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Magnetism under Pressure with Synchrotron Radiation

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Magnetic properties of materials dramatically depend on the distance between ions and on the volume available to each magnetic ion. In this course, we will introduce a bird-view of the various possible effects of pressure on the magnetic state and the applications of these effects on the fundamental understanding of the magnetism in condensed matter and to the physics and chemistry of minerals in the interior of the Earth and planets.

We will give basic information about the experimental possibilities offered by synchrotron radiation based techniques in order to explore the magnetic state of matter at high pressure, their interest and feasibility. Finally, we will give some experimental highlights where x-ray techniques using synchrotron radiation have been successfully used to show and explain the magnetic state of matter at high density.

This talk is part of the Quantum Matter Seminar series.

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