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Structure-induced magnetic anisotropy in the system
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FIG. 1.

STM image of a -thick Fe(110) film deposited on the system at RT and subsequently annealed at . The inset shows a LEED pattern of the same film. The white arrow marks a screw dislocation.

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FIG. 2.

High-resolution cross-sectional TEM micrograph of the layer system on an substrate. The positions of the interfaces are marked by white lines. The image was taken along the in-plane [001] zone axis, which was verified by evaluating electron-diffraction patterns.

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FIG. 3.

SQUID hysteresis loop measurements of Fe(110) on with the magnetic field applied along (a) the in-plane [001] direction and (b) the in-plane direction.

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FIG. 4.

Frequencies of the Damon-Eshbach mode as a function of the in-plane rotation angle for different thicknesses of the Fe film. is measured between the external field and the Fe [001] axis. The solid lines are obtained by fitting the data as described in Sec. IV. The curves are offset for clarity.

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FIG. 5.

Anisotropy constants and for Fe(110) films of different thicknesses on a Mo(110)-buffer layer. The errors in are calculated from estimated deviations of 10% in thickness and in magnetic field. For they are smaller than the symbol size.


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Scitation: Structure-induced magnetic anisotropy in the Fe(110)∕Mo(110)∕Al2O3(112¯0) system