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in addition for the Fe/Cr/Fe sandwich system, the existence of antiferromagnetic interlayer coupling was reported for Co/Cu multilayers and many other systems.
1] K with decreasing temperature because of the presence of antiferromagnetic interactions between two [Fe.
Electron-Hole Symmetry and Magnetic Coupling in Antiferromagnetic LaFeAsO.
This means that antiferromagnetic atom rows can be spaced much more closely without magnetically interfering with each other.
As the number of holes increases, the motion of the holes frustrates the antiferromagnetic order since the hole hops from site to site without changing the directions of its spin, and thus suppress the antiferromagnetic order along its path.
This behavior is consistent with very weak antiferromagnetic interaction between the copper(II) ions.
And in both groups, superconductivity appears when scientists destabilize the antiferromagnetic order--through doping or by applying pressure--and magnetic orientations within the crystal start to fluctuate, switching from up to down.
This indicates that the microspherules have a ferromagnetic content higher than Maastrichtian or Danian material, but lower than impact layer bulk sample, and that they have a high fraction of high coercivity antiferromagnetic material, in contrast with the impact layer bulk sample which is dominated by a ferrimagnetic phase.
2] plane forms the square lattice of antiferromagnetic spins.
It also discusses the measurements for simple representatives of antiferromagnets and superconductors like the transition metal based uni-axial two-sublattice antiferromagnetic insulator and superconducting dichalcogenide 2H-NbSe2, which reveal quantum oscillations of magnetostriction and its peculiarities in a peak effect regime.
Pankhurst QA, Pollard RJ (1990) Mossbauer spectra of antiferromagnetic powders in applied fields.
1]H NMR spectra of oxo-centered Cr(III) carboxylate assemblies possess readily discernable signals; the ability to observe these broad signals is aided by the antiferromagnetic coupling between the chromic centers, effectively reducing the magnetic moment per Cr (Glass, et al.