Beilstein Arch. 2021, 202193. https://doi.org/10.3762/bxiv.2021.93.v1
Published 28 Dec 2021
We have investigated the low-temperature magnetoresistive properties of a thin epitaxial Pd0.92Fe0.08 film at different directions of the current and the applied magnetic field. The obtained experimental results are well described within an assumption of a single-domain magnetic state of the film. In a wide range of the appled field directions, the magnetization reversal proceeds in two steps via the intermediate easy axis. An epitaxial heterostructure of two magnetically separated ferromagnetic layers, Pd0.92Fe0.08/Ag/Pd0.96Fe0.04, was synthesized and studied with the dc magnetometry. Its magnetic configuration diagram has been constructed and the conditions have been determined for a controllable switching between stable parallel, orthogonal, and antiparallel arrangements of magnetic moments of the layers.
Keywords: Pd-Fe alloy, thin epitaxial film, magnetization reversal, anisotropic magnetoresistance
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Yanilkin, I.; Gumarov, A.; Gizzatullina, G.; Yusupov, R.; Tagirov, L. Beilstein Arch. 2021, 202193. doi:10.3762/bxiv.2021.93.v1
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