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Accurate Determination of the Q Quality Factor in Magnetoelastic Resonant Platforms for Advanced Biological Detection
The main parameters of magnetoelastic resonators in the detection of chemical (i.e., salts, gases, etc.) or biological (i.e., bacteria, phages, etc.) agents are the sensitivity S (or external agent change magnitude per Hz ...
Size Dependence of the Magnetoelastic Properties of Metallic Glasses for Actuation Applications
We present an exhaustive study of the magnetoelastic properties of 24 strips with different rectangular dimensions, cut from a long ribbon of Metglas((R)) 2826MB3. The strips have a length-to-width ratio R = L/w ranging ...
Sensor Applications of Soft Magnetic Materials Based on Magneto-Impedance, Magneto-Elastic Resonance and Magneto-Electricity
The outstanding properties of selected soft magnetic materials make them successful candidates for building high performance sensors. In this paper we present our recent work regarding different sensing technologies based ...
Metallic Glass/PVDF Magnetoelectric Laminates for Resonant Sensors and Actuators: A Review
Among magnetoelectric (ME) heterostructures, ME laminates of the type Metglas-like/PVDF (magnetostrictive+piezoelectric constituents) have shown the highest induced ME voltages, usually detected at the magnetoelastic ...
Magnetosomes could be protective shields against metal stress in magnetotactic bacteria
Magnetotactic bacteria are aquatic microorganisms with the ability to biomineralise membrane-enclosed magnetic nanoparticles, called magnetosomes. These magnetosomes are arranged into a chain that behaves as a magnetic ...
Exploring the Different Degrees of Magnetic Disorder in TbxR1−xCu2 Nanoparticle Alloys
Recently, potential technological interest has been revealed for the production of magnetocaloric alloys using Rare-Earth intermetallics. In this work, three series of TbxR1−xCu2 (R ≡ Gd, La, Y) alloys have been produced ...