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16-11-2009
O.Bezencenet, A.Barbier, D.Bonamy, R.Belkhou (SOLEIL), P.Ohresser (SOLEIL)
With the advent of spin electronics (spintronics), it became particularly important to visualize and understand how magnetic domains form in magnetic structures. This is particularly tricky for antiferromagnetic layers, which show no macroscopic magnetization and therefore interact weakly with probes. Antiferromagnetic layers are essential elements in magnetic heterostructures where they are used to pin the magnetization of adjacent layers via magnetic exchange coupling.

 

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