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The inverse proximity effect in strong ferromagnet–superconductor structures

Superconductor Science and Technology. 2021. Vol. 34. P. 1-10.
Yagovtsev V., Pugach N., Eschrig M.

The magnetization in a superconductor induced due to the inverse proximity effect is 
investigated in hybrid bilayers containing a superconductor and a ferromagnetic 
insulator or a strongly spin-polarized ferromagnetic metal. The study is performed 
within a quasiclassical Green function framework, wherein Usadel equations are solved 
with boundary conditions appropriate for strongly spin-polarized ferromagnetic 
materials. A comparison with recent experimental data is presented. The singlet to triplet 
conversion of the superconducting correlations as a result of the proximity effect with a 
ferromagnet is studied.