Time dependence in perpendicular media with a soft underlayer

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Dutson, J D; Wu, J; O'Grady, K; Woolsey, N C; Kubota, Y; Platt, C L;

In this paper we describe measurements of magnetic viscosity or time dependence in magnetic thin films suitable for use as perpendicular recording media. Generally, such effects cannot be measured using conventional magnetometry techniques due to the presence of a thin ... View more
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