2006
DOI: 10.1103/physrevb.73.054511
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Abstract: We study a change in the spin magnetization of a superconductor-ferromagnet (SF) heterostructure, when temperature is lowered below the superconducting transition temperature. It is assumed that the SF interface is smooth on the atomic scale and the mean free path is not too short. Solving the Eilenberger equation we show that the spin magnetic moment induced in the superconductor is an oscillating sign-changing function of the product hd of the exchange field h and the thickness d of the ferromagnet. Therefo…

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