Locally Resolved Magnetic Resonance in Ferromagnetic Layers and Films

  • J. Pelzl
  • U. Netzelmann
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 47)

Abstract

Recent widespread interest in the research and application potential of ferromagnetic films and layers owes much to the fact that many of their magnetic properties differ from those of the bulk materials. One reason for this difference is the reduced dimensionality of the interaction space which gives rise to different anisotropic fields. Furthermore, modern processing techniques enable new materials to be produced, such as sandwiches of layers with alternating magnetic properties.

Keywords

Nickel Microwave Anisotropy Chromium Ferrite 

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