Sunday, April 16, 2017

Computer models help form new magnetic materials

Paste your parsed code here.
Paste your parsed code here.

This kind of modelling could help shave years off of the time needed to create a magnetic material, and that in turn could lead to discoveries that just weren’t realistic before. One of the materials resulting from the Duke effort, a blend of cobalt, magnesium and titanium, is magnetic even at extremely high temperatures — it could take much more abuse before it stops working. The other, a mix of manganese, palladium and platinum, is unusual in that it doesn’t have its own magnetic moment but does respond to outside magnetic fields. Instead of scrounging to find any kind of magnetism, scientists could focus on developing magnets for specific purposes.

Paste your parsed code here.
Paste your parsed code here.

0 comments:

Post a Comment

infolinks

google analytics

Contact Form

Name

Email *

Message *

Last Hour Hits

Copyright © Tech Visions