Journal of East China Normal University(Natural Sc ›› 2004, Vol. 2004 ›› Issue (1): 45-48.

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Longitudinally Driven Magneto-impedance Effect on Glass-covered Fe-based Nanocrystalline Microwires

LIU Long-ping, ZHAO Zhen-jie, RUAN Jian-zhong, WANG Rui-li, YANG Xie-long   

  1. Department of physics,East China Normal University,Shanghai 200062, China
  • Received:2002-10-07 Revised:2003-02-14 Online:2004-03-25 Published:2004-03-25
  • Contact: YANG Xie-long

Abstract: Amorphous Fe73.0Cu1.0Nb1.5V2.0Si13.5B9.0 microwires were prepared by glass-coated melt-spinning technique. Nanocrystalline samples were obtained by annealing the amorphous wires at appropriate temperatures and the longitudinally driven giant magneto-impedance effect has also been investigated for the first time. The result showed that the maximal magneto- impedance value was 1020% obtained in the sample annealed at 5700℃.

Key words: giant magneto-impedance(GMI), longitudinally driven, Fe-based nanocrystalline microwires, giant magneto-impedance(GMI), longitudinally driven

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