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Antiferromagnetic domain walls in Chromium Oxide imaged with Scanning NV Magnetometry

Nanoscale mechanics of domain walls

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Scanning NV Magnetometry unlocks the characterization of the effects of strain and electrical fields on exotic antiferromagnetic spin textures in multiferroics.

Topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnets

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Scanning NV Magnetometry unlocks the characterization of the effects of strain and electrical fields on exotic antiferromagnetic spin textures in multiferroics.

Exotic antiferromagnetic spin cycloids in bismuth ferrite thin films

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Scanning NV Magnetometry unlocks the characterization of the effects of strain and electrical fields on exotic antiferromagnetic spin textures in multiferroics.

Measure electrical current with Scanning NV Magnetometry

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Scanning NV Magnetometry reveals nanoscopic weak magnetic inhomogeneities in nanowires never observed before by standard characterization tools.

Vario PQ

Characterize devices in working conditions with Vario PQ.

Long decay length of magnon-polarons in multiferroic/ ferromagnetic heterostructures

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Scanning NV Magnetometry reveals nanoscopic weak magnetic inhomogeneities in nanowires never observed before by standard characterization tools.

Probing Weak Magnetic Defects in Nanowires with Scanning NV Magnetometry

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Scanning NV Magnetometry reveals nanoscopic weak magnetic inhomogeneities in nanowires never observed before by standard characterization tools.

Spatial Resolution in Scanning NV Magnetometry – Technical Note

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This technical note explains how spatial resolution is defined in Scanning NV Magnetometry. For a given distance d between the NV center and the scanned surface, the best achievable lateral spatial resolution is 0.86 d.

Magnetic field measurement with NV centers in diamond – Technical Note

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This technical note provides the reader with the fundamentals of NV magnetometry.
Enlarged image of a probe using Qnami's Scanning NV Microscopy technology

Antiferromagnetic spin cycloids in bismuth ferrite (BiFeO3) – Application Note

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Image and understand non-trivial chiral spin textures using the Qnami ProteusQ Scanning NV Microscope.
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