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Title: Low-temperature deposition of L10 FePt films for ultra-high density magnetic recording
Authors: Chen, J.S. 
Lim, B.C.
Ding, Y.F.
Chow, G.M. 
Keywords: FePt
Perpendicular media
Issue Date: Aug-2006
Source: Chen, J.S., Lim, B.C., Ding, Y.F., Chow, G.M. (2006-08). Low-temperature deposition of L10 FePt films for ultra-high density magnetic recording. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 303 (2 SPEC. ISS.) : 309-317. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A method based on strain-induced phase transformation was used to lower the ordering temperature of FePt films. The strain resulted from the lattice mismatch between the FePt film and the substrate or underlayer favored the ordering. The relationships between the lattice mismatch, the ordering of FePt film, and the corresponding magnetic anisotropic constant were investigated. A critical lattice mismatch near 6.33% was believed to be most suitable for improving the chemical ordering of the FePt films. CrX (X=Ru, Mo, W, Ti) alloys with (2 0 0) texture was used to control the easy axis and ordering temperature of FePt films on glass substrate. Large uniaxial anisotropy constant Ku{greater than or slanted equal to}1×107 erg/cm3, good magnetic squareness (∼1) and FePt(0 0 1) texture (rocking curve -5°) were obtained at the temperature Ts{greater than or slanted equal to}250 °C when using CrRu underlayer. The diffusion from overlying layers of Ag and Cu and an inserted Ag pinning layer were effective in reducing the exchange decoupling and changing the magnetization reversal. The media noise was effectively reduced and the SNR was remarkably enhanced when a 2 nm Ag was inserted. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
ISSN: 03048853
DOI: 10.1016/j.jmmm.2006.01.106
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