Combined Kerr microscope and magnetic force microscope for variable temperature ultrahigh vacuum investigationsAxel Enders Publications
Date of this Version1-1-2003
AbstractA new system combining a Kerr microscope and a magnetic force microscope for the study of magnetic domains in ultrathin films under ultrahigh vacuum conditions is presented. Due to the overlapping imaging range of both techniques magnetic domains can be investigated over a lateral range from millimeter down to fractions of a micrometer. Experiments can be done at variable temperatures, from 80 K to 600 K. First results are presented showing the same magnetic domain in a three monolayer Fe film on Cu (100) imaged with both techniques.
Citation InformationD. Peterka, Axel Enders, G. Haas and Klaus Kern. "Combined Kerr microscope and magnetic force microscope for variable temperature ultrahigh vacuum investigations" (2003)
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