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Sensitivity dependence of the planar Hall Effect sensor on the free layer of the spin-valve structure

Planar Hall effect (PHE) sensors with the junction size of 50 μ × 50 μ were fabricated successfully by using spin-valve thin films Ta(5)/NiFe(x)/Cu(1.2)/NiFe(2)/IrMn(15)/Ta(5) (nm) with x = 4, 8,10,12,16. The magnetic field sensitivity of the PHE sensors increases with increasing thickness of ferromagnetic (FM) free layer. The sensitivity of about 95.5 m α/(kA/m) can be obtained when the thickness of the FM-free layer increases up to 16 nm. The enhancement of sensitivity is explained by the shunt current from other layers. The PHE profiles are well described in terms of the Stoner-Wohlfarth energy model. The detection of magnetic micro-beads label Dynabeads® M-280 is demonstrated and the results revealed that the sensor is feasible for high-resolution biosensor applications. © 2009 IEEE.

 Hung T.Q., Oh S.J., Tu B.D., Duc N.H., Phong L.V., AnandaKumar S., Jeong J.-R., Kim C.G.
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  Từ khóa : Biosensor applications; Dynabeads; Energy model; Free layers; High field sensitivity; High resolution; Junction size; Magnetic field sensitivity; Micro-beads detection; Microbeads; Planar Hall effect; Shunt current; Spin-valve; Spin-valve structures; Stoner-Wohlfarth; Biosensors; Copper; Electric currents; Gyrators; Hall effect; Iridium compounds; Signal transduction; Spin dynamics; Tantalum; Magnetic field effects