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Magnetic properties of ferromagnetic nanowire arrays: Theory and experiment

Abstract : Magnetic nanowires are good candidates for microwave filters, sensors and data storage applications. An investigation of magnetic properties of single-component nanowires as a function of diameter and aspect ratio is performed in this work. Nickel nanowire (with 15 and 100 nm diameter and 6000 nm length) are grown with electrodeposition in polycarbonates templates. Two reversal modes (coherent and curling) are studied versus nanowire diameter. Magnetostatic interaction among wires and its effect on nanowire magnetic properties is also studied. Using vibrating magnetometer (VSM) and X-band ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) experiments at room temperature we infer that the interaction field Hc value may vary significantly and may cause a change of magnetic easy axis orientation along geometrical wire axis (for large diameter) to an easy magnetic plane perpendicular to the nanowire axis (for small diameter).
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A Ghaddar, Frederic Gloaguen, J Gieraltowski. Magnetic properties of ferromagnetic nanowire arrays: Theory and experiment. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2010, 200 (7), ⟨10.1088/1742-6596/200/7/072032⟩. ⟨hal-01577348⟩



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