2 article(s) from Costas, Andreea
(a, c, d) SEM images (at different magnifications) of a Ni–Cu alloy nanowire grown electrochemicall...
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Magnetoresistance measurements obtained on the four single Ni–Cu alloy nanowires analyzed (correspo...
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The perpendicular magnetoresistance as a function of the induction of the magnetic field (left colu...
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Hysteresis loops showing the average magnetic moment of Ni atoms as a function of the applied magne...
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Magnetization reversal in almost perpendicular geometry at two different values of saturation magne...
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Magnetization reversal in almost perpendicular geometry in Ni–Cu alloy nanowires with diameters of ...
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Saturation field strength as a function of the spontaneous magnetization obtained by micromagnetic ...
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(a) Ni–Cu alloy nanowires placed on SiO2/Si substrates between the interdigitated metallic electrod...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 2345–2355, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.219
SEM micrographs of CdTe nanowires deposited at (a) −400 mV; (b) −500 mV; (c) −550 mV; (d) −600 mV; ...
(a) EDX spectra for a series of samples prepared at different electrode potentials; (b) Cd content ...
(a) Spectral reflectance curve and (b) Kubelka–Munk representation for band gap determination of Cd...
(a) The system of electrodes produced by lithography for contacting the nanowire; (b) an image of a...
(a) Current–voltage characteristics for a CdTe nanowire contacted by FIBIM; (b) Current–voltage cha...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2015, 6, 444–450, doi:10.3762/bjnano.6.45
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