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|Title:||Suppression of superconductivity in Nb by IrMn in IrMn/Nb bilayers|
|Citation:||Wu, B.L., Yang, Y.M., Guo, Z.B., Wu, Y.H., Qiu, J.J. (2013-10-07). Suppression of superconductivity in Nb by IrMn in IrMn/Nb bilayers. Applied Physics Letters 103 (15) : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4824891|
|Abstract:||Effect of antiferromagnet on superconductivity has been investigated in IrMn/Nb bilayers. Significant suppression of both transition temperature (T c) and lower critical field (Hc1) of Nb is found in IrMn/Nb bilayers as compared to a single layer Nb of same thickness; the suppression effect is even stronger than that of a ferromagnet in NiFe/Nb bilayers. The addition of an insulating MgO layer at the IrMn-Nb interface nearly restores Tc to that of the single layer Nb, but Hc1 still remains suppressed. These results suggest that, in addition to proximity effect and magnetic impurity scattering, magnetostatic interaction also plays a role in suppressing superconductivity of Nb in IrMn/Nb bilayers. In addition to reduced Tc and Hc1, the IrMn layer also induces broadening in the transition temperature of Nb, which can be accounted for by a finite distribution of stray field from IrMn. © 2013 AIP Publishing LLC.|
|Source Title:||Applied Physics Letters|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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