Temperature-dependent magnetic damping of yttrium iron garnet spheres

Temperature-dependent magnetic damping of yttrium iron garnet spheres We investigate the temperature-dependent microwave absorption spectrum of an yttrium iron garnet sphere as a function of temperature (5 to 300K) and frequency (3 to 43.5GHz). At temperatures above 100K, the magnetic resonance linewidth increases linearly with temperature and shows a Gilbert-like linear frequency dependence. At lower temperatures, the temperature dependence of the resonance linewidth at constant external magnetic fields exhibits a characteristic peak which coincides with a non-Gilbert-like frequency dependence. The complete temperature and frequency evolution of the linewidth can be modeled by the phenomenology of slowly relaxing rare-earth impurities and either the Kasuya-LeCraw mechanism or the scattering with optical magnons. Furthermore, we extract the temperature dependence of the saturation magnetization, the magnetic anisotropy, and the g factor. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review B American Physical Society (APS)

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Temperature-dependent magnetic damping of yttrium iron garnet spheres

Abstract

We investigate the temperature-dependent microwave absorption spectrum of an yttrium iron garnet sphere as a function of temperature (5 to 300K) and frequency (3 to 43.5GHz). At temperatures above 100K, the magnetic resonance linewidth increases linearly with temperature and shows a Gilbert-like linear frequency dependence. At lower temperatures, the temperature dependence of the resonance linewidth at constant external magnetic fields exhibits a characteristic peak which coincides with a non-Gilbert-like frequency dependence. The complete temperature and frequency evolution of the linewidth can be modeled by the phenomenology of slowly relaxing rare-earth impurities and either the Kasuya-LeCraw mechanism or the scattering with optical magnons. Furthermore, we extract the temperature dependence of the saturation magnetization, the magnetic anisotropy, and the g factor.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
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1098-0121
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1550-235X
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10.1103/PhysRevB.95.214423
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Abstract

We investigate the temperature-dependent microwave absorption spectrum of an yttrium iron garnet sphere as a function of temperature (5 to 300K) and frequency (3 to 43.5GHz). At temperatures above 100K, the magnetic resonance linewidth increases linearly with temperature and shows a Gilbert-like linear frequency dependence. At lower temperatures, the temperature dependence of the resonance linewidth at constant external magnetic fields exhibits a characteristic peak which coincides with a non-Gilbert-like frequency dependence. The complete temperature and frequency evolution of the linewidth can be modeled by the phenomenology of slowly relaxing rare-earth impurities and either the Kasuya-LeCraw mechanism or the scattering with optical magnons. Furthermore, we extract the temperature dependence of the saturation magnetization, the magnetic anisotropy, and the g factor.

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Physical Review BAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jun 27, 2017

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