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Séminaire MCBT

Mardi 8 Novembre à 11h00,
Salle Louis Weil, E424

Orateur : Rudolf Rüffer (ESRF)
"Magnetism as seen by Nuclear Resonance techniques"


With the advent of nuclear resonance scattering with synchrotron radiation (NRS) the outstanding properties of the Moessbauer effect and those of the synchrotron radiation have emerged to a new quality in applications under extreme conditions and vibrational spectroscopies.
After a short introduction to NRS typical examples of investigations with emphasis to magnetic properties will be presented such as of exchanged coupled thin films, magnetic nano-structures, magnetism at high pressure and in (pulsed) magnetic fields, magnetic domains, probe layer technique, and superconductivity.
Eventually, a short outline of the Nuclear Resonance beamline and its experimental infrastructure shall invite you for your next experiment at the ESRF.


R. Rüffer, A.I. Chumakov - Nuclear Resonance - In : Synchrotron Light Sources and Free-Electron Lasers, eds. E. Jaeschke, S. Khan, J.R. Schneider and J.B. Hastings, Springer 2015 ; DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-04507-8_31-1
R. Rüffer - Nuclear Resonance Scattering - In : Saleem Hashmi (editor-in-chief), Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering. Oxford : Elsevier ; 2016. pp. 1-13.
R. Rühlsberger - Nuclear Resonant Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation : Applications in Magnetism - In : "X-Ray Diffraction : Modern Experimental Techniques", Seeck O.H. (Eds.) Murphy B.M. (Eds.) (Pan Stanford Publishing, 2015) pp.205-227
R.Rüffer - Nuclear Resonance Scattering - C.R.Physique 9 (2008) 595

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