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Ferromagnetic resonance investigations on Ni nanowires are reported. The angular dependence of the resonance line position is analyzed within a thermodynamic approach that includes shape anisotropy (ellipsoids of revolution), magnetocrystalline anisotropies (cubic and uniaxial), and dipole–dipole interactions. The results are supported by hysteresis loops, obtained on the same sample.
Both ZnO and PZT Thin Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator filters were fabricated, tested and modeled in this study. The development of an accurate Mason model allows the effect of particular parasitic components on the microwave s-parameters in the region of the series and parallel resonances to be identified. The parasitic components that limit the performance of our ZnO and PbZr0.3Ti0.7O3 Thin Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator filters are analysed. From an analysis of PbZr0.3Ti0.7O3 Thin Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator measurements values for the longitudinal acoustic velocity and electromechanical coupling coefficient can be derived. Measured PbZr0.3Ti0.7O3 Thin Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator filter responses confirm that the larger electromechanical coupling coefficients in this material compared to ZnO give wider filter band-widths.
The historical formation of the loch is described, using geological and geomorphological evidence. The changing areal dimensions from the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries are discussed using historical cartographic and documentary evidence. Finally, a comparison is made between the results of the three bathymetrical surveys that have now been carried out in an attempt to determine the amount of silting.
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