Fabrication and characterisation of nanospintronic devices

@inproceedings{Samm2013FabricationAC,
  title={Fabrication and characterisation of nanospintronic devices},
  author={J. Samm and Jorg Gramich and Andreas Baumgartner and Markus Weiss and Christian Schoenenberger},
  year={2013}
}
We report an improved fabrication scheme for carbon based nanospintronic devices and demonstrate the necessity for a careful data analysis to investigate the fundamental physical mechanisms leading to magnetoresistance. The processing with a low-density polymer and an optimised recipe allows us to improve the electrical, magnetic and structural quality of ferromagnetic Permalloy contacts on lateral carbon nanotube (CNT) quantum dot spin valve devices, with comparable results for thermal and… 
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