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Interface magnetic and optical anisotropy of ultrathin Co films grown on a vicinal Si substrate
Physical Review B
Vicinal substrates provide unique opportunities to engineer the magnetic anisotropies of magnetic ultrathin films. Here we study Co layers on step-bunched Si(111) substrates, with or without a Cu interlayer, taken as model samples. To correlate their interface morphology with the step-induced magnetocrystalline anisotropy and the second-order optical polarization, the magnetization reversal, ferromagnetic resonance, and the interface-induced nonlinear magneto-optical spectroscopic response wasdoi:10.1103/physrevb.80.094423 fatcat:ugqhs5nyp5dltcc2udvxq6wkc4