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October 16th, 2006

Nanocables a possible solution for semiconductor industry

Abstract:
Dr. Justin Holmes, who leads the Supercritical Chemistry Unit at University College Cork's Department of Chemistry, explains the team's findings to Nanowerk: "We developed a supercritical fluid inclusion technique for constructing highly ordered and oriented arrays of coaxial magnetic nanocables, consisting of both magnetically hard (cobalt) and a magnetically soft (magnetite) materials.

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