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  • extra large unidirectional Anisotropy Constant of co fe mn ir bilayers with ultra thin antiferromagnetic layer
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2002
    Co-Authors: Masakiyo Tsunoda, Kazuhiro Nishikawa, Thorsten Damm, Takahiko Hashimoto, Migaku Takahashi

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    Abstract Unidirectional Anisotropy Constant, JK, of Co1−xFex/Mn–Ir bilayer was investigated as a function of the Fe concentration, x. As a result, we obtained an extra large value of JK, which exceeds 0.5 erg/cm2, at x=0.3–0.4 with the ultra-thin (50–100 A) Mn–Ir layer. The blocking temperature of Co0.7Fe0.3 40 A/Mn–Ir 100 A bilayer was 290°C, which is sufficiently high for the application of spin valve giant magnetoresistive devices.

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  • single spin ensemble model for the change of unidirectional Anisotropy Constant by annealing on polycrystalline ferromagnetic antiferromagnetic bilayers
    Journal of Applied Physics, 2000
    Co-Authors: Masakiyo Tsunoda, Migaku Takahashi

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    A model for the exchange coupled polycrystalline ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic (F/AF) bilayers is proposed in order to discuss the mechanism of the change of the unidirectional Anisotropy Constant (JK) of the bilayers by thermal annealing. The AF layer is treated as an aggregation of the AF grains whose magnetic Anisotropy axes lay in the film plane with two-dimensionally random distribution. Two stable states concerning the direction of the AF spins are calculated for the AF grain. Determining the populations of the AF grains in each state in thermal equilibrium, total energy of the system is obtained, which provides the magnetization curves and the magnetic torque curves of the F/AF bilayers. The calculated results show the reduction of JK with increasing the equilibrium temperature, which is due to the changes of the probability functions for the respective spin alignments of the AF grain. We conclude that the changes in JK do not necessarily need any changes of the microstructure and the intrinsic p…

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  • extra large unidirectional Anisotropy Constant of co fe mn ir bilayers with ultra thin antiferromagnetic layer
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2002
    Co-Authors: Masakiyo Tsunoda, Kazuhiro Nishikawa, Thorsten Damm, Takahiko Hashimoto, Migaku Takahashi

    Abstract:

    Abstract Unidirectional Anisotropy Constant, JK, of Co1−xFex/Mn–Ir bilayer was investigated as a function of the Fe concentration, x. As a result, we obtained an extra large value of JK, which exceeds 0.5 erg/cm2, at x=0.3–0.4 with the ultra-thin (50–100 A) Mn–Ir layer. The blocking temperature of Co0.7Fe0.3 40 A/Mn–Ir 100 A bilayer was 290°C, which is sufficiently high for the application of spin valve giant magnetoresistive devices.

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  • single spin ensemble model for the change of unidirectional Anisotropy Constant by annealing on polycrystalline ferromagnetic antiferromagnetic bilayers
    Journal of Applied Physics, 2000
    Co-Authors: Masakiyo Tsunoda, Migaku Takahashi

    Abstract:

    A model for the exchange coupled polycrystalline ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic (F/AF) bilayers is proposed in order to discuss the mechanism of the change of the unidirectional Anisotropy Constant (JK) of the bilayers by thermal annealing. The AF layer is treated as an aggregation of the AF grains whose magnetic Anisotropy axes lay in the film plane with two-dimensionally random distribution. Two stable states concerning the direction of the AF spins are calculated for the AF grain. Determining the populations of the AF grains in each state in thermal equilibrium, total energy of the system is obtained, which provides the magnetization curves and the magnetic torque curves of the F/AF bilayers. The calculated results show the reduction of JK with increasing the equilibrium temperature, which is due to the changes of the probability functions for the respective spin alignments of the AF grain. We conclude that the changes in JK do not necessarily need any changes of the microstructure and the intrinsic p…

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  • measuring the magnetoelastic Anisotropy Constant in manganite epitaxial thin films
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2004
    Co-Authors: J I Arnaudas, A Del Moral, M Ciria, L Benito, C De La Fuente, M R Ibarra, M Bibes, Ll Balcells, J Fontcuberta

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    Abstract We present direct measurement and indirect determination of the irreducible magnetoelastic stress coefficient B1 performed in La2/3Ca1/3MnO3 epitaxial thin films grown on SrTiO3(0 0 1) and LaAlO3(0 0 1) substrates. The values obtained are, respectively, −13 and −16 MPa. These results suggest the magnetoelastic origin of the magnetic Anisotropy energy that induces out-of-plane magnetization in La2/3Ca1/3MnO3/LaAlO3 (0 0 1) thin films.

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  • macroscopic random magnetic Anisotropy Constant in crystalline dyxy1 xal2 x 0 3 0 4
    Journal of Applied Physics, 1994
    Co-Authors: A Del Moral, M Ciria, J I Arnaudas, J S Abell

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    Cooling in a weak magnetic field the random magnetic Anisotropy (RMA) spin glasses DyxY1−xAl2 (x=0.3, 0.4) induces unidirectional and uniaxial anisotropies, on top of the cubic coherent one. The unidirectional Anisotropy Constant KRMAu has been determined at 3.8 K, amounting at zero applied field 127 and 255 J/m3 for x=0.3 and 0.4, respectively. The predicted model ratio between KRMAu and the uniaxial Constant KRMAa, i.e., KRMAa=2KRMAu, has been confirmed. As by‐product the relevant RMA parameter D2/J, where D is the RMA crystal field strength and J, the exchange Constant has been determined, as well as separate estimates of D and J.

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