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Reversible coercivity vs. temperature losses in activated cobalt adsorbed iron oxides

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Corradi, A. ; Magnox Incorporated, Pulaski, VA USA ; Dinitto, C. ; Bottoni, G. ; Candolfo, D.
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Most properties of CrO2in magnetic recording media can be matched -and in some cases superseeded- by Surface-Cobalt Modified Iron Oxides. However, while the variation of coercivity with temperature for CrO2is a fully reversible process such variation is partially irreversible for Cobalt Iron Oxides. This relative weakness of Co-iron oxides could become a limiting factor in high density recording systems (such as the IBM 3480 and/or high density microdiskettes). This paper presents experimental evidence on a new Cobalt adsorption system which yealds products whose coercivity losses are fully and completely reversible in the whole range of temperature up to 100°C. In the process of comparing the properties of CrO2vs. Cobalt-Iron Oxides this paper also shows the equivalence of the applicative properties of the two products in terms of output vs. writing current and magnetostrictive effects.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 1 )