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Title: Materials; films; magneto-optic imaging film
Description: NIST MOIF (Magneto-optic imaging film) technique is unique in being able to image magnetic domains in real time while they are forming, growing and disappearing. Bright and dark regions represent stray magnetic fields as domains change. Here a series of MOIF images shows reversal of domains in a ferromagnetic film having a grid of antiferromagnetic strips on top as the external field increases to the right.

*MSEL, electromagnetic nanostructures, data storage, nanoscale, magnetic, magento-optic imaging film, magnetoresistance, ferromagnetic, imaging
Subjects (names):
Topics/Categories: Nanotechnology--Materials
Type: Graphic/scientific data
Source: National Institute of Standards and Technology
Credit Line as it should
appear in print:
Shapiro/NIST
AV Number: 09MSEL014
Date Created: 2009
Date Entered: 6/30/2009

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