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IBM moves closer to single atom memory and single molecule switches
A group of scientists from IBM has taken another step towards memory devices in which a single atom will be used to store one bit of information, and processors in which the role of transistors will be taken by individual molecules. In their work, scientists used a tunneling microscope with low-temperature scanning (Scanning Tunneling Microscope, STM), which allows you to manipulate individual atoms of matter.
The first breakthrough is to be able to measure a property called magnetic anisotropy at the level of a single atom. This fundamental achievement has far-reaching implications for technology, as it points to the possibility of using the atom as a memory cell. Until that moment, no one had succeeded in determining the magnetic anisotropy of an individual atom.
When the development comes to practical use, it will lead to a radical increase in the density of information storage. The company gives an example – 30,000 films or all of YouTube content (millions of videos) can fit into a device the size of an iPod. Although we are not talking about the commercial implementation of “atomic memory” yet, the achievement of IBM has another, perhaps more important side. The breakthrough could lead to the creation of new types of structures and devices that will be so small that they will open up ways of applying the technology in completely new fields, beyond the applicability of traditional computers and electronics.
The second achievement of researchers from IBM also relates to the field of nanotechnology and may lead to a significant leap in the microminiaturization of electronics. The company announced the creation of the world’s first logical key consisting of one molecule. The key can function without violating the integrity of the external structure of the molecule. It is argued that this is a significant step towards creating elements of computing that will be much more compact, faster, colder and more economical than existing ones.
It is interesting that, as is often the case, the discovery was facilitated by the case. The researchers analyzed another property of the naphthalocyanine molecule – molecular vibrations – when they noticed the switching effect and shifted the focus to it, which ultimately led to the breakthrough.
The relevance of IBM’s achievements is due to the fact that the traditional technology for the production of semiconductor devices, which manipulates layers of matter, has approached the physical limit of its capabilities.