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The demand for high-density memory in tandem with limitations imposed by the minimum feature size of current storage devices has created a need for new materials that can store information in smaller volumes than currently possible. Successfully employed in commercial optical data storage products, phase-change materials, that can reversibly and rapidly(More)
In this paper, a chemically sensitive local characterization technique is used to characterize fullerene peapods containing two metal atoms within each fullerene. By combining bright-field imaging, high-angle annular dark-field imaging, and electron energy loss spectroscopy in a scanning transmission electron microscope, unambiguous identification of the(More)
We present a study on the magnetization reversal in Co/Pt multilayer films with an out-of-plane easy axis of magnetization deposited onto substrates with densely distributed perforations with an average period as small as 34 nm. Deposition of magnetic Co/Pt multilayers onto the nanoperforated surface results in an array of magnetic nanodots surrounded by a(More)
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