Abstract

This study is an extension of previous work dealing with single crystals of YIG/GGG/YIG grown in (110) layers. Ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) measurements for fields along the axis were performed. The microwave measurements reveal hysteretic behavior as the FMR frequency is measured for positive and negative magnetic fields H. For H in which the magnetic moment is zero (spin flop) the FMR frequency goes through a discrete and measurable jump or change. This discontinuity in the FMR frequency at the spin-flop condition is attributed to the magnetostatic interaction between the two YIG layers.

Notes

Originally published in Journal of Applied Physics 69, 6212 (1991). DOI:10.1063/1.348811 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.348811).

Keywords

magnetostatic interaction, single crystal YIG/GGG/YIG layers, FMR, hysteretic behavior

Subject Categories

Ferromagnetism, Ferromagnetic resonance, Magnetic fields

Disciplines

Electromagnetics and photonics

Publisher

American Institute of Physics

Publication Date

4-15-1991

Rights Information

Copyright 1991 American Institute of Physics.

Rights Holder

American Institute of Physics

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