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Magnetic Circular Dichroism in X-Ray Fluorescence

  • L.-C. Duda (a1), C. F. Hague (a2), D. C. Mancini (a1), J.-M. Mariot (a2), C. Marliere (a3), J. Nordgren (a1), P. Skytt (a1) and N. Wassdahl (a1)...

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X-ray fluorescence spectra from magnetized iron excited by circularly polarized synchrotron radiation are reported. The Fe L2.3 emission band gives rise to a distinct dichroic signal in confirmation of a recent theoretical prediction. These preliminary experiments carried out with “white” and only partially circularly-polarized synchrotron radiation nevertheless reveal an asymmetry which reflects the spin polarization of the Fe 3d valence electrons. The usefulness of developing specialized high flux circularly-polarized sources is clearly established.

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Magnetic Circular Dichroism in X-Ray Fluorescence

  • L.-C. Duda (a1), C. F. Hague (a2), D. C. Mancini (a1), J.-M. Mariot (a2), C. Marliere (a3), J. Nordgren (a1), P. Skytt (a1) and N. Wassdahl (a1)...

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