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Crystallographic Angle and Temperature Dependence of Giant‐Anisotropy Ferrimagnetic‐Resonance Linewidth

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Tittmann, B. ; North American Aviation Science Center, Thousand Oaks, California ; Sparks, M.

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Ferrimagnetic resonance linewidths were measured as a function of angle θ from a [100] axis in a (110) plane for an yttrium iron garnet sample doped with 0.1 at.%Ho. Near the [100] and [110] directions the linewidth has a single peak at 4.2°K which becomes a double peak at 27° and 77°K, as predicted by Sparks.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 2 )