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10 TB in a 1 cm space: Will chlorine atoms redefine storage?

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10 TB in a 1 cm space: Will chlorine atoms redefine storage?

A team of Netherlands physicists recently created a rewritable storage device that uses chlorine atoms to store data. But, will it ever make it into the real world?

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