Accession Number : ADA332475
Title : Self-Organized Mesoscopic Magnetic Structures
Corporate Author : ARIZONA STATE UNIV TEMPE DEPT OF PHYSICS
Personal Author(s) : Sugawara, Akiraa ; Hembree, G. G. ; Scheinfein, M. R.
PDF Url : ADA332475
Report Date : 26 AUG 1997
Pagination or Media Count : 33
Abstract : Three types of mesoscopic magnetic micro structure have been formed using self- organization: linear arrays of nanometer diameter islands, nanometer width lines, and undulating, continuous films. These structures were produced by annealing NaCl (11O) and (111) surfaces in situ to produce patterned templates with 10-100 nm periodicity. Growth parameters such as groove spacing, substrate temperature and total deposit thickness can be varied in order to define specific mesoscopic magnetic structures. The micro structural evolution during growth is discussed in the context of nucleation and coalescence kinetics. The resulting magnetic properties are described, and their connection to the underlying micro structure elucidated.
Descriptors : *MAGNETIC PROPERTIES, *ANTENNA ARRAYS, ANNEALING, MAGNETIC FIELDS, STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES, NUCLEATION, ANISOTROPY, DIPOLES, KINETICS, LINEAR ARRAYS, MAGNETIC MATERIALS.
Subject Categories : Inorganic Chemistry
Electricity and Magnetism
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE