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Multilayered metal films with artificial superstructures are prepared by alternate deposition of two elements in ultrahigh vacuum. Preparation and characterization for Fe-Mg and Fe-V superlattices are described. From hyperfine field measurements, chemical profiles of interfaces are discussed. Magnetic properties of extremely thin Fe layers sandwiched in between Mg layers are studied by means of Mőssbauer absorption spectroscopy.
KeywordsSpectroscopy Thin Film Magnetic Property Field Measurement Absorption Spectroscopy
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