Magnetoplasmonics and Femtosecond Optomagnetism at the Nanoscale

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BOSSINI, Davide, Vladimir I. BELOTELOV, Anatoly K. ZVEZDIN, Andrey N. KALISH, Aleksei V. KIMEL, 2016. Magnetoplasmonics and Femtosecond Optomagnetism at the Nanoscale. In: ACS Photonics. ACS Publications. 3(8), pp. 1385-1400. eISSN 2330-4022. Available under: doi: 10.1021/acsphotonics.6b00107

@article{Bossini2016Magne-53333, title={Magnetoplasmonics and Femtosecond Optomagnetism at the Nanoscale}, year={2016}, doi={10.1021/acsphotonics.6b00107}, number={8}, volume={3}, journal={ACS Photonics}, pages={1385--1400}, author={Bossini, Davide and Belotelov, Vladimir I. and Zvezdin, Anatoly K. and Kalish, Andrey N. and Kimel, Aleksei V.} }

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