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Surface-Plasmon Opto-Magnetic Field Enhancement for Magnetization Reversal of On-Chip Nanomagnets

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Abstract

We study, computationally, titanium nitride plasmonic resonators coupled to nanomagnets for magnetization switching. We find that compared to an isolated nanomagnet under similar illumination conditions, localized surface plasmon resonances in the coupled system generate larger magnetic fields in the nanomagnets.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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