INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE

Hütten A, THOMAS G (1993)
Ultramicroscopy 52(3-4): 581-590.

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The decomposition kinetics of Cu1-xCox alloys have been investigated based on the theory of spinodal decomposition. Microstructural parameters such as size and concentration of compositional modulations have been predicted for as-prepared and subsequently annealed Cu81Co19 and Cu65Co35 samples. These predicted values have been compared with those determined experimentally from a combination of electron microscopy and field ion microscopy. The discussion emphasizes a possible application of a known decomposition mechanism and evaluated microstructural parameters to improve the amplitude of giant magnetoresistance in heterogeneous Cu1-xCox samples.
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Hütten A, THOMAS G. INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE. Ultramicroscopy. 1993;52(3-4):581-590.
Hütten, A., & THOMAS, G. (1993). INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE. Ultramicroscopy, 52(3-4), 581-590.
Hütten, A., and THOMAS, G. (1993). INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE. Ultramicroscopy 52, 581-590.
Hütten, A., & THOMAS, G., 1993. INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE. Ultramicroscopy, 52(3-4), p 581-590.
A. Hütten and G. THOMAS, “INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE”, Ultramicroscopy, vol. 52, 1993, pp. 581-590.
Hütten, A., THOMAS, G.: INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE. Ultramicroscopy. 52, 581-590 (1993).
Hütten, Andreas, and THOMAS, G. “INVESTIGATION OF HETEROGENEOUS CU1-XCOX ALLOYS WITH GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE”. Ultramicroscopy 52.3-4 (1993): 581-590.
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