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Ultrafast spectroscopy

A glimpse of spin motion

Ultrashort pulses of X-rays from a free-electron laser capture the spatiotemporal evolution of spins in the different crystallographic directions of a complex magnetic material.

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Figure 1: Structure of Sr2IrO4 and schematics of the measuring process.

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Carbone, F. A glimpse of spin motion. Nature Mater 15, 593–594 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmat4647

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