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Neutron scattering

The group is actively involved in the field of neutron scattering, using both polarized- and unpolarized beams. Neutrons are an excellent microscopic probe of magnetism, and can be used to determine  magnetic structures,  map magnetization density distributions and study magnetic excitations.

    Some of the problems we have been tackling with neutrons:

  • magnetic interactions between d- and f- sublattices in intermetallic compounds with the ThMn12-type of structure
  • multi-k magnetic structures
  • band nesting and spin-density waves in dopped chromium alloys
  • Dzyaloshinsky-Moryia interactions in long-range modulated magnetic structures.
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