Journal of Applied Physics
Biochemistry | Chemistry | Life Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Physics
Regular nanosized structures are considered to be promising materials for magnetic information storage media with high density of information. Recently attention was paid to static and dynamic magnetic properties arising from dimensional confinement in such nanostructures. Here we present an investigation of permalloy antidot arrays of different thicknesses. Thin permalloyfilms of thickness ranging from were deposited on nanoporous membranes with a pore size of . It was found that additional ferromagnetic resonance peaks appear for film thicknesses below , while films with larger thicknesses show resonanceproperties similar to continuous films. A comparison between the filmsdeposited onto Si wafers and porous media was done. An evolution of the domain structures observed in MFM experiments was confirmed by micromagnetic calculations.
thin films, magnetic films, sputter deposition, permalloys, materials properties, nanomagnetism, surface structure, thin film structure, ferromagnetic resonance, static properties
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Vovk, Andriy; Malkinski, Leszek M.; Whittenburg, Scott L.; O'Connor, Charles; Jung, Jin-Seung; and Min, Suk-Hong, "Preparation, Structural Characterization, and Dynamic Properties Investigation of Permalloy Antidot Arrays" (2005). Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Publications. 62.