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Magnetic resonance and dielectric spectroscopy of novel "smart" materials

Magnetic resonance and dielectric spectroscopy of novel "smart" materials

This video was recorded at PRO(MO)GRAM - predstavitveni filmi raziskovalnih programov / promotional videos of research programs. The research program is conducted by the research group for nuclear magnetic resonance and dielectric spectroscopy of the Condensed Matter Physics Department at the Jožef Stefan Institute, under the leadership of prof. dr. Janez Dolinšek. Smart materials possess superior structural, physical, chemical and mechanical properties that are not present in conventional materials. An example is a combination of an electrical conductor with a thermal insulator and a combination of hardness, elasticity and anomalously low friction coefficient. Some smart materials exhibit thermal memory phenomenon, enabling thermal inscription of a byte of digital information by pure... Show More
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