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Title: Enhanced ferromagnetism of ZnO@Co/Ni hybrid core@shell nanowires grown by electrochemical deposition method
Authors: Tran, Dat Quang
Akabori, Masashi
Pham, Huyen Trang
Nguyen, Tam Duy
Md. Earul Islam
Keywords: DRNTU::Science::Chemistry
ZnO@Co/Ni hybrid core@shell NWs
Issue Date: 2018
Source: Pham, H. T., Nguyen, T. D., Md. Earul Islam, Tran, D. Q., & Akabori, M. (2018). Enhanced ferromagnetism of ZnO@Co/Ni hybrid core@shell nanowires grown by electrochemical deposition method. RSC Advances, 8(2), 632-639. doi:10.1039/C7RA11123A
Series/Report no.: RSC Advances
Abstract: The hybrid structure of ZnO NWs with the presence of different dopants recently has drawn many interests from researchers due to the possibility to integrate multiple functionalities into one single structure. In this article, we investigated the morphology, crystal structure and ferromagnetism of the ZnO@Co/Ni hybrid core@shell NWs prepared by a facile electrochemical deposition method. The results show that a thin layer of Ni and Co coated on the surface of ZnO NWs (confirmed by XRD, EDS, TEM and Raman scattering) can create a significant improvement of ferromagnetic property in such hybrid core@shell NWs. In which, for the coating time of 10, 15, 20 min, the value of Ms is around 0.67, 0.88 and 2.56 emu g−1 for ZnO@Co NWs, and about 0.013, 0.022 and 0.031 emu g−1 for ZnO@Ni NWs, respectively, in comparison with the number of 0.016 emu g−1 for pure ZnO NWs. Interestingly, we also found the temperature dependence of ferromagnetism of such Co/Ni coated ZnO NWs. These results reveal the possibility to employ such hybrid core@shell NWs for many applications, e.g. spin field effect transistors.
Rights: © 2018 The Royal Society of Chemistry. This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence.
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