Without the research effort made by Stuart Parkin, it would not be possible to make iPods and other music-playing devices with hard disks. It was Parkin who, in 1991, discovered that the thickness of the non-magnetic layer between the magnetic layers in a hard disk creates large fluctuations between so-called parallel and antiparallel magnetization.
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