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Magnetophoresis-Assisted Capillary Assembly: A Versatile Approach for Fabricating Tailored 3D Magnetic Supercrystals

Abstract : The fabrication and integration of sub-millimeter magnetic materials into predefined circuits is of major importance for the realization of portable devices designed for telecommunications, automotive, biomedical, and space applications but remains highly challenging. We report here a versatile approach for the fabrication and direct integration of nanostructured magnetic materials of controlled shaped at specific locations onto silicon substrates. The magnetophoresis-assisted capillary assembly of magnetic nanoparticles, either spherical or anisotropic, leads to the fabrication of high-performance Co-based permanent magnets and Fe-based supercrystals. Integrated sub-millimeter magnets as well as millimeter self-standing magnets exhibiting magnetic properties competing with NdFeB-based composites were obtained through this cost- and time-efficient process. The proof-of-concept of electromagnetic actuation of a micro-electromechanical system cantilever by means of these supercrystals highlights their potentiality as efficient integrated magnetic materials within nomadic devices.
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Pierre Moritz, Antoine Gonon, Thomas Blon, Nicolas Ratel-Ramond, Fabrice Mathieu, et al.. Magnetophoresis-Assisted Capillary Assembly: A Versatile Approach for Fabricating Tailored 3D Magnetic Supercrystals. ACS Nano, American Chemical Society, 2021, 15 (3), pp.5096-5108. ⟨10.1021/acsnano.0c10215⟩. ⟨hal-03156435⟩

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