We report the formation of a ferromagnetic Co55.0Fe24.5Ta0.1B20.4 amorphous alloy by magnetron sputtering, which exhibits positive magnetoresistance without saturation even in very high magnetic fields. This suggests that the s-like electrons responsible for the electrical conduction are spin-polarized through s-d hybridization. Owing to the electromagnetic interplay of the spin-polarized conduction electrons with the local magnetic moments, the electric-field control of room-temperature ferromagnetism is realized in the amorphous alloy. Our results offer insights for exploring the multi-functionalities of ferromagnetic amorphous alloys and extending their applications to a wide variety of electronics including magnetic tunnel junctions and compact disks.
Materials & design – Elsevier
Published: Apr 5, 2018
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