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Magnetization Behaviour in Ultrathin Co/Cu/Ni/Cu(001) Trilayers

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The magnetization of ultrathin multilayer systems depends in a very sensitive way on their composition. We consider the temperature dependence of magnetization and its orientation in three types of trilayers: 2ML Co/2ML Cu/4ML Ni/Cu(001), 1ML Co/2ML Cu/4ML Ni/Cu(001) and 1ML Co/2ML Cu/3ML Ni/Cu(001). The composition of each system leads to different interdependence of ordering temperatures characterizing the ferromagnetic films. It is shown that in all cases the sublayer magnetizations change gradually their directions as a function of temperature. The use of NĂ©el sublattices concept in Valenta approach allows us to present all dependences in a layer resolved mode which leads to the conclusion that the spin reorientation process runs through non collinear magnetic superstructures.
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Keywords: MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITION; SRT; THIN FILMS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2011

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