Paula G. Bercoff

Paula G. Bercoff

Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

H-index: 23

Latin America-Argentina

About Paula G. Bercoff

Paula G. Bercoff, With an exceptional h-index of 23 and a recent h-index of 15 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, specializes in the field of Materiales magnéticos, Nanoestructuras, Nanopartículas, Cerámicos.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

High temperature magnetic and structural transformations in Fe-Pd nanowires

Enhancement of the electrochemical oxygen evolution reaction by light and external magnetic fields, using hybrid electrodes made by Langmuir-Blodgett

Metallic nanoparticles-based drug delivery for pancreatic cancer

Effective anisotropy in Fe-Ni nanowire arrays with strong dipolar interaction

PELÍCULAS MAGÉNTICAS DE NANOPARTÍCULAS DE Fe3O4 RECUBIERTAS CON ÁCIDO OLEICO UTILIZANDO LA TÉCNICA DE LANGMUIR-BLODGETT

Influence of the milling materials on the mechanochemical synthesis of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles

Superconductivity in the amorphous phase of the half-Heusler TiNiSn alloy

Temperature dependence of magnetic anisotropy in a cylindrical Fe65Pd35 nanowire array

Paula G. Bercoff Information

University

Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

Position

Investigadora Independiente () Profesora Titular (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

Citations(all)

1617

Citations(since 2020)

681

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1202

hIndex(all)

23

hIndex(since 2020)

15

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46

i10Index(since 2020)

23

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Paula G. Bercoff Skills & Research Interests

Materiales magnéticos

Nanoestructuras

Nanopartículas

Cerámicos

Top articles of Paula G. Bercoff

High temperature magnetic and structural transformations in Fe-Pd nanowires

Authors

Paula G Bercoff,Eva Céspedes,Soledad Aprea,Silvia E Urreta,José Luis Martínez,Manuel Vázquez

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/1/1

The microstructure and the hysteresis properties of Fe-Pd nanowire arrays were studied in the as-electrodeposited condition at 300 K, and as functions of temperature after a thermal cycle between 300 K and 950 K. Fe36Pd64 and Fe65Pd35 nanowires, 200 nm in diameter and 7–10 μm long, were electrodeposited into commercial 26 % porosity alumina templates. Initially, the main magnetic phase in both arrays is the metastable γ-Pd(Fe) disordered phase. After a thermal cycle up to 950 K the microstructures transform into a majority ferromagnetic ordered phase (FePd3 in Fe36Pd64 and Fe3Pd in Fe65Pd35) embedding γ-Pd(Fe) remaining grains. Curie temperatures result 500 K, 550 K and 900 K for Fe3Pd, FePd3 and γ-Pd(Fe), respectively. The temperature dependence of the magnetic properties exhibits two stages: one below 500–550 K, when the two phases are ferromagnetic and another one above this …

Enhancement of the electrochemical oxygen evolution reaction by light and external magnetic fields, using hybrid electrodes made by Langmuir-Blodgett

Authors

Viviana B Daboin,Sara Natalia Moya Betancourt,Eliana D Farias,Julieta S Riva,Paula G Bercoff

Journal

Electrochimica Acta

Published Date

2024/2/2

The implementation of water electrolysis technology is hampered by the slow kinetics of the oxygen evolution reaction. In an attempt to solve this issue, anodes which are able to respond to external stimuli such as magnetic field and light were successfully prepared by the Langmuir-Blodgett technique, using Fe3O4 magnetic nanoparticles (FTO/Fe3O4) and Fe3O4 nanoparticles together with tetrathiafulvalene as photosensitizer (FTO/Fe3O4/TTF).This technique allowed obtaining highly stable and homogeneous anodes in a simple and reproducible way. The electrodes produced a catalytic effect on the water oxidation reaction, without the use of a noble-metal, and proved to be sensitive to a 365 nm LED light as well as to an external magnetic field. Water oxidation reaction was evaluated by linear sweep voltammetry, by the Tafel slopes and also by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. This work presents new …

Metallic nanoparticles-based drug delivery for pancreatic cancer

Authors

Sara Natalia Moya Betancourt,Jorge Gustavo Uranga,Viviana Beatriz Daboin,Paula Gabriela Bercoff,Julieta Soledad Riva

Published Date

2024/1/1

Advances in bionanotechnology have led scientists to study organic and inorganic materials that are biocompatible, nontoxic and highly efficient for the treatment of various diseases. Metallic nanoparticles are one of those exceptionally versatile bio-nanotechnological materials, as they can be obtained in different sizes and compositions, which determine their physicochemical properties. These “smart” nanoagents can be used as stimulus-sensitive drug delivery systems for various biomedical applications and therapies. The responsiveness of nanoparticles to various stimuli can be tailored due to their excellent surface modification capabilities, allowing different biocompatible and biodegradable materials to facilitate easy and targeted delivery of nanoparticles to the target site in response to an intrinsic or extrinsic stimulus. This chapter deals with the synthesis and biofunctionalization of several customized metal …

Effective anisotropy in Fe-Ni nanowire arrays with strong dipolar interaction

Authors

Joaquín Almeira,Fernando Meneses,Julián Milano,Carlos Ramos,Silvia E Urreta,Paula G Bercoff

Journal

Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

Published Date

2023/8/15

The effective magnetic anisotropy field Heff of Fex Ni(100-x) (x = 15, 25, 38) nanowires of 65 nm diameter forming ordered arrays within dense alumina templates of ∼35% porosity, was determined. Different values for Heff were obtained depending on the determination method, which were: magnetization evolution along major hysteresis loops; ferromagnetic resonance at 34 GHz; and magnetization switching by curling nucleation (through angular variation of the coercive field). Heff values determined from magnetization measurements differ from those arising from FMR measurements, being these latter quite smaller in every case. No evidence of an easy plane behavior was found, as theoretically predicted for high porosity arrays as ours.These results suggest that new internal degrees of freedom need to be considered for the effective anisotropy description in quasistatic hysteresis loops, during polarization …

PELÍCULAS MAGÉNTICAS DE NANOPARTÍCULAS DE Fe3O4 RECUBIERTAS CON ÁCIDO OLEICO UTILIZANDO LA TÉCNICA DE LANGMUIR-BLODGETT

Authors

JULIETA RIVA,Viviana Daboin,Paula Bercoff

Journal

Libro de Resúmenes XXIII CAFQI

Published Date

2023/4/5

Las nanopartículas magnéticas y su ensamblaje en nanomateriales 2D han atraído gran atención debido a sus propiedades magnéticas y ópticas ya las prometedoras aplicaciones en sensores, medios de almacenamiento magnético, nanoelectrónica y nanomedicina. Entre las diversas técnicas para el ensamblaje y deposición de nanopartículas magnéticas como nanomateriales 2D sobre sustratos sólidos, la técnica de Langmuir-Blodgett es sin duda uno de los mejores métodos, debido al control del espesor y homogeneidad de la película, además de su buena reproducibilidad. En este trabajo se analiza el efecto de los diferentes pre-tratamientos de los sustratos y de las presiones superficiales empleadas para la transferencia, sobre las películas obtenidas. En la presente investigación se obtuvieron nanopartículas de Fe 3 O 4 recubiertas de ácido oleico, obtenidas por descomposición térmica …

Influence of the milling materials on the mechanochemical synthesis of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles

Authors

Pedro A Calderón Bedoya,Pablo M Botta,Paula G Bercoff,María A Fanovich

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2023/4/5

The aim of this work is to synthesize iron oxide nanoparticles (IONPs) by a mechanochemical process using a high-energy planetary ball mill, with two types of vials and balls (stainless-steel and zirconia) and two reactive mixtures. This preparative route is simple, scalable and environmentally friendly. The influence of milling materials on the structural and magnetic properties of the obtained IONPs was studied. Composition, crystalline structure, morphology and magnetic properties of the IONPs were analyzed by XRD, Raman spectroscopy, SEM, TEM and VSM techniques. An iron oxide with spinel structure, compatible with magnetite (Fe3O4) or maghemite (γ-Fe2O3), was formed in the prepared samples, when using FeCl3 or FeCl3/Fe with stainless steel vials, or FeCl3/Fe with zirconia vials. The results indicate that the formation of spinel magnetic phases is strongly influenced by the presence of metallic Fe in the …

Superconductivity in the amorphous phase of the half-Heusler TiNiSn alloy

Authors

J Barzola-Quiquia,E Osmic,Paula Gabriela Bercoff,L Venosta,P Häussler

Journal

Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids

Published Date

2023/1/15

Amorphous TiNiSn films were prepared at T≈ 4. 2 K and resistance R (T) and thermopower S (T) have been investigated. R (T) shows that the sample is superconducting and the transition temperature T c increases with increasing annealing temperature, being the maximum T c 3= 4. 19 K. The electron–phonon coupling estimated from S (T) results is very close to the value calculated using McMillan equation for the superconducting transition T c, indicating that amorphous TiNiSn is an intermediate electron–phonon coupled superconductor. After annealing up to T= 850 K, the amorphous sample crystallizes at T K≈ 785 K. The atomic structure and high stability of the amorphous phase can be explained in the framework of electronically stabilized Hume–Rothery phases, where hybridization from Ti-d and Ni-d electrons plays an important role. The crystallized sample shows a well-ordered half-Heusler crystalline …

Temperature dependence of magnetic anisotropy in a cylindrical Fe65Pd35 nanowire array

Authors

M Soledad Aprea,Julieta S Riva,Paula G Bercoff,Manuel Vazquez

Journal

Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

Published Date

2022/12/15

Fe65Pd35 cylindrical nanowires (NWs) were synthesized in commercial anodic alumina porous templates via potentiostatic electrodeposition. The morphology, composition, and crystalline structure were analyzed by scanning and transmission electron microscopy, energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, and X-ray diffraction. The NWs obtained are (10 ± 2) μm long and (200 ± 20) nm in diameter, with a polycrystalline microstructure. Magnetic properties were investigated by measuring the Zero Field Cooling-Field Cooling magnetization curves and hysteresis loops in the temperature range 10 K to 350 K. The magnetization easy axis is determined to be along the NWs axis, indicating strong anisotropy in this direction, which cannot be accounted for by only considering shape anisotropy. The hysteresis loops were fitted using the law of approach to saturation, obtaining the effective anisotropy field HA and the effective …

Microstructure dependence of magnetization mechanisms in Co-Fe thick films

Authors

María del Carmen Aguirre,Silvia E Urreta,Paula G Bercoff

Journal

Journal of Materials Science

Published Date

2022/1

Magnetization reversal mechanisms in electrodeposited Co100−xFex (x = 0; 20; 30; 50) films are investigated by measuring the angular dependence of coercivity and relative remanence at room temperature. Deposition is performed onto Cu substrates using the pulse-reverse plating technique under nearly zero-field (B0 condition) and under a constant magnetic field of 100 mT (B100 condition), which is applied perpendicular to the Cu substrate, providing different microstructural scenarios according to composition, grain shape and size, film thickness and crystallographic texture. Iron-containing films deposited under the magnetic field are thinner, low textured and exhibit a smaller grain size scale. Films are soft ferromagnetic, with a nearly in-plane easy axis. The B100 condition and the iron content promote larger coercivities, independently of composition, the film thickness and the relative orientation …

Nickel nanobrush platform for a magnetic field-assisted electrochemical response enhancement

Authors

Fernando Meneses,Fabiana A Gutierrez,Silvia E Urreta,Paula G Bercoff,Marcela C Rodríguez

Journal

Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices

Published Date

2022/9/1

A single-step electrochemical procedure to synthesize a brush-like platform, which composed of a nickel nanowire array attached to a nickel continuous layer acting as a solid base, is described. Room temperature hysteresis properties of this brush-like architecture (nanobrush) and those of the individual components (nanowires and layer) are determined. It is shown that the direction of the nanobrush magnetic easy axis may be tailored, being also possible to control the magnetic system's coercivity and remanence. The electrochemical response and the catalytic activity of a Ni nanobrush towards the redox probes [Fe(CN)6]4-/3- and ethanol were evaluated in the presence and absence of an applied magnetic field. The external field strongly affects the system's behavior by enhancing the electrode charge-transfer response, even at fields as low as 6 mT. This improvement was further investigated by Electrochemical …

Graphite/nickel nanoparticle composites prepared by soft chemical methods

Authors

M Victoria Bracamonte,Lisandro F Venosta,W Gustavo Fano,Silvia E Jacobo,Paula G Bercoff

Journal

Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids

Published Date

2022/1/1

The aim of this work is to obtain and characterize a composite material using an environmentally friendly matrix and green processes. To this end, different composites of as-received commercial graphite flakes (G) and nickel nanoparticles (Ni NPs) have been prepared by a one-step soft synthesis and by mechanical mixing. The properties of the composites have been compared by means of X-ray diffraction analysis, electron microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, and magnetometry. The microwave absorption behavior of the composites has also been assessed in the 0.1–3 GHz frequency range, to explore potential applications. The composites prepared by chemical synthesis followed by heat-treatment display improved crystallinity and magnetization. Small amounts of Ni NPs in the chemically synthesized composite not only enhance the microwave absorption properties of graphite, reaching values above 10 dB at 2 …

Thermopower and magnetotransport properties of Bi100− xSbx topological insulator thin films prepared by flash evaporation

Authors

E Osmic,J Barzola-Quiquia,W Böhlmann,Paula Gabriela Bercoff,L Venosta,P Häussler

Journal

Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids

Published Date

2022/8/1

We have measured the temperature dependence of resistance R (T), thermopower S (T), magnetoresistance (MR) and the Hall effect (HE) of Bi 80 Sb 20, Bi 85 Sb 15 and Bi 90 Sb 10 topological insulator thin films. Samples were prepared by sequential flash-evaporation at room temperature and annealing at T= 350 K. The R (T) of the three investigated samples show metallic-like behavior at temperatures less than T= 75 K, while at higher temperatures, R (T) curves show a semiconducting-like behavior. The thermopower S (T) of the three investigated samples is negative in the entire temperature range measured in this work, with a linear behavior from 5 K up to≈ 100 K. The magnetoresistance of all samples is positive with a small temperature dependence. The highest MR (B= 7 T) was observed in Bi 85 Sb 15 with a≈ 600% and≈ 125% change at 5 K and 300 K, respectively. Clear evidence of weak …

Highly Stable Nanostructured Magnetic Vesicles as Doxorubicin Carriers for Field‐assisted Therapies

Authors

Heber E Andrada,Lisandro Venosta,Silvia E Jacobo,O Fernando Silva,R Dario Falcone,Paula G Bercoff

Journal

ChemNanoMat

Published Date

2022/4

In this work, magnetic vesicles were produced using magnetite (Fe3O4) nanoparticles and 1‐methylimidazolium bis‐ (2‐ethylhexyl) phosphate (imim‐DEHP) as surfactant. Some of the vesicles were subsequently coated with chitosan to improve their stability and biocompatibility. A physicochemical characterization of the prepared systems was carried out using several techniques, which allowed verifying that the magnetic nanoparticles were successfully encapsulated. Finally, the vesicles were loaded with an antitumor drug (doxorubicin) by swelling in order to perform release studies. The Korsmeyer‐Peppas model was used to fit the doxorubicin (Dox) release profiles in the different vesicle systems, which displayed delayed release in every case. After 24 h, the Dox release percentages ranged between 43–53%. The prepared vesicles show not only excellent stability but also a good response to an external …

Coating of aluminum substrates with nanostructured Pd–Ni alloys by electrodeposition

Authors

Fernando Meneses,Julieta S Riva,Silvia E Urreta,Paula G Bercoff

Journal

Materials Chemistry and Physics

Published Date

2022/2/1

Pd–Ni alloys are electrodeposited onto low-purity aluminum substrates varying both the composition of the feeding solution and the applied electrodeposition potential. It is found that the initial nucleation-and-growth mechanism in every case is well described by a 3D-type nucleation process. The resulting deposits consist of Pd–Ni alloys of different compositions, all electrocrystallized in a disordered fcc phase; depending on the electrodeposition parameters, different morphologies and compositions are obtained. It is found that when the electrodeposition potential is high and the Pd content in the feeding solution is low, the substrate coating is more efficient and the deposit morphology tends to refine into dendritic-like structures, making this kind of deposit quite interesting for using as electrodes in electrochemical devices. Room temperature magnetic measurements indicate that the samples are soft ferromagnetic …

FePd nanowires modified with cyclodextrin as improved catalysts: effect of the alloy composition on colloidal stability and catalytic capacity

Authors

Elisa Herrera,Julieta Riva,Soledad Aprea,O Fernando Silva,Paula G Bercoff,Alejandro M Granados

Journal

Catalysis Science & Technology

Published Date

2022

In the present work, FePd nanowires of different compositions, namely Fe85Pd15, Fe65Pd35, Fe55Pd45 and Fe0Pd100, were synthesized by electrodeposition into the nanopores of alumina membranes. The samples were characterized by XRD, SEM, EDS, XPS, and magnetometry. The surface of the nanowires was functionalized with a cyclodextrin derivative (βCDMOD14) to obtain stable aqueous dispersions. A comprehensive study on the relationship between the alloy composition and the catalytic capacity of FePd nanowires (FePdNWs) modified with βCDMOD14 was conducted through the analysis of the rate constants (kobs) of the reduction reaction of 4-nitrophenol to 4-aminophenol with sodium borohydride mediated by the FePdNWs in water. The highest value of kobs was observed for Fe55Pd45 NWs, but the catalytic performance of Fe65Pd35 NWs was similar to the previous one, in spite of its lower Pd …

Magnetic iron oxides nanoparticles obtained by mechanochemical reactions from different solid precursors

Authors

Pedro A Calderon Bedoya,Pablo M Botta,Paula G Bercoff,Maria A Fanovich

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2021/4/15

In this study, iron oxide nanoparticles (NPs) were successfully prepared from three different reactive systems by using mechanochemical synthesis. The effect of using iron salts with different oxidation state and the addition of metallic Fe to the mixture reactive was investigated. The influence of different mechanochemical treatments times on the structural and magnetic properties of the obtained iron oxide NPs was also studied. Composition, crystal structure and morphology of the nanoparticles were analyzed by XRD, Raman spectroscopy, SEM, TEM and DLS techniques. The obtained crystalline NPs exhibited mean sizes of about 8–10 nm and agglomerate in clusters of about 300 nm. Also, magnetic properties as a function of temperature and applied field were determined for the obtained iron oxide NPs, showing high magnetization in the whole temperature range. The results indicated that the presence of …

Effect of B-Site Order–Disorder in the Structure and Magnetism of the New Perovskite Family La2MnB′O6 with B′ = Ti, Zr, and Hf

Authors

Diana M Arciniegas Jaimes,Juan M De Paoli,Vivian Nassif,Paula G Bercoff,Germán Tirao,Raul E Carbonio,Fernando Pomiro

Journal

Inorganic Chemistry

Published Date

2021/3/11

In this work, we report the synthesis as well as the structural and magnetic characterization of the three perovskites La2MnB′O6 (B′ = Ti, Zr, and Hf). Interestingly, only La2MnTiO6 crystallizes in the monoclinic double perovskite space group P21/n, with a complete rocksalt order of the B-site cations, whereas La2MnZrO6 and La2MnHfO6 crystallize in the orthorhombic simple perovskite space group Pbnm, with complete disorder in the B site. Moreover, the magnetic susceptibility at low temperatures shows clear antiferromagnetic transitions below 10 K for the three compounds, but only the Ti-based perovskite has long-range magnetic ordering. The latter compound has an antiferromagnetic type-II structure described by the PS-1 magnetic space group, while the other two have a spin-glass behavior below the transition temperature due to both spin disorder and competing superexchange interactions in the systems …

FePd nanowires modified with cyclodextrin. Characterization and catalytic properties evaluated by a model reduction reaction

Authors

Elisa Herrera,M Soledad Aprea,Julieta S Riva,O Fernando Silva,Paula G Bercoff,Alejandro Granados

Journal

Applied Surface Science

Published Date

2020/11/1

FePd and Pd nanowires (NWs), were synthesized by electrodeposition into a nanoporous alumina membrane and superficially functionalized with a modified β-cyclodextrin (βCDMOD14). A complete description is provided, at the molecular level, of the modified surface supported by FT-IR and XPS spectroscopy data. FePd NWs@βCDMOD14 showed excellent catalytic activity in the reduction reaction of 4-nitrophenol with NaBH4, being 10 times higher than NWs without βCDMOD14 and even better than Pd NWs@βCDMOD14.

Synthesis and characteristics of CMK-3 modified with magnetite nanoparticles for application in hydrogen storage

Authors

Lisandro F Venosta,Juliana M Juárez,Oscar A Anunziata,Paula G Bercoff,Marcos B Gómez Costa

Journal

Journal of Nanoparticle Research

Published Date

2020/8

In this work, we report the synthesis and characterization of iron oxide nanoparticles supported in nanostructured carbon (CMK-3). This material is promising in the application of hydrogen adsorption for energy storage. The material with iron oxide nanoparticles (Fe-CMK-3) was successfully synthesized and characterized by X-ray diffraction, textural properties analysis, transmission and scanning electron microscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and magnetization studies. A large amount of the iron incorporated as iron oxide nanoparticles was in the magnetite phase. The incorporation of magnetite on the CMK-3 carbon surface significantly improved the storage capacity of hydrogen (4.45 wt% at 77 K and 10 bar) compared with the CMK-3 framework alone (2.20 wt% at 77 K and 10 bar). The synthesized material is promising for hydrogen adsorption by weak bond forces (physisorption). A hydrogen …

Magnetic and electric characterization of different Ni systems comprising cylindrical nanowires

Authors

Fernando Meneses,Paula Gabriela Bercoff

Published Date

2020

Cylindrical Ni nanowires (NWs) were synthesized by templateassisted electrodeposition using porous alumina membranes made through a two-step anodization process. Different morphologies of the NWs were obtained by varying the templates and electrodeposition parameters. In this chapter we review the results on the magnetic and electric properties of different systems made up of the so-obtained Ni NWs. The magnetic anisotropy as a function of temperature was studied in a set of three NWs arrays with different diameters and surface topographies. We found that coercivity HC increases with temperature in arrays of NWs with rough surfaces and small diameters (≤ 65 nm). For thicker wires (200 nm in diameter) and relatively smooth surfaces, HC decreases as temperature rises. The experimentally determined coercive fields were compared with results of micromagnetic calculations and the value of the effective magnetic anisotropy was estimated from the hysteresis loops measured at different temperatures, in good agreement. We show that the observed temperature dependence of HC does not arise from an intrinsic property of pure Ni alone, but also from the NWs arrays microsctructure. An inhomogeneous Ni nanostructure (nano-brush) composed of a NWs array and a top layer attached to it was synthesized, having each component the same Ni mass. The magnetic properties were investigated, comparing the results of the whole structure with those obtained for the separate parts, a single layer and a NWs array alone. We show that it is possible to control the nano-brush magnetic behavior through the coupling of the layer and the NWs …

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What is Paula G. Bercoff's h-index at Universidad Nacional de Córdoba?

The h-index of Paula G. Bercoff has been 15 since 2020 and 23 in total.

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High temperature magnetic and structural transformations in Fe-Pd nanowires

Enhancement of the electrochemical oxygen evolution reaction by light and external magnetic fields, using hybrid electrodes made by Langmuir-Blodgett

Metallic nanoparticles-based drug delivery for pancreatic cancer

Effective anisotropy in Fe-Ni nanowire arrays with strong dipolar interaction

PELÍCULAS MAGÉNTICAS DE NANOPARTÍCULAS DE Fe3O4 RECUBIERTAS CON ÁCIDO OLEICO UTILIZANDO LA TÉCNICA DE LANGMUIR-BLODGETT

Influence of the milling materials on the mechanochemical synthesis of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles

Superconductivity in the amorphous phase of the half-Heusler TiNiSn alloy

Temperature dependence of magnetic anisotropy in a cylindrical Fe65Pd35 nanowire array

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are the top articles of Paula G. Bercoff at Universidad Nacional de Córdoba.

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The research interests of Paula G. Bercoff are: Materiales magnéticos, Nanoestructuras, Nanopartículas, Cerámicos

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Paula G. Bercoff has 1,617 citations in total.

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