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(1) 3D alignment of biaxial microcrystals.
Biaxial crystals (triclinic, monoclinic, orthorhombic) align three-dimensionally under a non-uniform rotating magnetic field. By consolidating the alignment we obtain a composite in which microcrystals are aligned three-dimensionally. We call this composite 3D MOMA (Magnetically Oriented Microcrystal Array). A 3D MOMA produces diffraction images equivalent to those from a real single crystal. [Langmuir, 21, 4805 (2005)]


一軸磁場配向の様子(静磁場下)

一軸磁場配向の様子(回転磁場下)

3次元磁場配向の様子(変調回転磁場下)

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