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Title: Antiphase resonance at X-ray irradiated microregions in amorphous Fe80B20 stripes
Authors: Urdiroz, U.
Gómez, A.
Magaz, M.
Granados, D.
Sánchez Agudo, M.
Rubio Zuazo, J.
Castro, G. R.
Stan, C.
Tamura, N.
Padmore, H. A.
Müller, C.
McCord, J.
Cebollada, F.
Palomares, F. J.
González, J. M.
Keywords: Amorphous Fe80B20;X ray irradiation;Anisotropy induction;Kerr microscopy inhomogeneous;Ferromagnetic resonance
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2021
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.jmmm.2020.167017
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Citation: Journal fo Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 520: 167017(2021)
Abstract: We report on the induction, through X-ray irradiation, of local anisotropy modifications in amorphous Fe80B20 stripes prepared by laser lithography from 15 nm thick films deposited by pulsed laser ablation. Those anisotropy modifications, taking place in a zone having a dimension of 15 μm around the X-ray beam (2 µm width) incidence area center point, lead to an effective transverse-to-the-stripe long axis local magnetic easy axis that can be exploited to stably localize a 180° domain wall, in remanence after saturation with a transverse-to the stripe easy axis dc field. Upon stabilizing that wall it is possible to excite spatially inhomogeneous ferromagnetic resonances nearby the irradiated region (IR). The time dependencies of the magnetization precession at both sides of the IR exhibit a uniform phase shift of 180° over distances of the order of 20 μm from the stabilized domain wall.
Description: Highlights X-ray irradiation of amorphous stripes allows to stabilize a transverse 180o wall. An inhomogeneous resonance can be excited with a 180° phase-shift across the wall. That phase-shift can be exploited into the design of magnonic devices.
E-ISSN: 1873-4766
ISSN: 0304-8853
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