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1994 | 86 | 4 | 521-535
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Magnetic X-Ray Scattering

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It was proposed in the 1950's that X-rays could be used to probe magnetization densities. After some experimental demonstrations of the technique, applications have shown that the use of magnetic X-ray scattering combined with synchrotron radiation can lead to important new discoveries in the magnetism of solid materials. Several important features have emerged, especially the resonant magnetic X-ray scattering: large enhancements of scattered intensities, site and species selectivity, X-ray energy and polarization dependence. These properties make it possible to study new phenomena: details of magnetic structures of materials including micro-crystals, new aspects of magnetic phase transitions and surface magnetism.
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86
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4
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521-535
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1994-10
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