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Torque-mixing magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Mechanically detected spin resonancesThe interaction of spins in a sample with a magnetic field can generate forces that can be sensed with cantilever probes. Losby et al. measured the resonance signals at room temperature with a micromechanical torque magnetometer. The difference between two applie... Full description

Journal Title: Science November 13, 2015, Vol.350(6262), pp.798-801
Main Author: Losby, Je
Other Authors: Sani, Ffani , Grandmont, D , Diao, Z , Belov, M , Burgess, Jaj , Compton, W , Hiebert, D , Vick, K , Mohammad, E , Salimi, Ge , Bridges, D , Thomson, M , Freeman, Je
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  • Sani, Ffani
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  • Compton, W
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  • Vick, K
  • Mohammad, E
  • Salimi, Ge
  • Bridges, D
  • Thomson, M
  • Freeman, Je
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description: Mechanically detected spin resonancesThe interaction of spins in a sample with a magnetic field can generate forces that can be sensed with cantilever probes. Losby et al. measured the resonance signals at room temperature with a micromechanical torque magnetometer. The difference between two applied radio-frequency signals corresponded to the mechanical frequency of the resonator. This approach revealed the vortex core dynamics of the ferri-toferro-magnetic transition in a micrometer-sized yttrium-iron-garnet single-crystal disk.Science, this issue p. 798 A universal, torque-mixing method for magnetic resonance spectroscopy is presented. In analogy to resonance detection by magnetic induction, the transverse component of a precessing dipole moment can be measured in sensitive broadband spectroscopy, here using a resonant mechanical torque sensor. Unlike induction, the torque amplitude allows equilibrium magnetic properties to be monitored simultaneously with the...
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abstractMechanically detected spin resonancesThe interaction of spins in a sample with a magnetic field can generate forces that can be sensed with cantilever probes. Losby et al. measured the resonance signals at room temperature with a micromechanical torque magnetometer. The difference between two applied radio-frequency signals corresponded to the mechanical frequency of the resonator. This approach revealed the vortex core dynamics of the ferri-toferro-magnetic transition in a micrometer-sized yttrium-iron-garnet single-crystal disk.Science, this issue p. 798 A universal, torque-mixing method for magnetic resonance spectroscopy is presented. In analogy to resonance detection by magnetic induction, the transverse component of a precessing dipole moment can be measured in sensitive broadband spectroscopy, here using a resonant mechanical torque sensor. Unlike induction, the torque amplitude allows equilibrium magnetic properties to be monitored simultaneously with the...
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