Interaction of Tops of Domains in Metal Nano of the Film


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Ferromagnetic film can be a matrix for recording information with the help of magnetic moments of electrons. The study of the processes of changing the magnetic structure in an electron-transmission microscope makes it possible to investigate micro magnetic phenomena. In this paper, we investigate the interaction between the vertices of neighboring regions. It is shown how the magnetic structure of the vertices of the domains changes as they approach each other with the help of an increasing constant magnetic field applied along the axis of easy magnetization. The distance was measured between the vertices of the domains. The schemes of distribution of the magnetization vectors between interacting vertices are shown. These schemes are made from experimental images of the magnetic structure. The distances between domain vertices and domain walls were compared on the basis of experimental data. The film thickness is 50 nm; the structure is Ni0.83-Fe0.17. The films were obtained by the method proposed by us. From the experimental results it follows that the interaction of the domain walls is observed at a distance of 20 microns and the interaction of the domain vertices is manifested at a distance of 100 μm.



Edited by:

Dr. Denis Solovev




V.P. Panaetov and D. B. Solovev, "Interaction of Tops of Domains in Metal Nano of the Film", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 771-775, 2019

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February 2019




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