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Ferromagnetic resonance on Ni nanowire arrays

  • Mircea Chipara (a1), Ralph Skomski (a2), Roger Kirby (a2) and David J. Sellmyer (a2)
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Ferromagnetic resonance investigations on Ni nanowires are reported. The angular dependence of the resonance line position is analyzed within a thermodynamic approach that includes shape anisotropy (ellipsoids of revolution), magnetocrystalline anisotropies (cubic and uniaxial), and dipole–dipole interactions. The results are supported by hysteresis loops, obtained on the same sample.

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