OPTICAL ABSORPTION AND FARADAY ROTATION OF BARIUM HEXAFERRITE FILMS PREPARED BY LASER ABLATION DEPOSITION

Z Zimsa, R Gerber, T Reid, R Tesar, R Atkinson, P Papakonstantinou

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Abstract

The Faraday rotation and optical absorption of the Co- and Ti-substituted barium hexaferrite thin films measured in the 500–2000 nm wavelength range at room temperature are presented together with the results of the Faraday rotation measurements carried out on selected samples at 80 K. The spectral dependences of the Faraday coefficient are described and interpreted using a set of optical electron transitions belonging to either cobalt or iron cations occupying the tetrahedral and/or octahedral positions in the spinel blocks of hexagonal ferrite crystal lattice.
LanguageEnglish
Pages111-119
JournalJOURNAL OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF SOLIDS
Volume59
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1998

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Faraday effect
laser ablation
barium
optical absorption
electron transitions
crystal lattices
spinel
ferrites
cobalt
iron
cations
room temperature
coefficients
thin films
wavelengths

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Zimsa, Z ; Gerber, R ; Reid, T ; Tesar, R ; Atkinson, R ; Papakonstantinou, P. / OPTICAL ABSORPTION AND FARADAY ROTATION OF BARIUM HEXAFERRITE FILMS PREPARED BY LASER ABLATION DEPOSITION. 1998 ; Vol. 59. pp. 111-119.
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