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Title: Electrodeposition of granular FeCoNi films with large permeability for microwave applications
Authors: Zong, B.-Y.
Pong, Z.-W.
Wu, Y.-P. 
Ho, P.
Qiu, J.-J.
Kong, L.-B. 
Wang, L.
Han, G.-C.
Issue Date: 28-Oct-2011
Citation: Zong, B.-Y., Pong, Z.-W., Wu, Y.-P., Ho, P., Qiu, J.-J., Kong, L.-B., Wang, L., Han, G.-C. (2011-10-28). Electrodeposition of granular FeCoNi films with large permeability for microwave applications. Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (40) : 16042-16048. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A simple methodology to fabricate soft magnetic FeCoNi granular films from cheap salt solutions via electrodeposition at room temperature is demonstrated. With the addition of a small quantity of organic and inorganic additives into the solutions, the FeCoNi nano-granular films possess ultra-high permeability, large resistivity, and other desirable magnetic properties for gigahertz microwave applications. Typically, the films have a coercivity of less than 10 or 20 Oe along the hard or easy axis, respectively, with a saturation flux density of up to 2.43 T. The magnetic permeability and resistivity are correspondingly up to a magnitude order of about 103 and 10 -4 Ω cm. These soft FeCoNi films also show a big anisotropic field of more than 50 Oe and a very small magnetostriction of
Source Title: Journal of Materials Chemistry
ISSN: 09599428
DOI: 10.1039/c1jm13398e
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