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  1. We have investigated the electrical transport properties of nanodevices fabricated from exfoliated flakes of two-dimensional metallic ferromagnets Fe3GeTe2 (FGT) and Fe5Ge2Te2 (FG2T) down to below three layers in thickness. The per-layer anomalous Hall conductivity even in thick FGT and FG2T devices is found to be much smaller than ∼e2h, the approximate value calculated for thick undoped crystals. Moreover, we obtain a power-law scaling relation between the per-layer anomalous Hall and per-layer longitudinal conductivities with an exponent close to 1.6, which agrees with the universal value for poor ferromagnetic conductors. Both FGT and FG2T devices show clear layer-dependent Curie temperatures and layer-dependent perpendicular magnetic anisotropy, with FG2T dominating the former and FGT dominating the latter for all thicknesses. Despite their declining trend as the device thickness decreases, both Curie temperature and magnetic anisotropy retain a significant fraction of their bulk values (>60% and >80% of the bulk values, respectively, even in the thinnest FG2T device), indicating attractive potential for practical applications.

     
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