Magnetic Nano-and Microwires: Design, Synthesis, Properties and Applications, Second Edition, reviews the growth and processing of nanowires and nanowire heterostructures using such methods as sol-gel and electrodeposition, focused-electron/ion-beam-induced deposition, epitaxial growth by chemical vapor transport, and more. Other sections cover engineering nanoporous anodic alumina, discuss magnetic and transport properties, domains, domain walls in nano-and microwires. and provide updates on skyrmions, domain walls, magnetism and transport, and the latest techniques to characterize and analyze these effects.
Final sections cover applications, both current and emerging, and new chapters on memory, sensor, thermoelectric and nanorobotics applications. This book will be an ideal resource for academics and industry professionals working in the disciplines of materials science, physics, chemistry, electrical and electronic engineering and nanoscience.
- Details the multiple key techniques for the growth, processing and characterization of nanowires and microwires
- Reviews the principles and difficulties involved in applying magnetic nano- and microwires to a wide range of applications, also including biomedical and sensing applications
- Discusses magnetism and transport in nanowires, skyrmions and domain walls in nanowires and the latest innovations in magnetic imaging
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Part 1: Design, Synthesis and Properties 1. 3D porous Alumina, a controllable Platform to tailor Magnetic Nanowires 2. Electrochemical Methods Assisted with ALD for the Synthesis of Nanowires 3. Intermetallic Nanowires fabricated by Metallic Flux Nanonucleation Method 4. Fabrication and Magneto-Optical Characterization of 3D-printed Permalloy Nanowires 5. Growth of Nanowire Heterostructures and their Optoelectronic and Spintronic Applications 6. Cylindrical Magnetic Nanotubes: Synthesis, Magnetism and Applications 7. From Soft Chemistry to 2D and 3D Nanowire Arrays with Hard Magnetic Properties and Permanent Magnet Applications 8. Recent Trends in Magnetic Nano and Submicron Wires prepared by Quenching and Drawing Technique 9. Heusler-type Glass-Coated Microwires: Fabrication, Characterization and Properties
Part 2: Magnetization Mechanisms, Domains and Domain Walls 10. Current induced Dynamics of Chiral Domain Walls in Magnetic Heterostructures 11. Joule Heating and its Role in Current-assisted Domain Wall Depinning in Nanostrips 12. Controlling Magnetism by Interface Engineering 13. Skyrmion Lines, Monopoles and Emergent Electromagnetism in Nanowires 14. Micromagnetic Modelling of Magnetic Domain Walls and Domains in Cylindrical Nanowires 15. Domain Wall Pinning in a circular Cross-section Wire with modulated Diameter 16. Magnetic Imaging of Individual Modulated Cylindrical Nanowires 17. Determining Magnetization Configurations and Reversal of Individual Magnetic Nanotubes 18. Helical Magnetic Structures in Amorphous Microwires: Magneto-optical Study and Micromagnetic Simulations 19. On-time characterization of the dynamics of a single domain wall in an amorphous microwire 20. Dynamical Behavior of Ferromagnetic Nanowire Arrays: From 1-D to 3-D 21. Spin Waves and Electromagnetic Waves in Magnetic Nanowires
Part 3: Sensing, Thermoelectric, Robotics, Biomedical and Microwave Applications 22. Template-assisted Electrodeposited Magnetic Nanowires and their properties for applications 23. Nanowire Transducers for Biomedical Applications 24. Thermopower Measurements in Magnetic Nanowires 25. Magnetostrictive FeGa Nanowires for Actuation and Sensing Applications 26. Magnetically and Chemically Propelled Nanowire-based Swimmers 27. 3D Magnetic Nanowire Networks 28. Sensoric Application of Glass-coated Magnetic Microwires 29. Orthogonal Fluxgates based on Magnetic Microwires 30. Magnetic Properties of Amorphous Microwires at Microwaves and Applications 31. Nano-carbon/magnetic Microwire Hybrid Fibers for tunable Microwave Functionalities
Manuel Vázquez, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, Spain
Manuel Vazquez has been responsible of many scientific and technological projects on the magnetism of nano and microwires. He is co-author of over 600 publications and 22 patents.
He was Head of Laboratory at the Institute of Applied Magnetism, IMA (1992-2000), and set up the Group of Nanomagnetism and Magnetization Processes at the Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, ICMM/CSIC (from 2001). Prof. Vazquez was the Manager of the National Spanish Strategic Action on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2004-9). He has actively volunteered to international actions particularly in the IEEE Magnetics Society (Chair Intermag2008, founder of Spain Chapter), and IUPAP (Secretary Commission on Magnetism; Program Chair ICM2015). He is the recipient of the Salvador Velayos Magnetism Award 2016, and currently the President of the IEEE Magnetics Society (2017-8).