Polref science

Research you can do with the instrument

polREF will have flexible, three-directional polarisation control, allowing access to all elements of the polarisation matrix over a wavelength range from 1–15 Å. Accurate three-dimensional control of applied magnetic fields at the sample position will be achieved with a 0.5 Tesla magnet, and in-situ magneto-optic Kerr microscopy will give complementary information on the magnetic configuration. A 10 Tesla superconducting magnet will be provided for measurements of rare earth magnetism and superconductivity. polREF will have a 23 m primary flight path and view the grooved solid methane moderator.

Applications

  • Spinelectronics
    • GMR Spin Valves
    • TMR and CMR Devices
    • Exchange Bias
    • Spin-injection in Semiconductors
  • Magnetic Nanostructures
    • Magnetic Dot Arrays
    • Magnetic Stripes
    • Fundamental Magnetism
  • Superconductivity
    • Model Magnetic Systems
    • Lanthanide and Actinide Research
  • Additional areas of research and future potential
    • Neutron Depolarisation
    • The Inverse Phase Problem
    • In-situ growth

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