Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering by Subject "X-ray diffraction"

Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering by Subject "X-ray diffraction"

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  • Thompson, G. B.; Fu, B. (2010-08-23)
    This paper addresses in situ stress evolution of two-component FexPt1−x, where x spanned 0 to 1, alloy thin films. The stresses of the high-temperature, quenched-in, solid solution phase was determined by in situ wafer ...
  • Inaba, Yuki; Thompson, Gregory B.; Harrell, J. W.; Klemmer, Tim; Kubota, Yukiko (2010-03-04)
    A series of ≈12 nm thick FePt thin films deposited onto glass substrates have been annealed with multiple 1064 nm wavelength laser pulses. The fluence was varied using pulse widths of 10.0, 5.0, and 2.5 ms. The peak ...
  • Bagaria, H. G.; Johnson, D. T.; Srivastava, C.; Thompson, G. B.; Shamsuzzoha, M.; Nikles, D. E. (2007-05-23)
    Our interest in determining the mechanism of FePt nanoparticle formation has led to this study of the evolution of particle size and composition during synthesis. FePt nanoparticles were prepared by the simultaneous reduction ...
  • Thompson, G. B.; Inaba, Y.; Kang, S.; Izatt, J. R.; Harrell, J. W.; Kubota, Y.; Klemmer, T. J. (2009-03-12)
    The structural and magnetic properties of 10 nm FePt thin films annealed using a 1064 nm wavelength laser with 10, 7.5, 5.0, and 2.5 ms pulses have been examined. The A1 to L10 phase transformation was confirmed by x-ray ...
  • Kang, Shishou; Jia, Zhiyong; Zoto, I.; Reed, D.; Nikles, David E.; Harrell, J. W. (2006-04-19)
    ePt and [FePt]95Au5 nanoparticles with an average size of about 4nm were chemically synthesized and spin coated onto silicon substrates. Samples were subsequently thermally annealed at temperatures ranging from 250 to 500°C ...
  • Thompson, G. B.; Srivastava, C.; Harrell, J. W.; Nikles, D. E. (2006-03-02)
    A series of [FePt]100−xCrx nanoparticles (x=5, 10, and 16at.%) was chemically synthesized by two different techniques. In one method, the simultaneous chemical reduction of FeCl2∙4H2O, Pt-acetylacetonate, and Cr-acetylacetonate ...

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