What is this New Magnetic Material or Magnetic Electricity?
Prof Schuller presented his groundbreaking finding at the American Physical Society meeting conducted in Denver. It is a magnetic sensitive material, which can alter the use of hard disks and storage devices.
He has created a metal bilayer, using thin layers of nickel with vanadium oxide and the resulting structure is sensitive to heat. This means, only minor changes in temperature is needed to alter the magnetism of the drives and ferrite magnets. This finding could be very useful in electronic engineering and Halbach array.
According to Prof Schuller, there’s nothing close to the material found and it can be engineered. He further states that magnetism can be controlled using this, without real application of a magnetic field. He states it could be possible to control current or voltage, with it.
He further adds, when at a minimal temperature, it functions as an insulator and at the higher temperature, it turns into a metal. In the interim, it is a unique and different material. Unlike other major systems that require ample heat using lasers, his finding uses very less heat and that’s great.
Though he agrees it is an incredible finding, he does not limit the uses for it. He says, for now, it is difficult to comment on the possible uses but believes it can help come up with innovative technologies and unexpected uses.
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