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|Amorphous FeCoCrSiB Ribbons with Tailored Anisotropy for the Development of Magnetic Elements for High Frequency Applications
|Kurlyandskaya, G. V.
Pasynkova, A. A.
Volchkov, S. O.
Lukshina, V. A.
Dmitrieva, N. V.
Timofeeva, A. V.
|Amorphous FeCoCrSiB Ribbons with Tailored Anisotropy for the Development of Magnetic Elements for High Frequency Applications / G. V. Kurlyandskaya, L. Lezama, A. A. Pasynkova et al. // Materials. — 2022. — Vol. 15. — Iss. 12. — 4160.
|The ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) in the frequency range of 0.5 to 12.5 GHz has been investigated as a function of external magnetic field for rapidly quenched Fe3Co67Cr3Si15B12 amorphous ribbons with different features of the effective magnetic anisotropy. Three states of the ribbons were considered: as-quenched without any treatment; after relaxation annealing without stress at the temperature of 350 °C during 1 h; and after annealing under specific stress of 230 MPa at the temperature of 350 °C during 1 h. For FMR measurements, we adapted a technique previously proposed and tested for the case of microwires. Here, amorphous ribbons were studied using the sample holder based on a commercial SMA connector. On the basis of the measurements of the reflection coefficient S11, the total impedance including its real and imaginary components was determined to be in the frequency range of 0.5 to 12.5 GHz. In order to confirm the validity of the proposed technique, FMR was also measured by the certified cavity perturbation technique using a commercial Bruker spectrometer operating at X-band frequency of 9.39 GHz. As part of the characterization of the ribbons used for microwave measurements, comparative analysis was performed of X-ray diffraction, optical microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, inductive magnetic hysteresis loops, vibrating sample magnetometry, magneto-optical Kerr effect (including magnetic do-mains) and magnetoimpedance data for of all samples. © 2022 by the author. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.
MAGNETIC FIELD SENSORS
HIGH RESOLUTION TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
OPTICAL KERR EFFECT
EXTERNAL MAGNETIC FIELD
MAGNETIC FIELDS SENSORS
|Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Minobrnauka; Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, EHU
Funding: The research funding from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Ural Federal University Program of Development within the Priority-2030 Program) is gratefully acknowledged. Further funding from University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU Research Groups Funding (GMMM) is similarly gratefully acknowledged.
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