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Publication Citation: Fabrication and Domain Imaging of Iron Magnetic Nanowire Arrays

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Author(s): D Tulchinsky; Michael H. Kelley; Jabez J. McClelland; R Gupta; Robert Celotta;
Title: Fabrication and Domain Imaging of Iron Magnetic Nanowire Arrays
Published: May 01, 1998
Abstract: Arrays of magnetic nanowires are fabricated by using a corrugated surface, produced by chromium atoms laser-focused in a one-dimensional standing wave, as a shadow mask for an iron evaporator. The deposited iron forms a periodic array consisting of thousands of 20-40nm high ferromagnetic lines with width of ~ 100nm, spaced every 213nm, and having aspect ratios of 1:1500. Images of the magnetic domain structures of these nanowires are obtained by scanning electron microscopy with polarization analysis (SEMPA). Elongated domains ~100nm wide and ~ 16 υm long are observed.
Citation: Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A
Volume: 16
Issue: 3
Pages: pp. 1817 - 1819
Keywords: magnetic nanowires
Research Areas: Nanomagnetics
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