Researchers' Work from CEA Saclay Focuses on Heavy Metals [Solution Epitaxial Growth of Cobalt Nanowires on Crystalline Substrates for Data Storage Densities beyond 1 Tbit/in(2)]
The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from CEA Saclay, "The nanowires form regular hexagonal arrays on unpatterned metallic films. These hybrid heterostructures present an important perpendicular magnetic anisotropy and pave the way to a high density magnetic recording device, with capacities above 10 Terabits/in(2). This method bypasses the need of assembling and orientating free colloidal nanocrystals on surfaces."
According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "Its generalization to other materials opens new perspectives toward many applications."
For more information on this research see: Solution Epitaxial Growth of Cobalt Nanowires on Crystalline Substrates for Data Storage Densities beyond 1 Tbit/in(2).
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