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Figure 6
(a) Branching of the fundamental spectra σ(0) and σ(2) into [\sigma _{{a_{1g}}}^{\left(0 \right)}], [\sigma _{{e_g}}^{\left(0 \right)}] and [\sigma _{{t_{2g}}}^{\left(0 \right)}] of Fe3O4 using a cubic expansion. (b) Fe L2,3 XMLD with linear horizontal polarization (labelled LH) where the XMLD signal is defined as: XMLD = XAS(ϕ) − XAS(90°) and ϕ is the angle of the magnetic field. The measured (Exp.) and the calculated (Calc.) result from the cubic field expansion are shown in the left and right panels, respectively. (c) Fe L2,3 XMLD measured with linear polarization rotated 30° from the [1,0,0] (labelled L30) where the XMLD signal is defined as XMLD = XAS(ϕ) − XAS(60°).

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