Journal of Applied Physics
Biochemistry | Chemistry | Life Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Physics
We present our recent simulated results on Cr (5 nm)/ Cu (5 nm)/ Co (5 nm)/ Cu (3 nm)/ Co (2 nm) pseudo-spin valve dots. The simulated results agree qualitatively with the experimental results. Three different sizes of elliptical dots, and were simulated. Our simulations show that in these types of dots magnetization reversal occurs by the formation of domain walls: for and for No domain wall was observed in the reversal of the dots. For such dots, the simulated loops show a small two-step reversal pattern with the thin upper layer partially reversing followed by complete reversal of both layers at higher fields. In the larger dots, a two-step reversal is clearly observed both in the simulation and experiment
Copper, domain walls, magentization reversals, carbon dioxide
© 2002 American Institute of Physics
Dao, NgocNga; Whittenburg, Scott L.; Hao, Y.; Malkinski, Leszek M.; Wang, Jian Qing; and Ross, C. A., "Magnetization Reversal of Elliptical Co/Cu/Co Pseudo-Spin Valve Dots" (2002). Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Publications. 66.
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