Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys

Hütten A, Handstein A, Eckert D, Muller HK, Schultz L (1996)
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 32(5): 4695-4697.

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Giant magnetoresistance (GMR) has been observed in magnetically optimized AlNiCo5 and FeCrCo bulk alloys with amplitudes sizes as much as 3% at 300K and 5% at 10K. In contrast, homogenized FeCrCo samples show the anisotropic magnetoresistance. The field dependence of the GMR amplitude cannot be scaled by a simple function of magnetization due to a strong field dependence beyond saturation.
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Hütten A, Handstein A, Eckert D, Muller HK, Schultz L. Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. 1996;32(5):4695-4697.
Hütten, A., Handstein, A., Eckert, D., Muller, H. K., & Schultz, L. (1996). Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32(5), 4695-4697.
Hütten, A., Handstein, A., Eckert, D., Muller, H. K., and Schultz, L. (1996). Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 32, 4695-4697.
Hütten, A., et al., 1996. Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32(5), p 4695-4697.
A. Hütten, et al., “Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 32, 1996, pp. 4695-4697.
Hütten, A., Handstein, A., Eckert, D., Muller, H.K., Schultz, L.: Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. 32, 4695-4697 (1996).
Hütten, Andreas, Handstein, A, Eckert, D, Muller, HK, and Schultz, L. “Giant magnetoresistance in pseudo-binary bulk alloys”. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 32.5 (1996): 4695-4697.
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