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Probing magnetic singularities during magnetization process in FePd films
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FIG. 1.

Magnetic induction mapping of the FePd thin film at 775 mT using TIE solving (3 images used for the reconstruction). The color scale used here is explained by the color wheel. Arrows are also used to emphasize the magnetic induction. Perpendicular induction (i.e., magnetization inside the domains) is deduced from the whole magnetization process (saturation state should be up).

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FIG. 2.

(a) Mesh distribution obtained for a typical magnetic bubble in our system (corresponding to the middle plane of the foil). The direction of magnetization as well as the position of the VBL have been added for clarity. (b–d) Magnetic multiresolution simulations of three different magnetic bubbles (lateral size of the view: , whole system: ). The magnetization has been integrated along the observation direction to correspond to LTEM measurements. (b) A magnetic bubble with no VBL. (c) A magnetic bubble with two VBL, both VBL contain no Bloch point (BP). (d) A magnetic bubble with two VBL, each VBL contains a BP.

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FIG. 3.

(a) Vertical Bloch line (VBL) without a Bloch point (BP). The upper Néel cap of the Bloch wall is experiencing a swirl of 360°. (b) VBL with a BP. The Néel caps on each surface remain antiparallel.


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Scitation: Probing magnetic singularities during magnetization process in FePd films