Magnetization reversal modeling for long ferromagnetic nanotubes


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LEBECKI, Krzysztof M., 2008. Magnetization reversal modeling for long ferromagnetic nanotubes. In: Materials science - Poland. 26(4), pp. 983-988

@article{Lebecki2008Magne-5134, title={Magnetization reversal modeling for long ferromagnetic nanotubes}, year={2008}, number={4}, volume={26}, journal={Materials science - Poland}, pages={983--988}, author={Lebecki, Krzysztof M.} }

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