Materials Research in thin and ultrathin magnetic structures is a multidisciplinary field which heavily relies on state-of-the-art growth, characterization and theoretical approaches to build a comprehensive physical picture on how magnetic properties depend on interfacial structural issues, interlayer coupling and transport phenomena. Often in this field, the critical properties and characterization required necessitates knowledge of structural and magnetic phenomena extending over several atomic planes. Atomic controlled growth techniques are required and atomic sensitivity is needed from magnetic and structural probes. This critical knowledge is vital for device applications, providing the basis for the synergistic interactions that are predominant in this field of research. This volume is the definitive reference source for anyone interested in the latest advances and results of current experimental research in ultrathin film magnetism.... F., C. Ferrater, B. Martinez, A. Lousa and J. Tejada, Magnetic phase diagram of FeaY multilayers Barbier, A., see C. Boeglin Bamas, ... anisotropies of thin epitaxial Fe(110) and Co(0001) films on W(110) using Brillouin light scattering Bayreuther, G., see P. Bruno Beatrice ... F. Scheurer, B. Carna#39;Acre and J.P. Deville, Evidence of epitaxial cobalt on platinum (100) surfaces Boeglin, C., see F. Scheureranbsp;...
|Title||:||Magnetic Thin Films, Multilayers and Superlattices|
|Author||:||A. Fert, G. Güntherodt, B. Heinrich, E.E. Marinero, M. Maurer|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 1991-06-06|