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Phone: +49 351 260 3527

Nicole Zimmermann

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Phone: +49 351 260 3535

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Launch: September, 2019

Deadline: November 15th, 2019

Here you find the online proposal form.

Further Information

Electron Magnetic Resonance

Electron magnetic resonance (EMR) includes electron spin resonance (ESR) and cyclotron resonance (CR) and can be performed in pulsed magnetic fields using a transmission-probe tunable-frequency spectrometer operated in the  frequency ranges: 0.1 - 9 THz, covered by VDI  radiation sources (0.1 - 0.6 THz), molecular-gas laser (0.4 - 3.5 THz), and free-electron laser (1.2 - 9 THz).  The spectrometer is equipped with Ca:Ge and n-InSb bolometers. The lowest temperature available for EMR experiments is 1.5 K.  EMR experiments are best suited for magnet types A or B (needs a 24 mm bore); for more information please see Ref. [1].  

ESR spectra and frequency-field diagram Cu-PM ©Copyright: Dr. Zvyagin, Sergei

ESR spectra and frequency-field diagram of the quasi-1D chain material Cu-PM with alternating DM interaction (Ref. [2]).

ESR spectra and frequency-field diagram Cu2OSeo3 ©Copyright: Dr. Zvyagin, Sergei

ESR spectra and frequency-field diagram of the chiral skyrmionic Mott insulator Cu2OSeO3 (Ref. [3]).

ESR spectra and frequency-field diagram DIMPY ©Copyright: Dr. Gottschall, Tino

ESR spectra and frequency-field diagram of the strong-leg ladder material DIMPY (Ref. [4]).


References:  

[1] S.A.  Zvyagin et al., Rev. Sci. Instr. 80, 073102 (2009)

[2] S.A.  Zvyagin et al., Phys. Rev. B 83, 060409(R) (2011)

[3] M. Ozerov et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 157205 (2014)

[4] M. Ozerov et al., Phys. Rev. B. 92, 241113 (2015)