NewsScientists investigate Walker breakdown in 3-D magnetic
nanowires

26th February 2021by admin0
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Physicists from Russia, Chile, Brazil, Spain and the
U.K., have studied how the magnetic properties change in 3-D
nanowires, promising materials for various magnetic applications,
depending on the shape of their cross-section. In particular, they
more deeply probed the Walker breakdown phenomenon, which may have
implications for future technology development. The research
outcome appears in Scientific Reports.

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