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Physics  2009 

Microwave screening by conduction currents in thin magnetic films: application in stripline broadband FMR

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Ferromagnetic resonance in conducting magnetic bilayers was studied using microstrip transducers. It was found that excitation or suppression of standing spin waves could be achieved through enhanced inhomogeneity of eddy currents in the bilayer caused by finite thickness. This effect is observable in films with thicknesses below the magnetic skin depth and can be used to study standing spin wave modes in heterostructures.


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