Magnetic properties of Ni/NiO nanowires deposited onto CNT/Pt nanocomposites. Salgueiriño-Maceira, V., Correa-Duarte, M. A., Banobre-Lopez, M, Grzelczak, M., Farle, M., Liz-Marzán, L. M., & Rivas, J Advanced Functional Materials, 18(4):616–621, 2008. 00053
Magnetic properties of Ni/NiO nanowires deposited onto CNT/Pt nanocomposites [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
Several nanometer-scale technological applications rely on the promising scenario of highly anisotropic magnetic materials. Bearing this in mind, we have studied the structure, magnetic properties, and interfacial exchange anisotropy effects of unique wires of Ni/NiO synthesized using carbon nanotubes as substrates. Structural analyses of these nanocomposites in correlation with magnetic measurements show that the crystalline NiO outer shells cause an enhanced exchange bias, providing an extra source of anisotropy that leads to their magnetization stability. These Ni/NiO nanowires, with a spin-glass-like behavior and with their magnetic moments in a blocked state over a wide temperature range that includes room temperature, should therefore inspire further study concerning the applicability of anisotropic structures.
@article{salgueirino-maceira_magnetic_2008,
	title = {Magnetic properties of {Ni}/{NiO} nanowires deposited onto {CNT}/{Pt} nanocomposites},
	volume = {18},
	copyright = {1},
	issn = {1616-301X},
	url = {https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.200700846},
	doi = {10.1002/adfm.200700846},
	abstract = {Several nanometer-scale technological applications rely on the promising scenario of highly anisotropic magnetic materials. Bearing this in mind, we have studied the structure, magnetic properties, and interfacial exchange anisotropy effects of unique wires of Ni/NiO synthesized using carbon nanotubes as substrates. Structural analyses of these nanocomposites in correlation with magnetic measurements show that the crystalline NiO outer shells cause an enhanced exchange bias, providing an extra source of anisotropy that leads to their magnetization stability. These Ni/NiO nanowires, with a spin-glass-like behavior and with their magnetic moments in a blocked state over a wide temperature range that includes room temperature, should therefore inspire further study concerning the applicability of anisotropic structures.},
	number = {4},
	urldate = {2009-07-13},
	journal = {Advanced Functional Materials},
	author = {Salgueiriño-Maceira, Verónica and Correa-Duarte, Miguel A. and Banobre-Lopez, M and Grzelczak, Marek and Farle, Michael and Liz-Marzán, Luis M. and Rivas, J},
	year = {2008},
	note = {00053},
	keywords = {UVigo},
	pages = {616--621},
}

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