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Herein we report the manipulation of perpendicular magnetic anisotropy (PMA), a very important technique for spintronics devices, which is achieved in an all-solid-state redox (reduction/oxidation) device. The device consisted of NiCo2O4 (NCO) thin film with a c-axis orientation and a proton-conducting polymer (Nafion). The PMA of NCO can be manipulated in situ with low voltage (V ≤ 0.7 V) due to the utilization of a proton-conducting solid electrolyte. The magnetic anisotropy variation wasdoi:10.35848/1347-4065/ac594f fatcat:jrgroju7ubcfhpbbupq3u43j3a