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High magnetic field matching effects in NbN films induced by template grown dense ferromagnetic nanowires arrays

Bibliographic reference Hallet, Xavier ; Mátéfi-Tempfli, Maria-Rita ; Michotte, Sébastien ; Piraux, Luc ; Vanacken, J. ; et. al. High magnetic field matching effects in NbN films induced by template grown dense ferromagnetic nanowires arrays. In: Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 95, no. 25 (2009)
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