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Theoretical study of in-plane response of magnetic field sensor to magnetic beads magnetized by the sensor self-field
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FIG. 1.

Sketch of the system geometry and variables. The sensor is in the -plane and has an active area with side lengths and in the - and -directions, respectively. The origin of the coordinate system is in the center of the sensor. The bias current is uniformly distributed and runs from to .

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FIG. 2.

Values of the normalized average magnetic field from a single bead placed at for a square sensor and (increasing values indicated by arrow). Part (a) shows the results as function of for and part (b) shows the results as function of for . The insets show the sensor geometry and the investigated values of and are indicated by the dashed lines.

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FIG. 3.

Maximum average magnetic field relative to that for a bead placed at the center [Eq. (11) ] as a function of for a square sensor. The inset shows the position of the maximum as function of .

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FIG. 4.

Cross-section of part of sensor (gray bar) with magnetic beads placed at with , 0.5, 1, and 1.5. The magnitude and direction of the bead dipole vectors induced by the self-field are indicated by the arrows. The curves show the -component of the field from each of the beads observed on the sensor at . The dashed parts of the curves are outside the sensor area and do not contribute to the average.

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FIG. 5.

Values of for beads distributed on the active area of a square sensor and (×) for an infinite monolayer of beads over the sensor as a function of . The lines are the indicated simple analytical approximations. The inset shows and for high values of .

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FIG. 6.

Values of (a) and (b) calculated as a function of as described in the text. The lines are the analytical approximations valid for low values of described in the text.

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FIG. 7.

The value of calculated from Eq. (22) as function of . The solid line is the double-exponential approximation in Eq. (23) .

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FIG. 8.

Contours in percent of the cumulative bead signal on a sensor covered with a half-space of homogeneously distributed beads with .


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Scitation: Theoretical study of in-plane response of magnetic field sensor to magnetic beads magnetized by the sensor self-field