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Fabrication and Magnetic Properties of \hbox {Fe}_{65}\hbox {Co}_{35}\hbox {-}\hbox {B}_{2}\hbox {O}_{3} Granular Films for High Frequency Application

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7 Author(s)
Yuhua Xiao ; Key Lab. for Magn. & Magn. Mater. of Minist. of Educ., Lanzhou Univ., Lanzhou ; Ge, Shihui ; Bangmin Zhang ; Guowei Wang
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A series of (Fe65Co35)x(B2O3>)1-x nano-granular films with different metal volume fractions x were fabricated by magnetron sputtering. High resolution transmission electron micrographs show that the film consists of bcc Fe65Co35 particles uniformly embedded in an amorphous insulating B2O3 matrix with particle size around a few nanometers. With the decrease in x from 0.66 to 0.55, the films exhibit coercivity HC not exceeding 16 Oe, along with high resistivity. Especially for the sample with x=0.61, coercivities in hard and easy axes are 3 and 13.4 Oe, respectively, 4piMS=12.5 kG, and rho reaches 2.38times103 muOmegaldrcm. The dependence of complex permeability mu = mu'-jmu'' on frequency shows that the real part mu' is more than 170 below 1.5 GHz and ferromagnetic resonance frequency reaches 2.65 GHz. The good soft magnetic property is ascribed to the exchange coupling among magnetic granules. The investigation of the DeltaM-H curve evidences the existence of this inter-granule interaction.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 6 )