For those of us who particularly are interested in science and its advancement will like this post. A scientist in the University of Nottingham has been able to produce a molecule size magnet capable of being used to store information with computer devices. He calls it the “the single-molecule magnet or SMM for short.
The principle is basically that of linking more than one uranium atoms using a bridge built from toluene molecule also called methylbenzene. This means according to the inventor that spent uranium will have a ready use in the ICT industry.
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PICTURE OF THE SMM