Ferromagnetic resonance in a topographically modulated permalloy film

J. Sklenar, P. Tucciarone, R. J. Lee, D. Tice, Robert P. H. Chang, S. J. Lee, I. P. Nevirkovets, O. Heinonen, J. B. Ketterson

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Abstract

A major focus within the field of magnonics involves the manipulation and control of spin-wave modes. This is usually done by patterning continuous soft magnetic films. Here, we report on work in which we use topographic modifications of a continuous magnetic thin film, rather than lithographic patterning techniques, to modify the ferromagnetic resonance spectrum. To demonstrate this technique we have performed in-plane, broadband, ferromagnetic resonance studies on a 100-nm-thick permalloy film sputtered onto a colloidal crystal with individual sphere diameters of 200 nm. Effects resulting from the, ideally, sixfold-symmetric underlying colloidal crystal were studied as a function of the in-plane field angle through experiment and micromagnetic modeling. Experimentally, we find two primary modes; the ratio of the intensities of these two modes exhibits a sixfold dependence. Detailed micromagnetic modeling shows that both modes are quasiuniform and nodeless in the unit cell but that they reside in different demagnetized regions of the unit cell. Our results demonstrate that topographic modification of magnetic thin films opens additional directions for manipulating ferromagnetic resonant excitations.

Original languageEnglish
Article number134424
JournalPhysical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics
Volume91
Issue number13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 23 2015

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Magnetic thin films
Ferromagnetic resonance
Permalloys (trademark)
ferromagnetic resonance
Magnetic films
Crystals
Spin waves
Thick films
magnetic films
thin films
cells
magnons
crystals
manipulators
Experiments
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excitation
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Ferromagnetic resonance in a topographically modulated permalloy film. / Sklenar, J.; Tucciarone, P.; Lee, R. J.; Tice, D.; Chang, Robert P. H.; Lee, S. J.; Nevirkovets, I. P.; Heinonen, O.; Ketterson, J. B.

In: Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, Vol. 91, No. 13, 134424, 23.04.2015.

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Sklenar, J, Tucciarone, P, Lee, RJ, Tice, D, Chang, RPH, Lee, SJ, Nevirkovets, IP, Heinonen, O & Ketterson, JB 2015, 'Ferromagnetic resonance in a topographically modulated permalloy film', Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, vol. 91, no. 13, 134424. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.91.134424
Sklenar, J. ; Tucciarone, P. ; Lee, R. J. ; Tice, D. ; Chang, Robert P. H. ; Lee, S. J. ; Nevirkovets, I. P. ; Heinonen, O. ; Ketterson, J. B. / Ferromagnetic resonance in a topographically modulated permalloy film. In: Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 2015 ; Vol. 91, No. 13.
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