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DATE

2010-03-03

AUTHORS

A. Rogalev , J. Goulon , F. Wilhelm , A. Bosak

ABSTRACT

The detection of optical activity (OA) with X-rays became possible with third generation synchrotron radiation sources. X-ray detected OA stems mainly from electric dipole–electric quadrupole interference terms, which mix multipoles of opposite parity: this implies that these effects can be observed only in systems with broken inversion symmetry. Natural OA refers to effects that are even with respect to time-reversal symmetry, while nonreciprocal OA is concerned with time-reversal odd contributions. Various types of X-ray dichroisms related to either natural or nonreciprocal OA were measured at the ESRF and are briefly reviewed in this chapter. More... »

PAGES

169-190

Book

TITLE

Magnetism and Synchrotron Radiation

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978-3-642-04497-7
978-3-642-04498-4

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