Giant magnetoresistance in Fe/Cr superlattices with very thin Fe layers

Schad, R.; Potter, C.D.
June 1994
Applied Physics Letters;6/20/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 25, p3500
Academic Journal
Investigates the giant magnetoresistance in iron (Fe)/chromium superlattices. Growth of the superlattices on magnesium oxide(100) by molecular beam epitaxy; Presence of sharp interfaces in the monolayers; Result of further decrease of the Fe layer thickness.


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