Nanofabrication of two-dimensional arrays of magnetite particles for fundamental rock magnetic studies
Magnetic measurements of samples with precisely controlled magnetic mineralogy, grain size, and interparticle spacing are needed to provide crucial experimental rock magnetic underpinning for paleomagnetic studies. We report a novel nanofabrication method for producing two-dimensional arrays of cylindrical synthetic magnetite particles with well-defined composition, particle size, and interparticle spacing. The samples are fabricated by writing dot arrays with electron beam lithography,...[Show more]
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