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Magnetisation reversal in permalloy nanowires controlled by near-field charge interactions
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FIG. 1.

(a) Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) image of a structure showing the horizontal wire in which the THHDW travels and the tripod which pins the DW. Inset: high magnification image of the wire-tripod region. (b) and (c) magnetostatic charge distribution corresponding, respectively, to the attractive interaction and the repulsive one. Black corresponds to positive charge and white to negative. N.B.: The alternation of white and black pixels in the tripod in (b) and (c) is due to the curved geometry causing a “staircase” rearrangement of the pixels.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online)Depinning field values (scattered data points) as a function d, the tripod-wire separation, for the [+3,+2] (top), and the attractive interaction [−3,+2] (bottom). The horizontal solid line is the average propagation field value. OOMMF simulations are represented by the linked dots. Solid line is a fitting of the experimental data with a point charge model. Insets: schematics of the orientations for the two interactions treated in this paper. Red (+) regions denote positive charge density, Blue (−) denotes negative charge density.


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Scitation: Magnetisation reversal in permalloy nanowires controlled by near-field charge interactions