Magnetic Properties of (Fe, Co)–Pd Nanowire Arrays
Ordered arrays of ferromagnetic nanowires with (Fe, Co)–Pd compositions have been fabricated from chloride based electrochemical baths by means of template-assisted electrodeposition into self-assembled nanopores of anodic alumina membranes. The nanowires have a diameter and inter-spacing distance of 72 nm and 105 nm, respectively, and around 0.6–1.6 μm in length. Their microstructure and basic magnetic properties are reported. Coercivity, remanence and respective angular dependences on the applied field up to ±3 T have been determined from room temperature hysteresis loops measured in a VSM. The study has been performed paying particular attention to the influence of increasing from about 27 up to 63 percent the Pd content in the nanowire alloy.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2012
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