1 article(s) from Lebecki, Kristof M
Preparation process of magnetic antidot arrays. After self-assembly of a monolayer monodisperse PS ...
Jump to Figure 1
SEM image of Fe antidot array with a period a = 200 nm, an antidot diameter d = 125 nm and a thickn...
Jump to Figure 2
Exemplary set of minor loops for 61 reversal fields Hr with ΔHr = 2 Oe from which the FORC density ...
Jump to Figure 3
Field profile adapted to minor loop measurements with MOKE. Part 3 and 4 (green and red) are used f...
Jump to Figure 4
(a) In-plane hysteresis loops of 20 nm thick Fe antidot arrays with constant period of a = 200 nm a...
Jump to Figure 5
Domain pattern of hexagonal Fe antidot arrays with lattice parameter a = 200 nm and hole diameter d...
Jump to Figure 6
(a) Schematics of the sample geometry for AMR measurements. The red and blue arrows indicate the di...
Jump to Figure 7
Measured AMR curves (a) for the current direction along nearest neighbours (nn) and (b) next neares...
Jump to Figure 8
Micromagnetic simulation of hysteresis curves corresponding to the AMR measurements. Hysteresis of ...
Jump to Figure 9
(a) Longitudinal and (b) polar Kerr hysteresis loops with an in-plane magnetic field applied along ...
Jump to Figure 10
Fe L3 edge XMCD contrast of X-ray micrographs under normal incidence of a hexagonal antidot lattice...
Jump to Figure 11
Major hysteresis loops and FORC diagrams of two hexagonal antidot lattices in out-of-plane magnetiz...
Jump to Figure 12
Left image: XMCD image of a 43 nm thin FeGd film with antidot diameter of 165 nm and centre-to-cent...
Jump to Figure 13
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2016, 7, 733–750, doi:10.3762/bjnano.7.65
Subscribe to our Latest Articles RSS Feed.
Register and get informed about new articles.
Follow the Beilstein-Institut