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The Invention of Ferrite Disc Magnets
It was the 1930s when Dr’s. Yogoro Kato and Takeshi Takei invented the ferrite disc magnets. Also known as ceramic magnets. They were first synthesized by the use of a type of ceramic compound composed of iron(III) and oxide (Fe2O3). Further, combining it chemically with other additional metallic elements. They then patented the Ferrite compound and started to sell commercially via TDK. Today the TDK Corporation is best-known as one of the world’s leading makers of recording media and systems, including high-quality audio and videotape, CD-R and CD-RW discs and drives, mini discs, and re-writable DVD discs.
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