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Comment on Frustrated magnetization in Co nanowires: Competition between crystal anisotropy and demagnetization energy

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LEBECKI, Krzysztof M., Michael J. DONAHUE, 2010. Comment on Frustrated magnetization in Co nanowires: Competition between crystal anisotropy and demagnetization energy. In: Physical Review B. 82(9), 096401. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevB.82.096401

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