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23 November 1992 New aspect in employing magnetic anisotropic FeCo thin films as neutron polarizers
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The reverse of the beam polarization vector is the necessary procedure in carrying out the experiments by polarized neutrons. At the present time, a number of methods and set-ups (spin-flippers) are widely used in experiments by the thermal polarized neutrons. A new way to get the neutron beam polarization of a necessary sign during the process of neutron specular reflection from ferromagnetic anisotropic mirrors is proposed. The results of its check-up on a neutron polarized beam are given. The measured spin reverse probability by this method is near unity, and it does not practically depend on a neutron wavelength. The application of this method allows one to exclude the spin-flipper as an element of polarized neutrons set-ups.
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Daniel A. Korneev "New aspect in employing magnetic anisotropic FeCo thin films as neutron polarizers", Proc. SPIE 1738, Neutron Optical Devices and Applications, (23 November 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.130659
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