By Mathias Getzlaff
This quantity stories on chosen facets regarding floor magnetism, a box of amazing curiosity over the past decade. The detailed emphasis is determined to the correlation of structural, digital and magnetic homes in infrequent earth steel structures and ferromagnetic transition metals. this can be made attainable by means of the mix of electron emission options (spin polarized photoelectron spectroscopy, magnetic dichroism in photoemission and spin polarized metastable deexcitation spectroscopy) and native probes with excessive lateral solution all the way down to the atomic scale (spin polarized scanning tunneling microscopy / spectroscopy).
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The same behavior of forming zigzag chains was found for Nd atoms on Mo(110) . 26 3 Structural and Electronic Properties of Rare Earth Metal Systems Fig. 3 Atomic structure models of the submonolayer superstructures formed by Gd/W(110) Besides the (8 9 2) structure which has not been described before the LEED and STM results are in excellent agreement with an earlier work by Kołaczkiewicz and Bauer  who proposed a structure model which was extended to the (8 9 2) structure (see Fig. 3).
The resulting sample topography is shown in Fig. 20. The substrate is Fig. 20 First and second ML GdFe2 on W(110). The scan range is 100 nm 9 100 nm. In the area marked with a box atomic resolution is obtained (see Fig. 21). Reprinted from , Copyright (1999), with permission from Elsevier 42 3 Structural and Electronic Properties of Rare Earth Metal Systems Fig. 21 Atomic resolution on first and second ML GdFe2 on W(110) obtained at U = 55 mV and I = 3 nA. The right image is enlarged from the left one in order to obtain a direct comparison of the locations in both layers.