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Radial distribution function analysis of the amorphous barrier layer in magnetic spin tunnel junctions

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Spin tunnel junctions consist of two ferrromagnetic layers separated by an amorphous insulating barrier layer which is a few nanometers thick. The barrier layer is the most critical layer in terms of magnetic transport properties and yet, of all the layers, the structure of this layer has been the least investigated, mainly due to difficulties in carrying out structural investigations of nanovolumes of amorphous materials. In this paper we demonstrate how the technique of radial distribution ...

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Volume:
12
Issue:
2-3
Pages:
321-325
Publication date:
2004-01-01
Event title:
EuroConference on Structure and Composition of Interfaces in Solids
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0927-7056
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22001
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2012-12-19

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