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In the present study element specific magnetic hysteresis (ESMH) loops for Mn-Ir/Co-Fe bilayers with different chemical ordering of Mn-Ir layer by XMCD technique is determined.
The exchange bias of the ferromagnetic (FM) and antiferromagnetic (AFM) bilayer having L1/sub 2/-type ordered structure has been investigated within the framework of Heisenberg model. The triangle… (More)
The spin torque oscillation (STO) due to magnetic resonance is investigated in term of the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert (LLG) equation. An analytic formula of the LLG equation with macro-spins describes a… (More)
Micromagnetic studies based on the LLG-type computer simulations [ I j have been done in order to examine the recording process on longitudinal thin-iilm media. We especially focused on the effects… (More)
We study the influence of the spin torque, which depends on the space and time derivative of magnetization, on magnetization reversal time in a ferromagnetic fine particle. The spin torque operates… (More)
Nowadays, the objects for magnetics are spreading to various fields. Under those circumstance, the requirements to theoretical analysis increase, i.e. a simple modeling, numerical prediction, etc.… (More)
A novel model of the magnetic domain wall is obtained in order to consider its arbitrary spin structure including the ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic spin system. The width δ of a magnetic domain… (More)
This paper discusses the appearance of the non-collinear spin structure in the ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic (FM/AFM) bilayer system with the Ll/sub 2/-type ordered AFM alloy. The model is within… (More)
We have studied electron magnetic resonance (EMR) in ferromagnetic-metal nanoparticle systems which show promise as a component of left-handed metamaterials. Metallic Ni nanoparticles of about 8 nm… (More)
In this paper, the exchange bias phenomenon in the antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic bilayer plays an important role to suppress the magnetic domain structure in the ferromagnetic thin film.