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Tuning the Response of Magnetic Suspensions

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Author(s)

M. Chen, L Sun, John E. Bonevich, Daniel H. Reich, C L. Chien, P C. Searson

Abstract

The magnetic properties of multilayer ferromagnetic/nonmagnetic (FM/NM) nanowires can be tailored by controlling the composition and length of the FM and NM segments. Manipulation of properties such as the magnetic easy axis, Curie temperature (TC), coercivity (HC), and remanent magnetization (MR) allows control of nanowires in suspension.
Citation
Applied Physics Letters
Volume
82
Issue
No. 19

Keywords

electrochemical, electrodeposition, nanometer, nanowires

Citation

Chen, M. , Sun, L. , Bonevich, J. , Reich, D. , Chien, C. and Searson, P. (2003), Tuning the Response of Magnetic Suspensions, Applied Physics Letters (Accessed May 28, 2024)

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Created April 30, 2003, Updated October 12, 2021