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MMM 2022

November 07, 2022

Minneapolis, United States

Reliable control of magnetic vortex chirality in asymmetrically optimized magnetic nanodisk

Magnetic vortex have attracted extensive attention in the field of information storage because of their topological spin structures with chiral bistable states1,2. If the vortex core polarity and vortex circulation sense can be precisely controlled simultaneously in a nanodisk, which will be more beneficial to realize the multi-bit ultrahigh density storage3,4. In this paper, a reliable control scheme for magnetic vortex chirality is proposed by optimizing the structure of Pac-Man-like nanodisk, as shown in Fig1(a)-(b). The results show that the polarity and circulation of the vortex can be precisely controlled simultaneously by simply changing the direction of the global magnetic field, and even the chiral states of the vortex can be determined by simply detecting the stray field distribution on the surface of the nanodisk, as shown in Fig1(c). The optimized Pac-Man-like nanodisk can provide a simplified experimental method for the control and detection of magnetic vortex chirality, which will be beneficial to the realization of multi-bit magnetic storage or magnetic logic technology in the future.
1H.-S. Han, S. Lee, D.-H. Jung, et al. Appl. Phys. Lett. 117(4), 042401(2020).
2K. A. Zvezdin, E. G. Ekomasov. Phys. Met. Metallogr. 123(3), 201(2022).
3J. A. Fernandez-Roldan, R. P. del Real, C. Bran, et al. Phys. Rev. B. 102(2), 024421 (2020).
4D. Yu, J. Kang, J. Berakdar, C. Jia, NPG Asia Mater. 12(1), 1(2020).

Fig. 1. (a) and (b) show that the four chiral states of vortex can be precisely controlled. (c) It is shown that the vortex chirality can be determined by the distribution of the stray field on the surface of the nanodisk.

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