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Magnetic resonance study of bulk and thin film EuTiO3

LAGUTA, V. KAMBA, S. MARYŠKO, M. ANDRZEJEWSKI, B. KACHLÍK, M. MACA, K. LEE, J. SCHLOM, D.

Originální název

Magnetic resonance study of bulk and thin film EuTiO3

Anglický název

Magnetic resonance study of bulk and thin film EuTiO3

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Originální abstrakt

Magnetic resonance spectra of EuTiO3 in both bulk and thin film form were taken at temperatures from 3–350 K and microwave frequencies from 9.2–9.8 and 34 GHz. In the paramagnetic phase, magnetic resonance spectra are determined by magnetic dipole and exchange interactions between Eu2+ spins. In the film, a large contribution arises from the demagnetization field. From detailed analysis of the linewidth and its temperature dependence, the parameters of spin–spin interactions were determined: the exchange frequency is 10.5 GHz and the estimated critical exponent of the spin correlation length is ≈0.4. In the bulk samples, the spectra exhibited a distinct minimum in the linewidth at the Néel temperature, TN ≈ 5.5 K, while the resonance field practically does not change even on cooling below TN. This is indicative of a small magnetic anisotropy ~320 G in the antiferromagnetic phase. In the film, the magnetic resonance spectrum is split below TN into several components due to excitation of the magnetostatic modes, corresponding to a non-uniform precession of magnetization. Moreover, the film was observed to degrade over two years. This was manifested by an increase of defects and a change in the domain structure. The saturated magnetization in the film, estimated from the magnetic resonance spectrum, was about 900 emu cm−3 or 5.5 μB/unit cell at T = 3.5 K.

Anglický abstrakt

Magnetic resonance spectra of EuTiO3 in both bulk and thin film form were taken at temperatures from 3–350 K and microwave frequencies from 9.2–9.8 and 34 GHz. In the paramagnetic phase, magnetic resonance spectra are determined by magnetic dipole and exchange interactions between Eu2+ spins. In the film, a large contribution arises from the demagnetization field. From detailed analysis of the linewidth and its temperature dependence, the parameters of spin–spin interactions were determined: the exchange frequency is 10.5 GHz and the estimated critical exponent of the spin correlation length is ≈0.4. In the bulk samples, the spectra exhibited a distinct minimum in the linewidth at the Néel temperature, TN ≈ 5.5 K, while the resonance field practically does not change even on cooling below TN. This is indicative of a small magnetic anisotropy ~320 G in the antiferromagnetic phase. In the film, the magnetic resonance spectrum is split below TN into several components due to excitation of the magnetostatic modes, corresponding to a non-uniform precession of magnetization. Moreover, the film was observed to degrade over two years. This was manifested by an increase of defects and a change in the domain structure. The saturated magnetization in the film, estimated from the magnetic resonance spectrum, was about 900 emu cm−3 or 5.5 μB/unit cell at T = 3.5 K.

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@article{BUT135119,
  author="Valentyn {Laguta} and Stanislav {Kamba} and Miroslav {Maryško} and Bartlomiej {Andrzejewski} and Martin {Kachlík} and Karel {Maca} and J.H. {Lee} and Darrel {Schlom}",
  title="Magnetic resonance study of bulk and thin film EuTiO3",
  annote="Magnetic resonance spectra of EuTiO3 in both bulk and thin film form were taken at
temperatures from 3–350 K and microwave frequencies from 9.2–9.8 and 34 GHz. In the
paramagnetic phase, magnetic resonance spectra are determined by magnetic dipole and
exchange interactions between Eu2+ spins. In the film, a large contribution arises from the
demagnetization field. From detailed analysis of the linewidth and its temperature dependence,
the parameters of spin–spin interactions were determined: the exchange frequency is 10.5 GHz
and the estimated critical exponent of the spin correlation length is ≈0.4. In the bulk samples,
the spectra exhibited a distinct minimum in the linewidth at the Néel temperature, TN ≈ 5.5 K,
while the resonance field practically does not change even on cooling below TN. This is
indicative of a small magnetic anisotropy ~320 G in the antiferromagnetic phase. In the film,
the magnetic resonance spectrum is split below TN into several components due to excitation
of the magnetostatic modes, corresponding to a non-uniform precession of magnetization.
Moreover, the film was observed to degrade over two years. This was manifested by an
increase of defects and a change in the domain structure. The saturated magnetization in the
film, estimated from the magnetic resonance spectrum, was about 900 emu cm−3 or
5.5 μB/unit cell at T = 3.5 K.",
  chapter="135119",
  doi="10.1088/1361-648X/aa58c6",
  howpublished="print",
  number="10",
  volume="29",
  year="2017",
  month="march",
  pages="105401-1--105401-9",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}