© CNRS AV - 1981

Magnetic bubbles in implanted garnets

Reference

82

Duration

00:13:00

Production year

1981

Versions

Original material

SD
4/3
Color
Sound

Summary

By bombarding a garnet with ions, one can create cylindrical magnetic fields known as bubbles. The movements of the bubbles can be controlled by acting on the magnetic field, and in this way bubble memories and circuits can be constructed.

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