectric molecule along with Nano/Microwave Electric Fields to control electron movement, electron spin, electron electric field polarity, and electron electro magnetic fields for optical display imagery and data storage applications.

Colossal Storage Corp.
The molecule switches at Nanosecond Speeds and has been slowed down considerably to allow the viewer a chance to see the molecule in action.

Normally the molecule can switch at < 160 picoseconds while maintaining ferroelectric bistable properties at a 5 nanometer cell size.

This is a very basic schematic showing the Theory of the World's First and Only Concept Created by Michael E. Thomas' of a Non-Contact UV/Deep Blue Laser Photon Induced Electric Field Poling of the Ferroelectric Molecule.

The UV laser diodes and electric field transducers of the Integrated Read/Write Head can be used in any combination to control the molecules. A Floating Gate Mosfet is used to read the electro static field data.

Electrons have electro magnetic properties whose electron movement is called electric current that can be measured by the abundance of or lack of electrons in the ferroelectric nucleus called voltage or static charge.

Ferroelectric spintronics is the new method of using electric fields and photons to alter properties of ferroelectrics molecules for data manipulation by changing the internal geometry of ferroelectric atoms.

For example, when charge carriers like electrons are accelerated (as opposed to moving at constant velocity), a fluctuating magnetic field is produced. This generates a fluctuating electric field, known as a space charge field, which in turn produces another varying magnetic field. Generating a perfect spin current by an electric field and UV photons in a high-k dipole dielectric material like a ferroelectrics molecule could then be made reversible, have non-dissipative of power, and not suffer from leakage current lost over time.

Colossal Storage Corp.

Thomas believes that intraband / outerband resonant absorption by circularly polarized UV photons leads to spin polarization of electrons. Then it is possible to say an "Atomic Quantum Switch" carries electro-static field, electro-magnetic field, and spin orientation that can be made to represent non-volatile 0's and 1's.

Double sided disk having 1.2 Petabytes of storage can be produced by separating the ferroelectric molecular coating layer by a plastic, metal, glass, or ceramic substrate.

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fedrive@pacbell.net

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