IFLP   13074
INSTITUTO DE FISICA LA PLATA
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
congresos y reuniones científicas
Título:
Local Magnetic Susceptibility by M¨ossbauer Effect
Autor/es:
G. A. PASQUEVICH; P.MENDOZA ZÉLIS; N.MARTÍNEZ; A. VEIGA; M. B. FERNÁNDEZ VAN RAAP; F.H. SÁNCHEZ
Lugar:
Lima
Reunión:
Conferencia; XII avo Latin American Conference on the application of the Mossbauer Effect; 2010
Institución organizadora:
Universidad de San Marcos
Resumen:
Classical M¨ossbauer spectroscopy has been widely expanded to M¨ossbauer scans on temperature and on magnetic field. In the latter it was demonstrated the ability of the M¨ossbauer magnetic scans (MMS) to give a cuasi-continuous dependence of the magnetic moments orientations with the applied field. In that way the information so obtained is related with the one obtained by a B vs H cycle, with the additional advantages of M¨ossbauer Effect and its spectroscopy, like the local character and the ability to distinguish different phases or sites and so measure the corresponding magnetic response independently. In the present work a new application of this M¨ossbauer operation mode is presented. The M¨ossbauer Effect is synchronically recorded with an applied field consisting of a DC component (up to 100 Oe) and a small AC component (up to 10 Oe) with frequency in the order range of the few kHz. The energy of the gamma photons is chosen to match one of the absorption lines of the M¨ossbauer magnetic spectrum. The so obtained results may be considered related and complementary to magnetic AC susceptibility. For low AC magnetic field amplitudes, at which the response may be considered lineal, amplitude and phase shift of the M¨ossbauer Effect variations relative to the excitation field may be recorded as a function of frequency. The former may provide information on magnetic moments spatial variations, while the latter gives information on characteristic times of these variations. Here the experimental set up, acquisition mode, and preliminary considerations on data analysis and interpretation are discussed. The experiments were performed on a 20 μm Fe78B13Si9 ribbon, obtained by melt-spinning over which 20 μm Al film was grown by sputtering on both faces [3]. A delay from 0 to 0.037¼ as excitation frequency changes from 0 to 2 kHz, which is independent of DC applied field, is reported. The plausibility to study systems displaying dynamic with more noticeable frequency dependence is discussed. References [1] “Advances in constant velocity M¨ossbauer instrumentation”, A. Veiga, et al, Hyperfine Interactions, 167, (2006) pp 905-909. [2] “Determination of the Iron atomic magnetic moments dynamics in the nanocrystalline ribbons Fe90Zr7B3 by M¨ossbauer Magnetic Scans”, G. A. Pasquevich, et.al. Physica B, 384, (2006) pp 348-350. [3] “Magnetic domain structure and Anisotropy distribution in Al/Metglas 2605S2/Al trilayers” P. S. Moscon, et. al.. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 41 (2008) 225004. Keywords : M¨ossbauer Magnetic Scans, Magnetic Susceptibility, Metglas, trilayers * Corresponding author. E-mail address: gpasquev@fisica.unlp.edu.ar Code :: T01105 Topic :: Advances in experimentation and Data Processing Presentation preference :: Oral
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