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Tailoring magnetic nanostructures with neon in the ion microscope

  • Gregor Hlawacek (a1), Rantej Bali (a1), Falk Röder (a2), Yuriy Aleksandrov (a1), Anna Semisalova (a1), Sebastian Wintz (a3), Kai Wagner (a1), Helmut Schultheiss (a1), Stefan Facsko (a1) and Jürgen Fassbender (a1)...
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Bali, R., Wintz, S., Meutzner, F., HÜbner, R., Boucher, R., Ünal, A. a, Valencia, S., Neudert, A., Potzger, K., Bauch, J., Kronast, F., Facsko, S., Lindner, J. & Fassbender, J. (2014). Printing nearly-discrete magnetic patterns using chemical disorder induced ferromagnetism. Nano letters 14, 435441.
Hlawacek, G., Veligura, V., van Gastel, R. & Poelsema, B. (2014). Helium ion microscopy. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B: Microelectronics and Nanometer Structures 32, 020801.
Röder, F., Hlawacek, G., Wlntz, S., HÜbner, R., Blschoff, L., Llchte, H., Potzger, K., Lindner, J., Fassbender, J. & Bali, R. (2015). Direct Depth- and Lateral- Imaging of Nanoscale Magnets Generated by Ion Impact. Scientific Reports 5, 16786.

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