Functionalized Akiyama tips for magnetic force microscopy measurements

@article{Stiller2017FunctionalizedAT,
  title={Functionalized Akiyama tips for magnetic force microscopy measurements},
  author={M Stiller and Jos'e Barzola-Quiquia and Pablo D. Esquinazi and Soraya Sangiao and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a de Teresa and Jan Meijer and Bernd Abel},
  journal={Measurement Science and Technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={28},
  pages={125401}
}
In this work we have used focused electron beam induced deposition of cobalt to functionalize atomic force microscopy Akiyama tips for application in magnetic force microscopy. The grown tips have a content of ≈ Co after exposure to ambient air. The magnetic tips were characterized using energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy. In order to investigate the magnetic properties, current loops were prepared by electron beam lithography. Measurements at room temperature… Expand
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