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Magnetic Second Harmonic Generation Studies of Co-Cu Granular Films

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 February 2011

T.V. Misuryaev
Affiliation:
Physics Department, Moscow State University, Vorobyovi Gori, 119899 Moscow, Russia, aktsip@astral.ilc.msu.su
T.V. Murzina
Affiliation:
Physics Department, Moscow State University, Vorobyovi Gori, 119899 Moscow, Russia, aktsip@astral.ilc.msu.su
E.A. Ganshina
Affiliation:
Physics Department, Moscow State University, Vorobyovi Gori, 119899 Moscow, Russia, aktsip@astral.ilc.msu.su
V.S. Gushin
Affiliation:
Physics Department, Moscow State University, Vorobyovi Gori, 119899 Moscow, Russia, aktsip@astral.ilc.msu.su
D.V. Kazantsev
Affiliation:
Physics Department, Moscow State University, Vorobyovi Gori, 119899 Moscow, Russia, aktsip@astral.ilc.msu.su
O.A. Aktsipetrov
Affiliation:
Physics Department, Moscow State University, Vorobyovi Gori, 119899 Moscow, Russia, aktsip@astral.ilc.msu.su
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Abstract

Magneto-induced optical second harmonic generation (MSHG) is used to study the structural and magnetic properties of Co-Cu granular films. Azimuthal anisotropy of the SHG response reveals an existence of the regular structure of Co nanocrystals. The nonlinear magneto-optical Kerr effect (NOMOKE) is observed for the longitudinal and transverse configurations. The coherence of the SH responses from the nonmagnetic and magnetic subsystems of the Co-Cu granular films is demonstrated by the MSHG phase measurements (the MSHG interferometry).

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1998

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