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Title: Hydrogen-induced changes of the magnetic properties of copper-cobalt multilayers
Authors: Kandasamy, K
Masuda, M
Hayashi, Y
Keywords: Copper-cobalt multilayer;Magnetoresistance;Interlayer coupling;Hydrogen;GMR
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam.
Abstract: The influence of hydrogen implantation on the structural, magnetic and electrical properties of cobalt-copper multilayers was investigated. Hydrogen implantation increases the bi-layer thickness, the separation of crystal planes, the remanence and saturation resistivity, but reduces the magnetoresistance ratio, coercive force, saturation magnetic field and saturation magnetic moment of the multilayers. The magnetoresistance of the multilayers is relatively unaffected by hydrogen implantation.
ISSN: 09258388
Appears in Collections:Physics

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