In this review, the technique of resonant soft X-ray reflectivity in the study of magnetic low-dimensional systems is discussed. This technique is particularly appealing in the study of magnetization at buried interfaces and to discriminate single elemental contributions to magnetism, even when this is ascribed to few atoms. The major fields of application are described, including magnetic proximity effects, thin films of transition metals and related oxides, and exchange-bias systems. The fundamental theoretical background leading to dichroism effects in reflectivity is also briefly outlined.

Verna, A., Capelli, R., Pasquali, L. (2021). Resonant soft X-ray reflectivity in the study of magnetic properties of low-dimensional systems. MAGNETOCHEMISTRY, 7(10), 136 [10.3390/magnetochemistry7100136].

Resonant soft X-ray reflectivity in the study of magnetic properties of low-dimensional systems

Verna A.;
2021

Abstract

In this review, the technique of resonant soft X-ray reflectivity in the study of magnetic low-dimensional systems is discussed. This technique is particularly appealing in the study of magnetization at buried interfaces and to discriminate single elemental contributions to magnetism, even when this is ascribed to few atoms. The major fields of application are described, including magnetic proximity effects, thin films of transition metals and related oxides, and exchange-bias systems. The fundamental theoretical background leading to dichroism effects in reflectivity is also briefly outlined.
Verna, A., Capelli, R., Pasquali, L. (2021). Resonant soft X-ray reflectivity in the study of magnetic properties of low-dimensional systems. MAGNETOCHEMISTRY, 7(10), 136 [10.3390/magnetochemistry7100136].
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