Shape-dependent magnetization reversal processes and flux-closure configurations of microstructured epitaxial Fe(110) elements

C. König, M. Sperlich, R. Heinesch, R. Calarco, J. O. Hauch, U. Rüdiger, G. Güntherodt, S. Kirsch, B. Özyilmaz, A. D. Kent

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    The magnetization reversal processes and magnetic domain states of microstructured epitaxial Fe(110) elements have been investigated by magnetic-force microscopy and longitudinal Kerr hysteresis loop measurements. The characteristic micromagnetic behavior, such as coercive and nucleation fields, can be tailored by taking advantage of the pronounced uniaxial anisotropy and by varying the shape of the elements. The magnetic domain states of rectangular and diamond-shaped elements with lateral dimensions of 1.5 μmX0.5 μm have been investigated after magnetic saturation along the long and short axes of the elements. The observed flux-closure domain states have been compared with micromagnetic simulations.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)3648-3650
    Number of pages3
    JournalApplied Physics Letters
    Volume79
    Issue number22
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Nov 26 2001

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    König, C., Sperlich, M., Heinesch, R., Calarco, R., Hauch, J. O., Rüdiger, U., ... Kent, A. D. (2001). Shape-dependent magnetization reversal processes and flux-closure configurations of microstructured epitaxial Fe(110) elements. Applied Physics Letters, 79(22), 3648-3650. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1418033

    Shape-dependent magnetization reversal processes and flux-closure configurations of microstructured epitaxial Fe(110) elements. / König, C.; Sperlich, M.; Heinesch, R.; Calarco, R.; Hauch, J. O.; Rüdiger, U.; Güntherodt, G.; Kirsch, S.; Özyilmaz, B.; Kent, A. D.

    In: Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 79, No. 22, 26.11.2001, p. 3648-3650.

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    König, C, Sperlich, M, Heinesch, R, Calarco, R, Hauch, JO, Rüdiger, U, Güntherodt, G, Kirsch, S, Özyilmaz, B & Kent, AD 2001, 'Shape-dependent magnetization reversal processes and flux-closure configurations of microstructured epitaxial Fe(110) elements', Applied Physics Letters, vol. 79, no. 22, pp. 3648-3650. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1418033
    König, C. ; Sperlich, M. ; Heinesch, R. ; Calarco, R. ; Hauch, J. O. ; Rüdiger, U. ; Güntherodt, G. ; Kirsch, S. ; Özyilmaz, B. ; Kent, A. D. / Shape-dependent magnetization reversal processes and flux-closure configurations of microstructured epitaxial Fe(110) elements. In: Applied Physics Letters. 2001 ; Vol. 79, No. 22. pp. 3648-3650.
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