Large-scale long-range ordered anodic aluminum oxide and multilayered nanowires (NWs) are attractive to 3-D nanostructured material applications, such as high-density 3-D magnetic memory. This article demonstrates long-range ordered aluminum oxide made by simple and inexpensive double imprinting with line-patterned stamp and uniform iron-gold multilayered NWs fabricated by galvanostatic electrochemical deposition with a single electrolyte bath. These two structural features show potential for future high-density recording systems that require long-range ordered devices separated from each other by insulation to eliminate crosstalk.
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Acknowledgements: This work was supported by the National Science Foundation through the National Nano Coordinated Infrastructure Network under Award ECCS-1542202, and through the Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers Program, which was performed in the Minnesota Nano Center and the Characterization Facility, University of Minnesota, respectively.