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Self-assembled nanomagnets close to the surface and deep inside a epilayer
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Image of FIG. 1.
FIG. 1.

(a) Azimuthal scan of the hexagonal maximum along the in-plane Ge directions. The -axis shows the distribution of the peak intensities along measured at fixed . (b) Radial scan along at incidence angles (solid line) and (dotted), respectively. (c) Zoom of the region around the RLPs. The solid line is a fit to the data (circles) at .

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FIG. 2.

(a) Radial scan along the direction at an incidence angles around the RLP. Several Bragg peaks are visible. (b) Measurements (symbols) and fits (lines) of the Bragg peak measured at about 10 nm (squares) and (circles) penetration depth, respectively. The scans are normalized to the illuminated area. (c) The same as in (b), but for the RLP.

Image of FIG. 3.
FIG. 3.

(a) Radial scan along . Only two peaks are visible: the (002) and (004). The lines are fits to the data (dots). (b) Sketch of the hexagonal unit cells to illustrate the precipitates orientations with respect to the cubic Ge matrix. (c) TEM micrograph of the precipitates within the Ge layer. (d) HRTEM of one surface precipitate with but with its -axis inclined to .


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Scitation: Self-assembled Mn5Ge3 nanomagnets close to the surface and deep inside a Ge1−xMnx epilayer