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Magnetic Force Microscopy - MFM
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    • Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is a tool for Imaging domains and studying a variety of local magnetic phenomena...

    Sy-Hwang Liou. Advanced Magnetic Force Microscopy Tips for Imaging Domains

    • Magnetic Force Microscopy is an ideal tool to image magnetic stray fields emanating from surfaces but also from hidden interfaces of magnetic samples. A lateral resolution of 10nm is routinely obtained on flat samples. Tip calibration techniques were developed for a quantitative evaluation of the magnetic surface charge or surface dipole density from the measured MFM signal [1,2]...

    H. J. Huget al. Mapping uncompensated spins in exchange-biased systems by high resolut...

    • Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is a useful technique for surface domain investigation; however, contrast interpretation can be difficult in situations in which imaging conditions are not ideal. The current work provides justification for a qualitative contrast interpretation framework, suitable for extracting physically meaningful information from MFM contrast obtained using commercially available batch tips for bulk equiatomic L10 FePd with several microstructures...

    P. Ohodnickiet al. Interpretation of Magnetic Force Microscopy Contrast Using Commerciall...

    • Magnetic force microscopy is a new method for imaging ferromagnetic domains with a high lateral resolution (10 nm)...

    C. Schünenbergeret al. Understanding magnetic force microscopy

    • Magnetic force microscopy is a scanning technique, derived from atomic force microscopy, that maps the magnetic interaction between a sample and a magnetic tip. It is simple to use (most microscopes operate in ambient conditions) and provides images with a resolution down to 20 nm in best cases. The images do not, however, correspond directly to the sample magnetization, because of the long range of magnetic forces, their complex sources, as well as the potentially perturbing effect of tip-sample interaction...

    A. Thiavilleet al. Magnetic Force Microscopy: Images of Nanostructures and Contrast Model...

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