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This work introduces two advances in the technique known as magnetic pair distribution function (mPDF) analysis, which uses neutron scattering to determine the atomic-scale magnetism of materials. The first advance is the use of spin-polarized neutrons to isolate the magnetic part of the neutron scattering data. The second advance is an automated data-processing algorithm that generates high-quality mPDF data .

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Magnetism plays an important role in many materials with relevance to both technology and fundamental science. The magnetic pair distribution function (mPDF) technique is a promising new way to study atomic-scale magnetism, offering a valuable window into the basic magnetic properties of materials. The advancements introduced in this work will make mPDF analysis an even more effective method for studying magnetism in important materials.

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This page is a summary of: Magnetic pair distribution function data using polarized neutrons and ad hoc corrections, Journal of Applied Physics, December 2022, American Institute of Physics,
DOI: 10.1063/5.0130400.
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