Domain Wall (magnetism)

Domain Wall (magnetism)

A domain wall is a term used in physics which can have similar meanings in magnetism, optics, or string theory. These phenomena can all be generically described as topological solitons which occur whenever a discrete symmetry is spontaneously broken.

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Domain Wall (magnetism) - Types of Walls - Néel Wall
... A Néel wallis a narrow transition region between magnetic domains named after the French physicist Louis Néel ... In the Neel wall the magnetisation rotates from the direction of the first domainto the direction of the second, with a rotation axis that is parallel to the wallplane ... Néel wallsare the common magnetic domainwall type in very thin film where the exchange length is very large compared to the thickness ...

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