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Correlating the nanoscale structural, magnetic and magneto-transport properties in SrRuO3-based perovskite oxide ultra-thin films

@article{Malsch2019CorrelatingTN,
  title={Correlating the nanoscale structural, magnetic and magneto-transport properties in SrRuO3-based perovskite oxide ultra-thin films},
  author={Gerald Malsch and Dmytro Ivaneyko and Peter Milde and Lena Wysocki and Lin Yang and Paul H.M. van Loosdrecht and Ionela Lindfors-Vrejoiu and Lukas M. Eng},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  year={2019}
}
We investigated the structural and magnetic properties of bare SrRuO$_3$ (SRO) ultra-thin films and SrRuO$_3$/SrIrO$_3$/SrZrO$_3$ (SRO/SIO/SZO: RIZ) trilayer heterostructures between 10 K and 80 K, by comparing macroscopic data using magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE) and magneto-transport (anomalous Hall effect: AHE), with nanoscale fingerprints when applying non-contact scanning force microscopy (nc-SFM) and magnetic force microscopy (MFM). SRO and RIZ ultra-thin films were epitaxially grown… 
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