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Dynamic and Rotatable Exchange Anisotropy in Fe/KNiF3/FeF2 Trilayers

By Stefania Widuch, Robert L. Stamps, Danuta Skrzypek and Zbigniew Celinski

Submitted: August 1st 2012Reviewed: January 31st 2013Published: July 31st 2013

DOI: 10.5772/56019

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Stefania Widuch, Robert L. Stamps, Danuta Skrzypek and Zbigniew Celinski (July 31st 2013). Dynamic and Rotatable Exchange Anisotropy in Fe/KNiF3/FeF2 Trilayers, Ferromagnetic Resonance Dr. Orhan Yalçın, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/56019. Available from:

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