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Your future HDD may be radioactive with 1000 TB capacity
posted May 4 2011 19:26.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis

How about this! One of Periodic Table Video's team, made a significant breakthrough involving an uranium compound which acts as a single molecular magnet. This new rather complicated compound has two atoms of uranium in it, and has a very dark blue color. It is able to maintain a magnetic field under a specific temperature. Due to its tiny little size, if it is used for a computer HDD, it will radically increase the amount of data that can be stored in it. Watch the following video.

[Link: Periodic Table Video]
Tags: chemistry   inventions   hdd   new materials   magnetism   science   pc related   theory/tutorial   futuristic   discovery   

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