Giant magnetoresistance in magnetic multilayered nanowires

Piraux, L.; George, J.M.
November 1994
Applied Physics Letters;11/7/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 19, p2484
Academic Journal
Describes the observation of giant magnetoresistance (GMR) in magnetic multilayered nanowires. Modulation of the composition of the nanowires over nanometer length scales; Performance of magnetoresistance measurements on the array of parallel nanowires; Percentage of GMR observed at room temperature.


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