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Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy in Co/Pt multilayers studied from a view point of anisotropy of magnetic Compton profiles
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Magnetic Compton profiles (MCPs) of Co/Pt multilayers have been measured from a view point of perpendicular magnetic anisotropy (PMA). The PMA and the MCPs are discussed in the present Co/Pt results together with the previous Co/Pd results. The anisotropies of the MCPs have been decomposed into each magnetic quantum number , 1, and 2. The decomposition analysis has suggested that the state contributes to the PMA when the multilayerfilms change in-plane magnetic anisotropy to the PMA, and that the state contributes to the PMA when the multilayerfilms have large PMA energy.
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