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Researchers Demonstrate Cheaper Way to Produce NFO Thin Films


September 24, 2012

engineering graphic Researchers from North Carolina State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology have demonstrated a less-expensive way to create textured nickel ferrite (NFO) ceramic thin films, which can easily be scaled up to address manufacturing needs. NFO is a magnetic material that holds promise for microwave technologies and next-generation memory devices. Full Story

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