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By K. Baberschke, M. Donath, W. Nolting (auth.), Prof. Klaus Baberschke, Prof. Wolfgang Nolting, Prof. Markus Donath (eds.)

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For example, in thin ﬁlm magnetism Fe, Co and Ni ions contribute equally strong to the anisotropy energy, be it a surface atom or an atom in the inner part of a nanostructure, namely 10−100µeV/atom. 3 · erg/cm which is not so easy to be compared. 2 we discuss the magnetic anisotropy energy (MAE), which is the energy to rotate the magnetization of a single magnetic domain from its easy axis into the hard axis. At ﬁrst glance this energy is largest at T = 0 and reduces to 0, if T approaches the ordering temperature T C [16].

Its contribution to the Hamiltonian is 1 H ls = ξl · s = ξlz sz + ξ [l+ s− + l− s+ ] 2 (1) where ξ and λ = l · s are the radial and angular part, respectively, of the spinorbit operator [14]. In a perturbation expansion H ls mixes an unperturbed state |gr of energy Egr with exited states |ex of energy Eex . A. D¨ urr Comparing Eq. (2) with the second-order contribution to the ground-state energy, E (2) , gives 1 E (2) = ξ l · s (3) 2 If we neglect spin-ﬂip terms caused by the ladder operators l∓ s± in Eq.

One might say that µL /atom is very small (left hand y-axis). On the other hand the relative change in % is extremely large, namely 22 %. 6µB , it is no surprise that the orbital moment is only a few % of µS . Important is the relative change of µL . 2) for these ultrathin Ni/Pt-multilayers is 10 − 100 times larger compared to a bulk Ni single crystal [44]. Finally we note that a precise determination of µL from XMCD relies on a proper determination of the area under the dichroic signal at the L3 - and L2 -edges.

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