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Nanomagnetism

We investigate electronic and magnetic properties of novel nanoscale systems to understand and improve their performance in (future) application. As main characterization technique we use x-ray absorption spectroscopy.

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Shutdown of BESSY II

Bad news: Because of the coronavirus pandemia, the BESSY II synchrotron radiation source of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin was converted to minimum operation on March 20th, 2020. User operation stopped completely.

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New UHV system for nanoparticle synthesis

Gas-phase condensation can now be used in our group to synthesise metallic and oxidic nanoparticles with narrow size distribution. The system is UHV compatible and offers the possibility to prepare core-shell nanoparticles by in-flight coating of the initially formed particles. The systems was purchased from Mantis Deposition Ltd., a first test run was performed successfully.

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Our work on the front cover of Annalen der Physik

What are the mutual influences of electronic properties, crystallographic structures and magnetism? Moreover, how do they affect phase transitions? To shed light on these subjects, we investigated surface modified magnetite nanoparticles using element-specific synchrotron radiation spectroscopy. Our work has been featured on the front cover of “Annalen der Physik“ a journal renowned in the field of physics for more than 225 years.
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Last updated: 2020-04-06
PD Dr. Carolin Schmitz-Antoniak