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Laser induced spin precession in highly anisotropic granular L10
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The dynamic magnetic properties of a highly anisotropic, granular L10 FePt thin film in magnetic fields up to 7 T are investigated using time-resolved magneto-optical Kerr effect measurements. We find that ultrashort laser pulses induce coherent spin precession in the granular FePt sample. Frequencies of spin precession up to over 400 GHz are observed, which are strongly field and temperature dependent. The high frequencies can be ascribed to the high value of the magnetocrystalline anisotropy constant K u leading to large anisotropy fields H a of up to 10.7 T at 170 K. A Gilbert damping parameter of α ∼ 0.1 was derived from the lifetimes of the oscillations.
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