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Shape-induced anisotropy in antidot arrays from self-assembled templates

By A.A Zhukov, M.E. Kiziroglou, A.V. Goncharov, R. Boardman, M.A. Ghanem, M. Abdelsalam, V. Novosad, G. Karapetrov, X. Li, H. Fangohr, C.H. de Groot, P.N. Bartlett and P.A.J. de Groot

Abstract

Using self-assembly of polystyrene spheres, well-ordered templates have been prepared on glass and silicon substrates. Strong guiding of self-assembly is obtained on photolithographically structured silicon substrates. Magnetic antidot arrays with three-dimensional architecture have been prepared by electrodeposition in the pores of these templates. The shape anisotropy demonstrates a crucial impact on magnetization reversal processes

Topics: T1, QD, QC
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.soton.ac.uk:20947
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