Resonant X-Ray Scattering in Correlated Systems

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Youichi Murakami, Sumio Ishihara
Springer, Dec 27, 2016 - Science - 241 pages

The research and its outcomes presented here is devoted to the use of x-ray scattering to study correlated electron systems and magnetism. Different x-ray based methods are provided to analyze three dimensional electron systems and the structure of transition-metal oxides. Finally the observation of multipole orderings with x-ray diffraction is shown.


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Prof. Dr. Youichi Murakami is director of the Photon Factory at the Institute of Materials Structure Science at the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) in Japan.
Prof. Dr. Sumio Ishihara is head of the Theory of Condensed Matter Physics group in the Department of Physics at Tohoku University in Japan.