List of JRP papers

The 'SpinCal EXL04' Joint Research Project has produced so far:

  • 24 papers in peer-reviewed journals, among which:
  • 5 papers in journals with Impact Factor greater than 5

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Title:

Comparison of micromagnetic parameters of the ferromagnetic semiconductors (Ga,Mn)(As,P) and (Ga,Mn)As

Author(s): N. Tesařová, D. Butkovičová, R. P. Campion, A. W. Rushforth, K. W. Edmonds, P. Wadley, B. L. Gallagher, E. Schmoranzerová, F. Trojánek, P. Malý, P. Motloch, V. Novák, T. Jungwirth and P. Němec
Journal: Physical Review B
Year: 2014
Month: October
Day: 23
Volume: 90
Issue: 155203
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.90.155203
Abstract: We report on the determination of micromagnetic parameters of epilayers of the ferromagnetic semiconductor (Ga,Mn)As, which has an easy axis in the sample plane, and (Ga,Mn)(As,P), which has an easy axis perpendicular to the sample plane. We use an optical analog of ferromagnetic resonance where the laser-pulse-induced precession of magnetization is measured directly in the time domain. By the analysis of a single set of pump-and-probe magneto-optical data, we determined the magnetic anisotropy fields, the spin stiffness, and the Gilbert damping constant in these two materials. We show that incorporation of 10% of phosphorus in (Ga,Mn)As with 6% of manganese leads not only to the expected sign change of the perpendicular-to-plane anisotropy field but also to an increase of the Gilbert damping and to a reduction of the spin stiffness. The observed changes in the micromagnetic parameters upon incorporating P in (Ga,Mn)As are consistent with the reduced hole density, conductivity, and Curie temperature of the (Ga,Mn)(As,P) material. We also show that the apparent magnetization precession damping is stronger for the n=1 spin wave resonance mode than for the n=0 uniform magnetization precession mode.

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