Probing the interplay between reversibility and magnetostatic interactions within arrays of multisegmented nanowires

  title={Probing the interplay between reversibility and magnetostatic interactions within arrays of multisegmented nanowires},
  author={Saba Shojaie Mehr and A. Ramezani and Mohammad Almasi Kashi and Spyros Krimpalis},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science},
Abstract Ordered arrays of NiFe/Cu multisegmented nanowires (NWs) are fabricated by ac pulse electrodeposition method into the 25-µm thick anodic aluminum oxide templates with a pore diameter of about 40–100 nm inter-pore distance. The behavior of magnetostatic interactions between neighboring NiFe/Cu NWs as well between magnetic segments of the same wire related to the NW length and the magnetic segment thickness is presented. The first-order reversal curves (FORCs) results for two given… 

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