Micromagnetics of mesoscopic epitaxial (110) Fe elements with nanoshaped ends

J. Yu, U. Rüdiger, L. Thomas, S. S P Parkin, A. D. Kent

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    The magnetization reversal and magnetic domain configurations of 0.5-μm-wide epitaxial (110) Fe particles with rectangular and needle-shaped ends and competing magnetic anisotropies have been investigated. Magnetic force microscopy imaging and longitudinal Kerr hysteresis loop measurements in conjunction with micromagnetic simulations have been used to elucidate the basic micromagnetic behavior. End shape is shown to be a determining factor for the nucleation of magnetization reversal and the resulting magnetic domain configurations.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)5501-5503
    Number of pages3
    JournalJournal of Applied Physics
    Volume85
    Issue number8 II B
    StatePublished - Apr 15 1999

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    magnetic domains
    magnetization
    magnetic force microscopy
    configurations
    needles
    hysteresis
    nucleation
    anisotropy
    simulation

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    Yu, J., Rüdiger, U., Thomas, L., Parkin, S. S. P., & Kent, A. D. (1999). Micromagnetics of mesoscopic epitaxial (110) Fe elements with nanoshaped ends. Journal of Applied Physics, 85(8 II B), 5501-5503.

    Micromagnetics of mesoscopic epitaxial (110) Fe elements with nanoshaped ends. / Yu, J.; Rüdiger, U.; Thomas, L.; Parkin, S. S P; Kent, A. D.

    In: Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 85, No. 8 II B, 15.04.1999, p. 5501-5503.

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    Yu, J, Rüdiger, U, Thomas, L, Parkin, SSP & Kent, AD 1999, 'Micromagnetics of mesoscopic epitaxial (110) Fe elements with nanoshaped ends', Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 85, no. 8 II B, pp. 5501-5503.
    Yu J, Rüdiger U, Thomas L, Parkin SSP, Kent AD. Micromagnetics of mesoscopic epitaxial (110) Fe elements with nanoshaped ends. Journal of Applied Physics. 1999 Apr 15;85(8 II B):5501-5503.
    Yu, J. ; Rüdiger, U. ; Thomas, L. ; Parkin, S. S P ; Kent, A. D. / Micromagnetics of mesoscopic epitaxial (110) Fe elements with nanoshaped ends. In: Journal of Applied Physics. 1999 ; Vol. 85, No. 8 II B. pp. 5501-5503.
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