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Thermal Control of the Intrinsic Magnetic Damping in a Ferromagnetic Metal
Physical Review Applied
We report experiments on the control of intrinsic magnetic damping by thermal torque effects produced by the spin Seebeck effect and the anomalous Nernst effect in a thin layer of a ferromagnetic metal (Permalloy (Py), Ni 81 Fe 19 ). Damping is measured in ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) experiments on a sample excited by microwave radiation and detected by the dc-voltage-generated spin rectification and magnonic charge pumping in the Py film. Application of a temperature gradient in thedoi:10.1103/physrevapplied.16.014051 fatcat:562buib57jcjlcuy7kwef4rguq