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Magnetization reversal of layers separated by a nonmagnetic spacer
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21.Spin-flip scattering, which is sensitive to the component of perpendicular to , was not measured. Calculations show that due to the small magnitude of , any spin-flip scattering from our samples would be weak enough to make such measurements impractical.
23.Or one layer with zero and the other layer with nonzero .
24. and were fitted simultaneously, and plotted as .
25.Reference 9 suggests that some local AF interlayer coupling may be present in the spacer sample but that such coupling is canceled out when considering the sample as whole.
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