Improved spin dynamics in soft magnetic films from 2D arrays of stripes and dots patterned by laser ablation

H. Le Gall, J. Gouzerh, J. Ben Youssef, S. Pogossian, R. Sbiaa, J. M. Desvignes, A. Fessant, D. Spenato, J. Gieraltowski

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Abstract

Alternative to photolithography process for fabrication of 2D arrays of magnetic dots is proposed from a very simple, fast and low cost technique, of laser ablation. Magnetic films with different compositions, structures (NiFe, CoZr, FeN monolayers and [Co/Cu]n multilayers) and thickness (from 100 to 300 run) have been submitted at the focalisation point of an ionized argon laser (3W CW maximum power) to a lateral movement produced by a motorized X-Y translation stage. Tracks of partial or total ablation down to the substrate can be realized with well defined width from 3 to 100 microns, depending on the laser beam defocusing and power and on the sample velocity. The possibility of different patterns corresponding to stripes, bars and square 2D arrays with different shape factor is described with size decreasing from millimeter to micron scale. It is shown that laser sputtering can induce strong changes in both static and dynamical magnetic properties of the films as discussed from the magnetization processes of domain wall at low frequency and the complex permeability in the microwave range.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal De Physique. IV : JP
Volume8
Edition2
Publication statusPublished - Jun 1998

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magnetic films
spin dynamics
laser ablation
thermal blooming
costs
argon lasers
photolithography
ablation
domain wall
permeability
sputtering
magnetic properties
low frequencies
microwaves
magnetization
fabrication
lasers

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Le Gall, H., Gouzerh, J., Ben Youssef, J., Pogossian, S., Sbiaa, R., Desvignes, J. M., ... Gieraltowski, J. (1998). Improved spin dynamics in soft magnetic films from 2D arrays of stripes and dots patterned by laser ablation. In Journal De Physique. IV : JP (2 ed., Vol. 8)

Improved spin dynamics in soft magnetic films from 2D arrays of stripes and dots patterned by laser ablation. / Le Gall, H.; Gouzerh, J.; Ben Youssef, J.; Pogossian, S.; Sbiaa, R.; Desvignes, J. M.; Fessant, A.; Spenato, D.; Gieraltowski, J.

Journal De Physique. IV : JP. Vol. 8 2. ed. 1998.

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Le Gall, H, Gouzerh, J, Ben Youssef, J, Pogossian, S, Sbiaa, R, Desvignes, JM, Fessant, A, Spenato, D & Gieraltowski, J 1998, Improved spin dynamics in soft magnetic films from 2D arrays of stripes and dots patterned by laser ablation. in Journal De Physique. IV : JP. 2 edn, vol. 8.
Le Gall H, Gouzerh J, Ben Youssef J, Pogossian S, Sbiaa R, Desvignes JM et al. Improved spin dynamics in soft magnetic films from 2D arrays of stripes and dots patterned by laser ablation. In Journal De Physique. IV : JP. 2 ed. Vol. 8. 1998
Le Gall, H. ; Gouzerh, J. ; Ben Youssef, J. ; Pogossian, S. ; Sbiaa, R. ; Desvignes, J. M. ; Fessant, A. ; Spenato, D. ; Gieraltowski, J. / Improved spin dynamics in soft magnetic films from 2D arrays of stripes and dots patterned by laser ablation. Journal De Physique. IV : JP. Vol. 8 2. ed. 1998.
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