- Conference date: 3-6 December 1974
- Location: San Francisco, CA, USA
Antiferromagnetic resonance experiments have been conducted on NaMnF3 at frequencies from 31 to 37 GHz in magnetic fields up to 18 K Oe, and at temperatures ranging from 4.2°K to 67°K. The principal observed resonances may be qualitatively explained by the simple antiferromagnetic model as modified by the addition of antisymmetric exchange and/or crystalline anisotropic canting terms. In addition to antiferromagnetic resonances, several highly structured resonances (probably not antiferromagnetic) were observed for temperatures below 10°K.
- Antiferromagnetic resonance
- Crystal structure
- Magnetic anisotropy
- Magnetic fields
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