Spin Dynamics in Exchange—Spring Nanosystems: A Short Review
Exchange spring magnetic materials are a specific class of media, which consist of a hard and a soft magnetic component. One of the fundamental interests in these materials is their ability to maintain the excellent thermo-magnetic stability of the hard ferromagnetic phase. The addition of a soft magnetic phase will allow the reduction and to a certain extent, the tailoring of the reversal or switching field for such a system. Such materials are of fundamental interest in the magnetic recording industry and in particular the advent of perpendicular media. In this review we concentrate on the dynamic magnetic processes, such as magnetization reversal and precessional motion, associated with these materials. We consider the theoretical aspects, which are of importance in the description of the magnetization processes as well as experimental studies in exchange coupled media.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: August 1, 2011
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