Magnetic spectromicroscopy from Fe(100)

Schneider, C.M.; Holldack, K.; Kinzler, M.; Grunze, M.; Oepen, H.P.; Schafers, F.; Petersen, H.; Meinel, K.; Kirschner, J.
October 1993
Applied Physics Letters;10/25/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 17, p2432
Academic Journal
Presents images of the magnetic domains of iron(100) surfaces using energy-resolved photoemission microscopy. Forms of magnetic dichroism in direct photoemission and secondary electron emission; Uses of the angular dependencies of the magnetodichroic effect; Applications of the magnetic spectromicroscopy based on the magnetodichroic phenomena.


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