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Influence of magnetic anisotropy distribution on interactions in Co-Cr-Ta thin films

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4 Author(s)
Suzuki, Hiroyuki ; Data Storage Retrieval Syst. Div., Hitachi Ltd., Odawara, Japan ; Kodama, N. ; Bissell, Philip R. ; Chantrel, R.W.

In-plane remanence properties of Co-Cr-Ta thin films have been previously investigated in order to quantify magnetic interaction effects parallel to, and transverse to, the transfer direction. Samples were prepared at two deposition rates of the Cr underlayer. Magnetic layers deposited on high deposition rate Cr underlayer had lower peak heights of ΔI and small coefficients of |dΔI/dH|max. These properties were investigated for magnetic layer thicknesses between 20 and 100 nm. The magnetic interactions became stronger as the magnetic anisotropy increased with the decrease of the magnetic layer thickness

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Nov 1995

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