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Surface Magnetization of Ferromagnetic Ni(110): A Polarized LEED Experiment

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Author(s)

Robert Celotta, Daniel T. Pierce, G Wang, S Bader, G P. Felcher

Abstract

The magnetic field dependence (hysteresis curve) and the temperature dependence of the magnetization at a Ni(110) surface was measured by polarized low-energy electron diffraction. The diffracted intensities are spin dependent by a few percent. The temperature dependence of the surface magnetization measured in the range 0.5
Citation
Physical Review Letters
Volume
43
Issue
10

Citation

Celotta, R. , Pierce, D. , Wang, G. , Bader, S. and Felcher, G. (1979), Surface Magnetization of Ferromagnetic Ni(110): A Polarized LEED Experiment, Physical Review Letters (Accessed June 19, 2024)

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Created September 2, 1979, Updated October 12, 2021