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Title: Relaxation and Landau-Zener experiments down to 100 mK in Ferritin
Author: Durán, M.
Barco, Enrique del, 1968-
Hernández Ferràs, Joan Manel
Tejada Palacios, Javier
Keywords: Propietats magnètiques
Relaxació magnètica
Magnetic properties
Magnetic relaxation
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: The American Physical Society
Abstract: Temperature-independent magnetic viscosity in ferritin has been observed from 2 K down to 100 mK, proving that quantum tunneling plays the main role in these particles at low temperature. Magnetic relaxation has also been studied using the Landau-Zener method making the system crossing zero resonant field at different rates, alpha=dH/dt, ranging from 10^{-5} to 10^{-3} T/s, and at different temperatures, from 150 mK up to the blocking temperature. We propose a new Tln(Delta H_{eff}/tau_0 alpha) scaling law for the Landau-Zener probability in a system distributed in volumes, where Delta H_{eff} is the effective width of the zero field resonance
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It is part of: Physical Review B, 2002, vol. 65, núm. 17, p. 172401-1-172401-4
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ISSN: 0163-1829
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