Induced anisotropy in Fe-Ni-P films made by chemical reduction
Flat chemically deposited Fe-Ni-P films can be isotropie or anisotropic, the decisive factor being the method of production.
If the anisotropy is produced solely by a magnetic field applied during deposition, the easy axis coincides in direction with this field.
If the anisotropy is due solely to the texture of the substrate, the easy axis coincides with the texture direction.
The considerable spread in the values for the anisotropy constant for films obtained under identical conditions is ascribed to errors made in determining the film thicknesses.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Anisotropy Film Thickness Identical Condition Decisive Factor
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