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10f). 3 Skyrmions at Interface 29 b a e Fe Fe Ir d Ir Side view c Fe Q2 Q1 Ir b c 10 nm 3 nm d 23 pm Fig. 9 Skyrmion lattice observed by a spin-polarised scanning tunnelling microscopy (SP-STM) measurement for the Fe monolayer on Ir(111). (a) Sketch of the nanoskyrmion lattice: cones represent atoms of a hexagonal Fe layer and point along their magnetisation directions; red and green represent up and down magnetisation components, respectively. (b) Atomic-resolution STM images of a pseudomorphic hexagonal Fe layer at an Ir step edge.