Magnetic Materials, Structures and Processing for Information Storage: Volume 614

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The exponential growth in information technologies has resulted in an explosion in the need for data storage with increased speed and reliability. These requirements have caused rapid development of complex magnetic materials and structures. The rate of technology development has led to a situation where the performance envelope of new materials is not fully known until the materials are fabricated into devices. In response to this, the focus of this book, first published in 2001, is not only on magnetic ...
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Overview

The exponential growth in information technologies has resulted in an explosion in the need for data storage with increased speed and reliability. These requirements have caused rapid development of complex magnetic materials and structures. The rate of technology development has led to a situation where the performance envelope of new materials is not fully known until the materials are fabricated into devices. In response to this, the focus of this book, first published in 2001, is not only on magnetic materials, but also on techniques and technology associated with device fabrication. The work presented in this book effectively spans the range of the myriad of information storage research from concept to product. Topics include: patterned magnetic recording media; characterization of magnetic thin films and structures; magnetic tunnel junctions and spin-dependent transport; GMR and spin valves; media/GMR/CMR; writer materials and characteristics; and magnetic structure processing techniques.
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The huge growth in information technologies has brought with it a need for data storage with increased speed and reliability. This has caused rapid development of complex magnetic materials and structures. The focus of the 22 papers here, the proceedings of the society's April 2000 meeting in San Francisco, focus both on magnetic materials and also on techniques and technology associated with device fabrication. The volume includes sections on magnetic media, thin film/structure characterization, magnetic tunnel junctions, giant magnetoresistance, processing techniques, and spin valves. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558995222
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 5/1/2001
  • Series: MRS Proceedings Series
  • Pages: 177
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
On Extreme Density of Data Storage in Patterned Magnetic Media
Superparamagnetic Behavior of Granular Co-C Films Consisting of Nanocrystalline Cobalt Encapsulated in Carbon
TEM to Support Magnetic Media Development in YR2000
Grain Size Relationships Between the Magnetic Layer and the Underlayers in CoCrPtTa Recording Media
Chemical Ordering and Microstructure of FePd Thin Films With Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy
X-ray Probes of Magnetic Multilayer Structure
Structural Characterization of Epitaxial GMR Magnetic Multilayers and Spin Valves Grown by Sputter Deposition
Residual Stresses and Magnetoelastic Coupling in Ultrathin Fe Films Deposited on GaAs(001)
Spin-Dependent Electron Transport in Ferromagnet/Semiconductor Schottky Barrier Structures
First Principles Based Solution to the Boltzmann Transport Equation for Co/Cu/Co Spin Valves
Manufacturability of GMR Heads: 10Gb/in[superscript 2] and Beyond
Changes in Stress and Microstructure in PtMn/CoFe Bilayers During Annealing
Large Anisotropy Via Oblique Sputtering of Ta Underlayers
Structure and Magnetic Properties of Nd-Co-Fe-Si-C Intermetallics
Magnetic Behavior and Structure of Electrodeposited, Mechanically Hard Fe-C and Fe-Ni-C Alloys
Magnetoresistive Properties of 1st AFM Co/Cu Multilayers Sputtered in an Ar+O[subscript 2] Atmosphere
ESR Investigations on Ca Perovskite
Magnetotransport and Magnetic Properties of La[subscript 0.7]MnO[subscript 3-[delta]] and Pr[subscript 0.65]Ba[subscript 0.3]MnO[subscript 3-[delta]] Superlattices
Microstructures and Soft Magnetic Properties of High Saturation Magnetization Fe-Co-N Alloy Thin Films
Dry Etching of MRAM Structures
Smoothing Thin Films With Gas-Cluster Ion Beams
Selective Area Chemical Vapor Deposition of Chromium Oxides
Author Index
Subject Index
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