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|Title:||Direct synthesis of L10-phase nanostructured CoPt thin films using dense plasma focus device operating in non-optimized focus mode|
|Citation:||Pan, Z.,Rawat, R.S.,Lin, J.,Karamat, S.,Lee, P.C.K.,Springham, S.V.,Tan, A.T.L. (2010). Direct synthesis of L10-phase nanostructured CoPt thin films using dense plasma focus device operating in non-optimized focus mode. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 1250 : 113-118. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A direct synthesis of (001) oriented nanostructured CoPt thin films has been successfully achieved using a 880 J pulsed Dense Plasma Focus (DPF) device operating in a non-optimized focus mode with a low charging voltage of about 8 kV. The (001) oriented fit structured L10 phase nanostructured CoPt thin films have been synthesized directly in as-deposited sample, as verified by XRD results, without any post deposition annealing. The SEM imaging results show that nanostructured CoPt were achieved in non-optimized focus mode with agglomerate/particle size ranging from 10 to 55 nm. Furthermore, the VSM analysis shows that the as-deposited samples in non-optimized focus mode have higher coercivity (due to direct L10 phase) as compared the annealed sample and the as-deposited sample of optimized focus mode operation. © 2010 Materials Research Society.|
|Source Title:||Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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