Researchers at NIST, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge, Thin Film Magnetism Group, have used the NIST Scanning Electron Microscopy with Polarization Analysis (SEMPA) facility to directly image the magnetic domain structure of mesoscopic ring magnets.
What does SEMPA stand for?
SEMPA stands for Scanning Electron Microscopy with Polarization Analysis
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With their technique, called scanning electron microscopy with polarization analysis, they imaged the direction of magnetization along the iron coat as the thickness of the chromium wedge increased from 1 to 60 layers of atoms.
The coupling angles measured for Fe/Mn/Fe(001) tri-layers, using scanning electron microscopy with polarization analysis (SEMPA), were in approximate agreement with the predictions of the so-called torsion model, developed to describe the more complicated interlayer coupling when exchange coupling within the antiferromagnetic spacer is important.