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Moreland; John M.
Louisville, CO
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5375087 Tunneling-stabilized magnetic reading and recording December 20, 1994
This invention relates principally to methods and apparatus for recording data on and reading data from a magnetizable medium using a scanning tunneling technique. Conventional rigid probes used in scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and the like are replaced by a compliant magnetic prob
5249866 Thermal properties measurement using a superconductor sensor October 5, 1993
A method for thermal environment sensing utilizing superconducting materi finds utility in the production of low power cryogenic flow meters, bolometers, level detectors and other types of thermal environment sensors. A device for determining the first and second derivatives (dV/dI
5103682 Ultra-sensitive force detector employing servo-stabilized tunneling junction April 14, 1992
A highly sensitive force detector using a tunneling junction as a strain gauge is disclosed. The tunneling junction is connected to a deflection member which receives the force to be measured. The junction is connected in a nulling circuit to a magnetic flux motor which generates a resto

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