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Spin dynamics triggered by subterahertz magnetic field pulses
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FIG. 1.

(a) Scanning electron microscope image of the optical switch with schematic representation of the photocurrent autocorrelation experiment to determine the current pulse characteristics of the LT-GaAs photo switch. (b) Optical microscope image of the optical switch area including the patterned magnetic Fe structures at both sides: an array of two micron-sized structures to the left and an Fe stripe pattern to the right. On top, the schematic representation of the experiment to monitor the magnetization dynamics is given.

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FIG. 2.

(a) Current vs voltage characteristics of the photoswitch structure ( gap) under illumination varying the laser power from 1 to 17 mW, showing the nonlinearity of the photocurrent with the illumination power. (b) Photocurrent autocorrelation ( gap structure, 3 V gap voltage). The solid line shows the analysis using a double exponential decay of the photocurrent toward zero delay between the two laser pulses illuminating the gap.

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FIG. 3.

Magnetic response of a 30 nm thick Fe stripe pattern on the center conductor for the short time scale for different voltages, 0 (reference), 28, and 60 V, applied to the photoconductive switch. Overlaid on the data, the results of the micromagnetic simulation are shown (dashed line). In the inset, the signal for 28 V is shown on a larger time scale. As a reference a Gaussian function (3 ps) is plotted to indicate the field pulse (dotted line).


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Scitation: Spin dynamics triggered by subterahertz magnetic field pulses