Ferromagnetic ZnO Nanowires for Spintronic Applications

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This book chapter reviews experimental results of observed room temperature ferromagnetism in transition metal doped group II-VI semiconductors.

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Philipose, Usha & Sapkota, Gopal December 19, 2012.

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This book chapter reviews experimental results of observed room temperature ferromagnetism in transition metal doped group II-VI semiconductors.

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  • Nanowires - Recent Advances, 2012, Rijeka: InTech, pp.45-63.

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