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Transmission electron microscopy study of the intermixing of Fe–Pt multilayers
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10.1063/1.2884347
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FIG. 1.

HAADF image of the as-prepared multilayer stack.

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Pt (---) and Fe (—) concentration across the Fe–Pt multilayer stack (EDXS data) (a) as-prepared and after annealing at (b) and (c) .

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Normalized amplitude of the Pt concentration modulation after annealing. The data show averages and standard deviations of the three central layers. Dotted lines mark plateau regions (see text).

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High-resolution images, bright-field images, and electron diffraction patterns after annealing at (a) , (b) , and (c) . The diffraction spots are assigned to the different phases as follows: white circles: MgO, dotted circles: Fe, white arrows: Pt, and black arrows: FePt. Arrows above bright-field images denote the position of Pt layers. Figs. 4(a) and 4(c) show also the position of the electron beam stopper.

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Equilibrium phase diagram of the Fe–Pt system (after Ref. 16).

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Diffusion lengths in the FePt system. Diffusion data were taken from Table I. Diffusion time was chosen according to the experimental annealing times. 1: Fe in Fe, 2: Pt in , 3: Fe in Pt, 4: Pt in , 5: Fe in , 6: Pt in Pt, 7: Pt in Fe, 8: Pt in , and 9: Fe in .

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Intermixing model describing the effects of annealing of Fe–Pt multilayers. (a) Initial multilayer structure. (b) After initial intermixing -ordered and form. (c) At a later stage of intermixing -ordered FePt nucleates, most likely near the position of the initial interfaces.

Tables

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Table I.

Activation parameters for the diffusion in the FePt system.

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Scitation: Transmission electron microscopy study of the intermixing of Fe–Pt multilayers
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/103/6/10.1063/1.2884347
10.1063/1.2884347
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