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Structure and magnetic properties of Fe-Ti-N films deposited by DC magnetron facing target sputtering
Using a facing target sputtering equipment, Fe-Ti-N films were deposited on water-cooled and heated substrates under different nitrogen flow ratios, R(N-2). The composition, microstructure, and magnetic properties of the ...
Dependence of soft-magnetic properties on film thickness and high frequency characteristics for Fe-Co-Cr-N alloy films
Fe-Co-Cr-N thin films with various thicknesses were deposited by substrate rotation during magnetron co-sputtering. The dependence of structural and soft-magnetic properties on film thickness was investigated. It was found ...
High Frequency Magnetic Property of Dense Fe22Ni78 Cluster Assembled Films
Using a plasma-gas-condensation cluster deposition apparatus, Fe2Ni78 clusters are deposited on substrates. When a bias voltage, V-A, is applied to a substrate, neutral and charged clusters are formed in a plasma region ...
Formation and magnetic properties of Fe-Pt alloy clusters by plasma-gas condensation
Size-monodispersed FexPt1-x alloy clusters were synthesized using a plasma-gas-condensation technique which employs two separate elemental sputtering sources and a growth chamber. The composition of the alloy clusters was ...
High-frequency magnetic characteristics of Fe-Co-based nanocrystalline alloy films
Magnetically soft Fe-Co-based nanocrystalline alloy films were produced by two preparation methods: One using a new energetic cluster deposition technique and another using a conventional magnetron sputtering technique. ...