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Hot-electron transport and magnetic anisotropy in epitaxial spin valves

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Heindl, Emanuel ; Vancea, Johann ; Woltersdorf, Georg ; Back, Christian
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We report on ballistic electron magnetic microscopy studies at room temperature using an epitaxially grown Fe$_{34}$Co$_{66}$/Au/Fe$_{34}$Co$_{66}$ trilayer. Local hysteresis loops are obtained as a function of the in-plane magnetic field angle. In order to understand the underlying local magnetization behavior, the magnetic anisotropies were determined by ferromagnetic resonance. These results ...


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