Thin films of permanent magnetic material are very important for different electronics applications. Permanent
magnetic films are used also for micromechanical systems and for microwave integrate circuits. We present preliminary
results on SmCo thin films grown on commercial plastic substrates. X-Ray Fluorescence and Magnetic Scanning
measurements using GMR (Giant Magnetoresistive) sensors have been performed with the aim to study the functional
magnetic properties of the thin film.
Thin film of permanent magnetic material is very important for different electronics application1,2
We present here preliminary results on SmCo thin film grown on steel substrate. X-Ray diffraction data Magnetic
Scanning SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) and Vibrating Sample Magnetometer (VSM)
analyses have been performed with the aim to study the functional magnetic properties of the deposited thin film.
In our laboratories we are interested to new superconducting oxides grown by Pulsed Laser Ablation. The SmBaCuO is a new material which has high critical transition temperature and very good critical current. We begin to study the optical spectroscopic data produced by laser interaction with a target and we characterize the structure and the morphology of thin films obtained using x-ray diffraction spectra and Scanning Electron Microscope analysis.