Co-Fe nanodumbbells: synthesis, structure, and magnetic properties.

@article{Liakakos2014CoFeNS,
  title={Co-Fe nanodumbbells: synthesis, structure, and magnetic properties.},
  author={Nikos Liakakos and C Gatel and Thomas Blon and Thomas Altantzis and Sergio Lentijo-Mozo and C{\'e}cile Garcia-Marcelot and Lise-Marie Lacroix and Marc Respaud and Sara Bals and Gustaaf Van Tendeloo and Katerina Soulantica},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={14 5},
  pages={2747-54}
}
We report the solution phase synthesis, the structural analysis, and the magnetic properties of hybrid nanostructures combining two magnetic metals. These nano-objects are characterized by a remarkable shape, combining Fe nanocubes on Co nanorods. The topological composition, the orientation relationship, and the growth steps have been studied by advanced electron microscopy techniques, such as HRTEM, electron tomography, and state-of-the-art 3-dimensional elemental mapping by EDX tomography… CONTINUE READING

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