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Stress dependence of ferromagnetic resonance and magnetic anisotropy in a thin NiMnSb film on InP(001)
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10.The easy axis was aligned with the stretching direction of the piezostack PSt (Piezomechanik GmbH, Germany). Using a strain gauge we found that applying a maximum voltage of resulted in a maximum strain of . This was consistent with the manufacturer’s specifications.
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16.In the FMR experiments we have restricted ourselves to to avoid damage at the VNA input in case of an electrical discharge. Using the strain gauge we measured of at .
17.In a macrospin model and Stoner-Wohlfarth formalism, the coercive and uniaxial anisotropy fields are expected to be the same and to behave identically.
21.Following G. Counil, J.-V. Kim, T. Devolder, C. Chappert, K. Shigeto, and Y. Otani [J. Appl. Phys. 95, 5646 (2004)], one might correct for the spin-wave excitation with due to the finite width of the CPW’s central conductor. The correction increases the uniaxial anisotropy coefficient by about 10%.
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