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Texture Induced Spin Transport and Magnetic Dynamics in High Oriented Growth Fe3O4 Films

Tuning of In-plane Uniaxial Magnetic Anisotropy and the Microwave Properties in Soft Magnetic Metallic Thin Films

Large Reversible Magnetostrictive Effect in MnCoSi-based Alloys at Room Temperature

Spin gapless semiconductors based on Heusler alloys

The Magnetic and Magnetocaloric Properties in Cr-substituted Ferrimagnetic Mn2Sb0.95In0.05 Alloys


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