Shinsuke Imada

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We present a detailed examination of strongly blueshifted emission lines observed with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on board the Hinode satellite. We found two kinds of blueshifted phenomenon associated with the X3.4 flare that occurred on 2006 December 13. One was related to a plasmoid ejection seen in soft X-rays. It was very bright in all the lines used(More)
We have investigated the magnetic electronic structures of PtMnSb, NiMnSb, Ni2MnSb,MnSb, MnAlGe, and Mn2Sb by soft-x-ray absorption spectroscopy ~XAS! and magnetic circular dichroism ~MCD! measurements in the Mn 2p core absorption region. Different degrees of the electron itinerancy of the Mn 3d states are discussed. The large orbital angular momentum of(More)
Magnetic circular dichroism in the soft-x-ray absorption spectrum in the 2p→3d excitation region of the transition-metal element is measured for ferromagnetic Cu3Au-type alloys, MnPt3 , Fe3Pt and CoPt3 . The electronic state, especially the contribution of the spin and orbital angular momenta to the magnetic moment, is discussed by analyzing the results.(More)
We report bulk 4f and non-4f spectral functions near the Fermi level (EF) of a Kondo semiconductor CeRhAs and its related compound CePdSn by virtue of high-resolution soft X-ray photoemission. The non-4f spectrum of CeRhAs measured at 20K shows a shoulder at the binding energy of 0:18 eV and almost negligible spectral weight at EF: Although a peak similar(More)
We have measured high-resolution Ce 4d}4f resonant photoemission spectra of CeB 6 . In the on-resonance spectra, two peaks appear near the Fermi level (E F ). We have revealed that one corresponds to the 4f1 7@2 "nal state whereas the other one closer to E F is due to a mixture of the tail of the Kondo peak (! 8 "nal state) and its crystalline electric "eld(More)
S. Qiao,1,* A. Kimura,2,† H. Adachi,3 K. Iori,2 K. Miyamoto,2 T. Xie,2 H. Namatame,1 M. Taniguchi,1,2 A. Tanaka,4 T. Muro,5 S. Imada,6 and S. Suga6 1Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 739-8526, Japan 2Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 739-8526, Japan(More)
We present a multi-wavelength observation of a solar flare occurring on 2006 December 13 with Hinode, RHESSI, and the Nobeyama Radio Observatory, to study the electron acceleration site and mechanism. The Solar Optical Telescope (SOT) on board Hinode observed elongated flare ribbons, and RHESSI observed double-footpoint hard X-ray (HXR) sources appearing in(More)
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