Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties

Förster S, Baum G, Müller M, Steidl H (2002)
Phys.Rev. B 66(13).

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The dependence of surface magnetic properties on oxygen coverage of ordered and unordered Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) films have been studied by the means of spin-polarized metastable deexcitation spectroscopy. A recently developed deconvolution method allows the direct calculation of the surface spin densities effective in the deexcitation process from measured secondary electron spectra. The O-2p-derived surface states show exchange splitting due to magnetic coupling which is dependent on surface order and coverage.
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Förster S, Baum G, Müller M, Steidl H. Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties. Phys.Rev. B. 2002;66(13).
Förster, S., Baum, G., Müller, M., & Steidl, H. (2002). Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties. Phys.Rev. B, 66(13).
Förster, S., Baum, G., Müller, M., and Steidl, H. (2002). Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties. Phys.Rev. B 66.
Förster, S., et al., 2002. Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties. Phys.Rev. B, 66(13).
S. Förster, et al., “Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties”, Phys.Rev. B, vol. 66, 2002.
Förster, S., Baum, G., Müller, M., Steidl, H.: Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties. Phys.Rev. B. 66, (2002).
Förster, Stefan, Baum, Günter, Müller, Marius, and Steidl, Hans. “Oxygen adsorption on Fe/W(110) and Co/W(110) thin films: Surface magnetic properties”. Phys.Rev. B 66.13 (2002).
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