Off-axis electron holography for the quantitative study of magnetic properties of nanostructures: from the single nanomagnet to the complex device.

@inproceedings{Gatel2018OffaxisEH,
  title={Off-axis electron holography for the quantitative study of magnetic properties of nanostructures: from the single nanomagnet to the complex device.},
  author={Christophe Gatel and B{\'e}n{\'e}dicte Warot-Fonrose and Marie-Jos{\'e} Casanove and Aur{\'e}lien Masseboeuf and Nicolas Biziere and Francisco A. B. Bonilla and Lise-Marie Lacroix and Antoine Meffre and Thomas Blon},
  year={2018}
}
Electromagnetic properties are one of the keys for understanding and mastering nano systems used in many applications, as in medical treatment, optics, microelectronic or data storage. Various methods exist to map magnetic fields. Some are based on near field microscopy, like magnetic force microscopy, other on X-ray set-ups, like photoemission electron microscopy. Electron holography (EH), a powerful transmission electron microscopy method, is another appropriate tool which combines high… CONTINUE READING