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Magnetic response for superconductor/ferromagnet system

by chill_factor
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Jul2-13, 12:48 AM
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Theoretically, what should be the magnetic response (MH hysteresis loop) of a thin film superconductor-on-ferromagnet system?

The proximity effect of S/F systems results in the Tc of the superconductor decreasing, and that the Tc decrease is more pronounced as the S:F thickness ratio increases.

However, I've not found papers regarding the magnetic response of these systems yet, only their transport properties. Any help?
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