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Scientists Finally Discovered a New “Magical” Magnet

Discovery of the ‘Magical’ Magnet, Previously Believed to be Impossible – Scientific Research

Scientists have finally proven the existence of a new type of magnet, which was previously believed to be impossible. The team that discovered this magnet suggests that it could be used to create more efficient electronic devices. This new state of magnetism is called “alter magnetism.”

In the fridge magnets found in kitchens, after ferromagnets and antiferromagnets, alter magnetism forms the third branch of magnetism. Ferromagnets and antiferromagnets were first identified in the 1930s by French physicist Louis Néel.

Scientists Discovered a New Magical Magnet

Experimental proof of alter magnetism was achieved through the collaboration of scientists from the Swiss Light Source (SLS) (a machine that produces intense light) at the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland.

The Institute of Physics at the Czech Academy of Sciences and the University of Mainz in Germany first proposed the theory of alter magnetism in 2019. This type of magnetism could actually exist in existing materials.

Professor Tomáš Jungwirth, who leads the research at the Institute of Physics at the Czech Academy of Sciences, says, “This is the magic of alter magnetism.”

“What was once thought impossible, to the point where fresh theories were put forward suggesting it was indeed possible, is now not something that is only found in a few types of hidden materials. It is found in many crystals that are just lying around in people’s drawers. Now that we have brought it to light, many people around the world will be able to work on it. This will make it possible to achieve far-reaching effects.

The latest research suggests that the preparation of the newest computers and electrical equipment, including the smoothing of paths, could greatly improve our understanding of dirty substances. This discovery could prove to be revolutionary in the field of spintronics.

Spintronics has the potential to revolutionize computing because it utilizes the spin of electrons, which carry charge in electronics, and also takes advantage of the spinning state of electrons to provide information.

A research article titled “Ultra-Magnetic Lifting of Kramer’s Spin-Deionized Races,” published in the scientific journal Nature on February 14, details this research.

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