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In order to use an integrated optical flying head, we are subjected to develoJ? media in which the M.O.layer is at the surface. Garnets are good candidates but they require the use of an adjacent metallic film as reflecting layer. Chromium was choosen. The garnet/chromium/substrate structure must be annealed up to 600°C to crystallize the garnet which is amorphous sputtered. Microstructural, magnetic and optical properties of this new structure have been studied. Although the metallic filmdoi:10.3379/jmsjmag.15.s1_235 fatcat:6vaahshkljfxxdjmybealf2fy4