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Effect of dipolar interactions on the ferromagnetic resonance properties in arrays of magnetic nanowires

Bibliographic reference Encinas-Oropesa, A. ; Demand, M. ; Piraux, Luc ; Ebels, U. ; Huynen, Isabelle. Effect of dipolar interactions on the ferromagnetic resonance properties in arrays of magnetic nanowires.8th Joint MMM/Intermag Conference (SAN ANTONIO(Texas), du 08/01/2001 au 11/01/2001).
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