NewsCombined technique using diamond probes enables nanoscale
imaging of magnetic vortex structures

9th March 2021by admin0
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Obtaining a precise understanding of magnetic
structures is one of the main objectives of solid-state physics.
Significant research is currently being undertaken in this field,
the aim being to develop future data processing applications that
use tiny magnetic structures as information carriers. Physicists at
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and the Helmholtz
Institute Mainz (HIM) recently presented a new method for
investigating magnetic structures combining two different
techniques. This allows to measure and map the magnetization as
well as the magnetic fields of the sample. Involved in the project
were atomic physicists from the work group led by Professor Dmitry
Budker and the team of experimental solid-state physicists led by
Professor Mathias Kläui. The findings have been published in
Physical Review Applied.

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