IMaSS successfully developed a method measuring the local magnetic moments with atomic-plane resolution.
- A world record in spatial resolution for measuring the magnetic moments of a ferromagnetic material. -
Prof. S. Muto's group has successfully developed, for the first time in the world, a quantitative measurement scheme of magnetic moments in ferromagnetic materials with atomic plane resolution, using a nano-probe of a transmission electron microscope.
This work has been accomplished by a joint research project with Uppsala University (Sweden) and Jülich Research Centre (Germany). For more info (in Japanese)
The Uppsala University in Sweden explains more in the mynewsdesk.com.
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