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Recent advances in technology involving magnetic materials require development of novel advanced magnetic materials with improved magnetic and magneto-transport properties and with reduced dimensionality. Therefore magnetic materials with outstanding magnetic characteristics and reduced dimensionality have recently gained much attention. Among these(More)
We studied the effect of magnetoelastic anisotropy on domain wall (DW) dynamics and remagnetization process of magnetically bistable Fe-Co-rich microwires with metallic nucleus diameters (from 1.4 to 22 μm). We manipulated the magnetoelastic anisotropy applying the tensile stresses and changing the magnetostriction constant and strength of the internal(More)
The giant magneto-impedance (GMI) effect has been studied in 3 different families of amorphous wires: conventional amorphous wires (125 μm in diameter), cold drawn wires (50 and 20 μm in diameter) and thin glass coated amorphous microwires (with metallic nucleus diameter of about 15 μm). These wires have been investigated in the frequency range 1 – 500 MHz.(More)
We present a concept and prototype of a memory element based on current driven magneto-impedance (MI) effect that stores the binary data (0, 1) as the orientation of the magnetization. The magnetization orientation in the surface layer with tilted anisotropy easy axis can be switched controllably between two stable states by applying current pulses of the(More)
The heating properties of Fe71.7Si11B13.4Nb3Ni0.9 amorphous glass-coated microwires are explored for prospective applications in magnetic hyperthermia. We show that a single 5 mm long wire is able to produce a sufficient amount of heat, with the specific loss power (SLP) reaching a value as high as 521 W/g for an AC field of 700 Oe and a frequency of 310(More)
Beam test results for MSGC's with thick metal strips. Abstract Micro Strip Gas Counters with robust gold strips have been developed at IMEC, the Interuniversity Microelectronics Center at Leuven, in Belgium. The electroless plating technology was used, allowing to achieve a strip thickness of up to 1.6 m on 10x10 cm 2 substrates. Results on signal to noise(More)
Studies on the action of L- and D-isomers of amino acids upon motor activity in the clawed toad revealed that most effective among them are basic amino acids (all of them being essential) and hydrophobic amino acids (mainly essential ones). Positive correlation was found between the effectiveness of hydrophobic amino acids on the motor activity of animals(More)
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