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Fig. 11 | Nano Convergence

Fig. 11

From: Spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy with quantitative insights into magnetic probes

Fig. 11

bd Reprinted from [18] with permission from Institute of Physics (Copyright 2014). fh Reprinted from [20] with permission from Nature Publishing Group (Copyright 2016)

Differential conductance asymmetry A dI/dV. a Two magnetic configurations in spin-STM measurements, AP and P, corresponding to two distinct magnetic states of a bilayer Co nanoisland, pointing up and down, respectively. b, c dI/dV images of the Co nanoisland ‘A’ in Fig. 5 a measured at μ0 H ext = −1 T and V b = + 0.03 V for AP (b) and P (c) states. d A dI/dV map calculated from the dI/dV images of b and c. e Two relative magnetization configurations of spin-STM measurements, corresponding to two distinct magnetic states of a bilayer Fe nanoisland, α and β. f, g dI/dV images of a Fe nanoisland, measured at external fields of (b) 0 T and (c) a value ≥ H sat. h A dI/dV map calculated from the dI/dV images of f and g.

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