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antiferromagnetic

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  • adjective physics exhibiting antiferromagnetism

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  • adjective relating to antiferromagnetism

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  • The cluster of atoms is described as antiferromagnetic - a rare quality in which each atom in the array has an opposed magnetic orientation.

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  • Because two years before that time I had discovered the antiferromagnetic interlayer exchange coupling and I reported on that in various conferences and Albert Fert heard one of these talks and decided that, for the kind of physics he is doing, namely magnetoresistance effects in diluted alloys, that would be an interesting configuration to investigate this effect also in the layered structures with the antiferromagnetic exchange coupling.

    Peter Grünberg - Interview

  • (Albert Fert's original article) "Enhanced magnetoresistance in layered magnetic structures with antiferromagnetic interlayer exchange" by G. Binasch et al.,

    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2007 - Further Reading

  • (Albert Fert's original article) ● Enhanced magnetoresistance in layered magnetic structures with antiferromagnetic interlayer exchange by G. Binasch et al, Physical Review B, Vol. 39, No. 7 (1989).

    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2007

  • If the oligopolistic competition has power-law falloff and there is increased local competition among agents, then the model has a rich phase diagram with an antiferromagnetic checkerboard state, striped states and maze-like states with varying widths, and finally a paramagnetic state.

    Strange Science

  • Louis E.F. Néel introduced basic models to describe antiferromagnetic and ferrimagnetic materials, which are important components in many solid state devices.

    The Nobel Prizes in Physics 1901-2000

  • The frequency shifts resulting from this antiferromagnetic resonance have made solid 3He an extremely useful model magnetic system, and to understand them theoretically, we had borrowed some of the same formalism which

    Douglas D. Osheroff - Autobiography

  • Highlights, in addition to the work on superfluid 3He, include the discovery of the tri-critical point on the phase separation curve of liquid 3He-4He mixtures by graduate student Erlend Graf, John D. Reppy and myself, the discovery of the antiferromagnetic ordering in solid

    David M. Lee - Autobiography

  • They were actually not looking for superfluidity, but for an antiferromagnetic phase in solid helium-3, which according to predictions was to appear below 2 mK.

    Additional background material on the Nobel Prize in Physics 1996

  • In parallel, Dr. Heinrich Rohrer was studying such effects in the antiferromagnetic system of GdAlO3.

    K. Alex Müller - Autobiography

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