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Study of the dynamic magnetic properties of soft CoFeB films
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) (a) Representative measurement of the complex susceptibility of the as-deposited sample at applied field showing the uniform precession mode. (b) Imaginary part of the susceptibility of the as-deposited sample for 20 and applied fields, for frequencies near the perpendicular standing spin wave resonances.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) Squared resonance frequency vs applied field for the and layers, as deposited and annealed at ; at lower frequencies (scale on left hand side) the uniform FMR mode, at higher frequencies (scale on right hand side) perpendicular standing spin wave (PSSW) mode.

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) Apparent damping parameter vs applied field. Open symbols (엯) represent as-deposited layers, filled symbols (●) represent layers annealed at . (a) (◇) and (엯) layers; to note: the particularly low of as-deposited (엯) and the increase by a factor of 5 (●) after annealing (leading to crystallization). (b) 5 (◻), 10 (⋆), 25 (▵), and (엯) , as deposited and annealed.


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Table I.

Overview of apparent damping parameter and effective magnetization for as-deposited and annealed layers of different thicknesses and of .

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Table II.

Calculated exchange stiffness constant and literature value for Co (Ref. 19).


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Scitation: Study of the dynamic magnetic properties of soft CoFeB films