The remagnetization process feature of trilayer nanodisks
Ognev, A. V., Stebliy, M. E., Samardak, A. S., Nogaret, A. and Chebotkevich, L. A., 2011. The remagnetization process feature of trilayer nanodisks. Solid State Phenomena, 168-169, pp. 249-252.
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The remagnetization process and the distribution of magnetic moments in arrays of trilayer nanodisks Co(10 nm)/Pd(0.8 nm)/Co(10 nm) with diameters D = 200 and 400 nm were studied by the magnetooptical Kerr effect (MOKE) and magnetic force microscopy (MFM). It is shown that in the nanodisks with D = 200 nm the magnetisation reversal process can be carried out by the vortex states or one-domain configurations with the antiparallel orientation of moments in the adjacent ferromagnetic layers. In arrays of nanodisks with D = 400 nm the vortex states are formed only.
|Creators||Ognev, A. V., Stebliy, M. E., Samardak, A. S., Nogaret, A. and Chebotkevich, L. A.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
|Additional Information||4th Euro-Asian Symposium "Trends in MAGnetism": Nanospintronics, EASTMAG-2010. 28 June - July 2 2010. Ekaterinburg, Russia.|
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