OBSERVATION OF MAGNETIC DOMAINS IN IRRADIATED TRANSITION METALS BY HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

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Ono , F. ; Jakubovics , J. ; Maeta , H. (1988)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1051/jphyscol:19888856
  • Subject: [ PHYS.HIST ] Physics [physics]/Physics archives
    mesheuropmc: inorganic chemicals

The effect of irradiation on the movement of domain walls was studied in ferromagnetic transition metals by using a high voltage electron microscope. In iron, a domain wall became easily movable at a 300 kV irradiation. The mobility was less affected in cobalt, while in nickel the effect was the greatest.
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    [ I ] , Ono, F. and Maeta, H., Proc. Int. Symp. Physics of Magnetic Materials (World Scientific Pub. Co., Singapore) 1987, p. 583.

    [2] Series, R. W., Part 11 Thesis (Univ. Oxfordj 1975; Lucasson, P., Fundamental Aspects of Radiation Damage in Metals (U.S. Energy Res. A h . ) 1975, p. 42.

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