Magnetic nanobelts of iron-doped zinc oxide
Yu, M. B.
Xiong, Y. Z.
Chen, J. S.
Date of Issue2005
School of Materials Science and Engineering
Magnetic nanobelts of iron-doped zinc oxide were fabricated by vapor–phase transport using zinc oxide, iron oxide, and graphite as source materials. The nanobelts grew mainly along  orientation and enclosed by ±(0001) and ±(1210) surfaces. The measurements of x-ray diffraction, energy-dispersive x-ray spectroscopy, and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy demonstrated that iron was doped into the nanobelts. As a result, the nanobelts were magnetic.
Applied physics letters
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