Andrea Tillmanns

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The coercive fields of Fe/FeF2(110) bilayers above the Néel temperature of FeF2 have been studied by means of the magneto-optic Kerr effect (MOKE). To distinguish the anisotropies, the longitudinal as well as the transverse magnetization components were measured and simulated. The latter allow for a conclusion about the different magnetization reversal(More)
The exchange bias coupling at ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic interfaces in epitaxially grown Co/CoO bilayers can be intentionally enhanced by a factor of up to 4 if the antiferromagnetic CoO layer is diluted by non-magnetic defects in its volume part away from the interface. Monte Carlo simulations of a simple model consisting of a ferromagnetic layer(More)
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