In message <2a6c14a0-823a-4177-aefd-bed8bcea8...@n1k.org>, Bob kb8tq writes:
>It turns out that the nickel’s really awful magnetic properties at RF [...]
The semiconductor industry has serious problems with electromigration of
very tiny copper conductors.
A large company in the business spent an awful lot of money failing
to get Cobalt to work, before somebody said "But wait, isn't that
one of the magnetic elements ?"
It now seems to become Wolfram instead.
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