Magnetism,10.1038/021106a0,Nature

Magnetism   (Citations: 648)
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Journal: Nature , vol. 21, no. 527, pp. 106-106, 1879
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    • ...With magnetic X-ray scattering 279 280 it is possible to obtain element-resolved hysteresis loops in trilayers 281 or bilayers 282...

    Hans-Benjamin Braun. Topological effects in nanomagnetism: from superparamagnetism to chira...

    • ...As revealed by the XRD analysis and EDAX quantification result, Fe2O3 is the prevalent compound in sample A. In its bulk form, it has two magnetic transition temperatures, one at 250 K and the other one at 950 K (Vonsovski 1974)...
    • ...Below 250 K (this temperature is referred to as the Morin transition (Morin 1950)) Fe2O3 is in the antiferromagnetic phase and above 250 K up to the Curie temperature, of 950 K, it exhibits weak ferromagnetism (Vonsovski 1974)...

    P. C. FanninCet al. Effect of the concentration of precursors on the microwave absorbent p...

    • ...In the analysis of a magnetically ordered state in metals, the redistribution of electrons over single-particle states due to the influence of the arising internal magnetic field of the exchange nature is taken into account within the model of itinerant electrons [4]...
    • ...in this work, however, in order to obtain more adequate quantitative surface characteristics with the inclusion of the magnetic ordering effects in the adsorbate film, we propose to use the known temperature dependence derived for the relative magnetization m in the molecular-field approximation from the solution to the equation [4]...
    • ...Expressions (17)-(18) allow one to adequately describe the observed temperature dependence of the relative magnetization of ferromagnets (in particular, the Fe, Co, and Ni transition metals at the spins SFe�˝1.11, SCo�˝0.86, and SNi�˝0.30 corresponding to the fractional effective magnetic moments of ions in these metals [4]), except for the critical fluctuation range and the lowtemperature range, in which the dependence m(T) can be ...

    M. V. Mamonovaet al. Adsorption of transition metal ions on metal surfaces with the formati...

    • ...We assume that spectrum I represents a ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) [11, 12, 13, 14] and spectrum II corresponds to the paramagnetic center(s) in the sample...

    Iryna S. Golovinaet al. Dielectric Properties and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Nanocryst...

    • ...Successes in the investigations of magnetism1 have made it possible to widen extensively the areas of application of magnetic fields for practical and scientific applications...

    V. G. Rekus. Changes in the structure and physical properties of composite metallic...

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