Temperature and thickness dependence of the magnetization reversal in DyFe2/YFe2 exchange-coupled superlattices View Full Text


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2009-10-17

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K. Dumesnil, S. Fernandez, A. Avisou, C. Dufour, A. Rogalev, F. Wilhelm, E. Snoeck

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[ DyFe2/YFe2] superlattices have been grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy. The magnetic properties of this hard/soft composite system, the components of which are exchange-coupled at the interfaces, have been investigated in the 10 K–300 K temperature range, with a specific attention paid to the influence of the soft and hard materials thicknesses. In order to unravel the very rich magnetization reversal processes, conventional susceptibility and magnetization measurements have been combined with element-selective X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism analysis. The superlattice with thin individual thicknesses ([ 1nm DyFe2/4 nm YFe2] 70) reverses as a unique giant ferrimagnetic block in which the exchange-favoured antiparallel arrangement between net magnetizations is maintained under a magnetic field. In the superlattices with large individual thicknesses ([ 10 nm DyFe2/13 nm YFe2] 18 and [ 10 nm DyFe2/20 nm YFe2] 13), the expected exchange spring behaviour is observed: the soft YFe2 layers reverse for positive bias fields, followed by the irreversible switch of the hard DyFe2 layers. In the case of intermediate thickness for the individual DyFe2 layers ([ 3 nm DyFe2/12 nm YFe2] 22, [ 5 nm DyFe2/20 nm YFe2] 13, [ 7 nm DyFe2/28 nm YFe2] 10), the magnetization reversal process strongly depends on temperature. In particular, an unusual magnetization reversal process occurs in the high temperature range where it becomes easier to reverse the hard DyFe2 layers for positive fields, while maintaining the dominant YFe2 magnetization along the field direction. More... »

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