Substrate temperature effect on giant magnetoresistance of sputtered Co/Cu multilayers

Kano, H.; Kagawa, K.
November 1993
Applied Physics Letters;11/15/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 20, p2839
Academic Journal
Examines the relation between giant magnetoresistance and substrate temperature in sputtered cobalt/copper multilayers. Improvement in interface sharpness; Impact of rough interfaces on the antiferromagnetic coupled areas; Regulation of interface sharpness by the substrate temperature.


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