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Comparison of magnetic anisotropy and structural properties in chemically ordered CoPt and FePt nanoparticles
A. Tamion, Florent Tournus, Nils Blanc, Arnaud Hillion, Olivier Proux, Andrei Rogalev, Fabrice Wilhelm, Véronique Dupuis, J. Gutierrez Valdes, Luis E. Diaz-Sanchez, Kei Sato, Gustavo Miguel Pastor
Physical Review B, vol. 106, p104420 (2022)
Chemical and magnetic order in mass-selected large FeRh nanomagnets embedded in a carbon matrix
European Physical Journal: Applied Physics, vol. 97, p32 (2022)
Elaboration of nanomagnet arrays: organization and magnetic properties of mass-selected FePt nanoparticles deposited on epitaxially grown graphene on Ir(111)
Pierre Capiod, L. Bardotti, A. Tamion, Olivier Boisron, Clement Albin, Véronique Dupuis, Gilles Renaud, Philippe Ohresser, Florent Tournus
Physical Review Letters, vol. 122, p106802 (2019)
Mass-Selected FeCo Clusters Embedded in a Carbon Matrix as Benchmark Nanocatalysts
Véronique Dupuis, Ghassan Khadra, Juan Martín Montejano-Carrizales, Florent Tournus, Faustino Aguilera-Granja, A. Tamion
ACS Applied Nano Materials, vol. 2, p2864–2872 (2019)
Organization and magnetic properties of FePt nanoparticles deposited on graphene/Ir moiré pattern
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From vanishing interaction to superferromagnetic dimerization: Experimental determination of interaction lengths for embedded Co clusters
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Bottom-up strategies for the assembling of magnetic systems using nanoclusters
Véronique Dupuis, Arnaud Hillion, Anthony Robert, Ophelliam Loiselet, Ghassan Khadra, Pierre Capiod, Clément Albin, Olivier Boisron, Damien Le Roy, L. Bardotti, Florent Tournus, A. Tamion
Journal of Nanoparticle Research, vol. 20 (2018)
Structure and Magnetic Properties of FeCo Clusters: Carbon Environment and Annealing Effects
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 121, p10713-10718 (2017)
From vanishing interaction to superferromagnetic dimerization: Experimental determination of interaction lengths for embedded Co clusters
Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (1998-2015), vol. 95, p134446 (2017)
Size effects of the magnetic anisotropy of fcc cobalt nanoparticles embedded in copper
Matthias Hillenkamp, Simón Oyarzún, Nicolas Troc, Julien Ramade, A. Tamion, Florent Tournus, Véronique Dupuis, Varlei Rodrigues
The European Physical Journal D : Atomic, molecular, optical and plasma physics, vol. 71, p330 (2017)
Nanostructured L1(0)-CoPt dot arrays with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy
A. Hannour, L. Bardotti, Brigitte Prevel, Florent Tournus, D. Mailly, Jean-Pierre Bucher, A. Nafidi
Materials Letters, vol. 193, p108-111 (2017)
Cubic chemically ordered FeRh and FeCo nanomagnets prepared by mass-selected low-energy cluster-beam deposition: a comparative study
Véronique Dupuis, Anthony Robert, Arnaud Hillion, Ghassan Khadra, Nils Blanc, Damien Le Roy, Florent Tournus, Clement Albin, Olivier Boisron, A. Tamion
Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, vol. 7, p1850-1860 (2016)
Anisotropy evolution of nanoparticles under annealing: Benefits of isothermal remanent magnetization simulation
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 419, p1-4 (2016)
Magnetic moments in chemically ordered mass-selected CoPt and FePt clusters
Véronique Dupuis, G. Khadra, S. Linas, A. Hillion, L. Gragnaniello, A. Tamion, Juliette Tuaillon-Combes, Laurent Bardotti, Florent Tournus, E. Otero, P. Ohresser, A. Rogalev, F. Wilhelm
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 383, p73-77 (2015)
Size effects in the magnetic anisotropy of embedded cobalt nanoparticles: from shape to surface
Scientific Reports, vol. 5, p14749 (2015)
Anisotropy in FeCo nanoparticles, a first step
G. Khadra, A. Tamion, Florent Tournus, Bruno Canut, Véronique Dupuis
Solid State Phenomena, vol. 233-234, p550-553 (2015)
Structure and order in cobalt/platinum-type nanoalloys: from thin films to supported clusters
Pascal Andreazza, Veronique Pierron-Bohnes, Florent Tournus, Caroline Andreazza-Vignolle, Véronique Dupuis
Surface Science Reports, vol. 70, p188-258 (2015)
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