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June 7th, 2007

Optical spintronics data storage

Abstract:
Colossal Storage proposes using ferroelectrics because the bit densities can be scaled down to the nanometer while still maintaining non-volatility of the bits using interference, diffraction, reflection, entanglement, electrostatic fields, electromagnetic fields, and spintronics for data detection. In ferroelectric materials, the molecule has physical properties called multiferroic that have an electrostatic field and an EMF field that are 180 degrees out of phase, and rotated 90 degrees from the x-axis.

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