NewsObserving magnon-polarons using a nanopatterned magnetic
structure lit by short laser pulses

4th November 2020by admin0
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A team of physicists from Germany, Russia, Ukraine and
the United Kingdom has found a new way to observe magnon-polarons
by using a nanopatterned magnetic structure lit with short laser
pulses. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review B,
the group describes extending prior research involving
magnon-polarons to develop a better method for observing magnon
polarons.

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