Magnetic Properties of Fibonacci-Modulated Fe-Au Multilayer Metamaterials
AbstractHerein we experimentally study magnetic multilayer metamaterials with broken translational symmetry. Epitaxially-grown iron-gold (Fe-Au) multilayers modulated using Fibonacci sequence—referred to as magnetic inverse Fibonacci-modulated multilayers (IFMs)—are prepared using ultra-high-vacuum vapor deposition. Experimental results of in-situ reflection high-energy electron diffraction, magnetization curves, and ferromagnetic resonance demonstrate that the epitaxially-grown Fe-Au IFMs have quasi-isotropic magnetization, in contrast to the in-plane magnetization easy axis in the periodic multilayers. View Full-Text
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Suwa, T.; Tomita, S.; Hosoito, N.; Yanagi, H. Magnetic Properties of Fibonacci-Modulated Fe-Au Multilayer Metamaterials. Materials 2017, 10, 1209.
Suwa T, Tomita S, Hosoito N, Yanagi H. Magnetic Properties of Fibonacci-Modulated Fe-Au Multilayer Metamaterials. Materials. 2017; 10(10):1209.Chicago/Turabian Style
Suwa, Tomomi; Tomita, Satoshi; Hosoito, Nobuyoshi; Yanagi, Hisao. 2017. "Magnetic Properties of Fibonacci-Modulated Fe-Au Multilayer Metamaterials." Materials 10, no. 10: 1209.
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