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magnetic domain

[mag′ned·ik də′mān]
(solid-state physics)
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But theorists have postulated and argued since the 1950s that this type of material, known as a magnetic insulator, might conduct electrical current along the boundaries between its magnetic domains.
Domain walls (DWs) are the interfaces separating magnetic domains, their high speed manipulation in nanostructures will lead to the next generation of new and low power functional devices for computation and communication.
Increasing magnetic field in matter will cause alignment of magnetic domains (crystallites) and coupling between grains or magnetic particles.
The boundary region between magnetic domains is called a domain wall.
Iron, like other magnetic materials, is made up of areas called magnetic domains.
But what we did is to show that for the first time that we can image magnetic domains with nanometer precision.
When a magnetic field of the appropriate strength has acted on the indicator, the arrangement structure of the indicator's magnetic domains, initially visible in the form of one or three magnetic geometric figures, is disturbed that leads to irreversible blurring of the contours of these figures or to their complete disappearance.
In the case of Fe-Si NO strips, the magnetic domains are barely visible.
With the Saber simulator, Splashpower modeled the analog, digital, and magnetic domains of their system utilizing high-level description languages.
The controlled motion of the walls between magnetic domains is what enables fully magnetic logic operations.
This is due to the alignment of the magnetic domains within the material with the applied magnetic field.
Regions of storage media known as magnetic domains, in which almost all atoms have the same one of two possible spin orientations, serve as the ones and zeros of digital information.