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標題: Cooling Field and Ion-Beam Bombardment Effects on Exchange Bias Behavior in NiFe/(Ni,Fe)O Bilayers
作者: Lin, K.W.
林克偉
Wei, M.R.
Guo, J.Y.
關鍵字: Exchange Bias;Ion-Beam Bombardment;magnetic-properties;composite films;oxide bilayers;irradiation;interfaces;anisotropy;reversal;fef2-fe
Project: Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
期刊/報告no:: Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Volume 9, Issue 3, Page(s) 2023-2029.
摘要: 
The dependence of the cooling field and the ion-beam bombardment on the exchange bias effects in NiFe/(Ni,Fe)O bilayers were investigated. The positive exchange bias was found in the zero-field-cooled (ZFC) process whereas a negative exchange bias occurred in the FC process. The increased exchange field, H(ex) with increasing (Ni,Fe)O thicknesses indicates the thicker the AF (Ni,Fe)O, the stronger the exchange coupling between the NiFe layer and the (Ni,Fe)O layer. In addition, the dependence of the H(ex) (ZFC vs. FC) on the (Ni,Fe)O thicknesses reflects the competition between the applied magnetic field and the (Ni,Fe)O surface layer exchange coupled to the NiFe layer. Further, an unusual oscillating exchange bias was observed in NiFe/(Ni,Fe)O bilayers that results from the surface of the (Ni,Fe)O layer being bombarded with different Ar-ion energies using End-Hall deposition voltages (V(EH)) from 0 to 150 V The behavior of the H(ex) and the H(c) with the V(EH) is attributed to the surface spin reorientation that is due to moderate ion-beam bombardment effects on the surface of the (Ni,Fe)O layer. Whether the (Ni,Fe)O antiferromagnetic spins are coupled to the NiFe moments antiferromagnetically or ferromagnetically changes the sign of the exchange bias.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/43504
ISSN: 1533-4880
DOI: 10.1166/jnn.2009.382
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