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A structure of Fe–Ti–N with an in-plane average magnetization (M). An external magnetic field is applied in the negative z-direction. An oscillating magnetic field is applied in the y-direction.
Three graphical representations of the magnetization in the y-z plane of the structure for the three distinct states (with an applied field of ). The large arrow represents the average magnetization and the small arrows indicate locally averaged magnetization. (a) The initial state, (b) the intermediate state, and (c) the reversed state.
The average normalized component of magnetization for the entire structure vs time. There is an applied external field of −220 Oe. The different lines represent the results for different amplitudes of the driving field . The oscillating driving field starts at a time of 3 ns and ends at 7 ns.
Phase diagram showing the final magnetic state of the structure after applying a driving field for 4 ns in an external field . The final state is shown as a function of the driving field vs the applied field.
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