A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation

Schepper W, Schotter J, Bruckl H, Reiss G (2006) .

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The results of micromagnetic calculations of GMR sensors are shown under the influence of the stray fields of magnetic beads (microspheres), aligned out of plane or in plane of the sensor layers. These detection cases show very different characteristics and sensitivities. An analytical formula can be presented showing the GMR signal dependence on the bead height and the bead and sensor dimensions. (c) 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Schepper W, Schotter J, Bruckl H, Reiss G. A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation.
Schepper, W., Schotter, J., Bruckl, H., & Reiss, G. (2006). A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation. Presented at the .
Schepper, W., Schotter, J., Bruckl, H., and Reiss, G. (2006).“A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation”.
Schepper, W., et al., 2006. A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation.
W. Schepper, et al., “A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation”, ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2006.
Schepper, W., Schotter, J., Bruckl, H., Reiss, G.: A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation. (2006).
Schepper, Willi, Schotter, J, Bruckl, H, and Reiss, Günter. “A magnetic molecule detection system - A comparison of different setups by computer simulation”., ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2006.
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