Twinned-domain-induced magnonic modes in epitaxial LSMO/STO films
New Journal of Physics
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... nonic crystals S Tacchi, G Gubbiotti, M Madami et al. Investigation of ferromagnetic heterogeneities in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 thin films S Mercone, M Belmeguenai, S Malo et al. Geometrical complexity of the antidots unit cell effect on the spin wave excitations spectra M Zelent, N Tahir, R Gieniusz et al. Ferromagnetic resonance in Mn5Ge3 epitaxial films with weak stripe domain structure R Kalvig, E Jedryka, P Aleshkevych et al. Abstract The use of periodic magnetic structures to control the magneto-dynamic properties of materialsmagnonics-is a rapidly developing field. In the last decade, a number of studies haveshown that metallic films can be patterned or combined in patterns that give rise to well-defined magnetization modes,whichare formed due to band folding or band gap effects. To explore and utilize these effects in a wide frequency range, it is necessary to pattern samples at the sub-micrometer scale. However, it is still a major challenge to produce low-loss magnonic structures with periodicities at such length scales. Here, we show that for a prototypical perovskite, La 0.7 Sr 0.3 MnO 3 , the twinned structural order can be used to induce a magnetic modulation with a period smaller than 100 nm, demonstrating a bottomup approach for magnonic crystal growth.