The muon spectroscopy is an experimental technique which employs muon beams to study the properties of condensed matter. In particular, it allows us to study static and dynamic processes in magnetic materials (e.g. ferromagnets/antiferromagnets, spin glasses, frustrated, etc) and superconductors, as well as chemical reactions and diffusion phenomena of charged and neutral particles. Here we will describe at the elementary level the physical principles of this technique, highlighting especially the use in the microscopic study of the magnetic properties of materials.

SPETTROSCOPIA MUONICA: UNA SONDA MICROSCOPICA PER IL MAGNETISMO

SANNA, SAMUELE
2012

Abstract

The muon spectroscopy is an experimental technique which employs muon beams to study the properties of condensed matter. In particular, it allows us to study static and dynamic processes in magnetic materials (e.g. ferromagnets/antiferromagnets, spin glasses, frustrated, etc) and superconductors, as well as chemical reactions and diffusion phenomena of charged and neutral particles. Here we will describe at the elementary level the physical principles of this technique, highlighting especially the use in the microscopic study of the magnetic properties of materials.
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