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Figure 7
Computed L2,3 XMLD: (a) and (b) with linear polarization || [1,0,0] (labelled LH) for Fe3+ and Fe2+ in Oh symmetry, respectively. The XMLD is defined as: XMLD = XAS(ϕ) − XAS(90°) where ϕ is the angle of the magnetic field. The solid lines show XMLD computed individually for every magnetic field orientation while the dashed lines are computed using the cubic field expansion. Panels (c) and (d) are the results with linear polarization rotated 30° from the [1,0,0] (labelled L30) where the XMLD is defined as: XMLD = XAS(ϕ) − XAS(60°).

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