Realisation of Micro-Patterned Multi-Element Magneto-Impedance Sensors for Non Destructive Testing

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Thin micropatterned Finemet/Cu/Finemet sandwiched films have been realised by RF sputtering. Real and imaginary parts of impedance versus field (respectively R and X) reveal improvement of MI effect due to shape factors (ferromagnetic length/width ratio, copper/ferromagnetic width ratio).


Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: June 1, 2009

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