The kitchen salt can be doubled Hard Disk Capacity

JAKARTA,  vegetables without salt definitely less tasty. If you eat any fruit salad,we like to sprinkle salt to taste its fruit is more steady. But do you know that salt can also make your hard disk to be better?

Believe it or not, but Dr. .. Joel  of the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering(IMRE), a research institute of Singapore's Agency of Science, Technology, and Research(A * STAR), along with support from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and theData Storage Institute (dSI), bringing out a way to increase hard disk capacity of up to six times with the aid of sodium chloride, aka salt. This is not a joke loh.

The team uses "e-beam lithography process with a very high resolution which producesnano-sized structures are very delicate." By adding sodium chloride to a solutiondeveloper that is in the process of lithography, Dr. Who found that he was able to producevery fine nanostructures up to 4.5 nm half pitch. Good again, this method does not requireexpensive equipment upgrades. Existing technology uses granules in the size of about7-8nm are sown on the surface of the storage media.

"We have shown that the bits that can be modeled more closely by reducing the number of processing steps," said Dr.. That.

This breakthrough reveals that by using this new technology, a 1TB drive can, in theory,accommodate up to 6TB of information in a similar capacity. Hmm, when it realized in bulk?
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