Creation of a thermally assisted skyrmion lattice in Pt/Co/Ta multilayer films

@article{Zhang2018CreationOA,
  title={Creation of a thermally assisted skyrmion lattice in Pt/Co/Ta multilayer films},
  author={Senfu Zhang and J. Zhang and Y. Wen and E. Chudnovsky and X. Zhang},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={113},
  pages={192403}
}
  • Senfu Zhang, J. Zhang, +2 authors X. Zhang
  • Published 2018
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • Applied Physics Letters
  • Neel-type magnetic skyrmions in multilayer films have recently attracted significant attention due to their stability at room temperature and low threshold for current-driven motion, offering the potential for the construction of high-speed and high-density spintronic devices. However, to date, research studies reported in the literature have rarely examined the effect of temperature on the formation and behavior of Neel-type skyrmions. Here, we investigate the effect of the temperature on the… CONTINUE READING
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