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Semiconductor Physics
MAGNETO-OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY

Magneto-Optical Spectroscopy

Members
  • Apl. Prof. Dr. G. Salvan
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Former Members:

  • Dipl.Phys. Frank Lungwitz, Dr. Michael Fronk, M.Sc. Peter Robaschik,
    Dipl.Phys. Peter Richter
Topics
  • Magneto-optical properties of molecules and molecular thin films
  • Magneto-optical properties of transition metal oxides
  • Characterization of heterostructures for molecular spintronics
Equipment
  • MOKE spectrometer for ex situ and in situ measurements (spectral range: 1.7 eV -5.5 eV; magnetic field up to 1.7 T)
  • IR-MOKE spectrometer (spectral range 0.3 eV – 5.5 eV)
  • Micro-MOKE spectrometer (spectral range:1.2 eV – 2.6 eV)
  • Magneto-optical cryostat SM4000-8 from Oxford Instruments (1.5 K – 300 K; magnetic field up to 8 T)

Press Articles

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