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How to Characterize Cylindrical Magnetic Nanowires

By Fanny Béron, Marcos V. Puydinger dos Santos, Peterson G. de Carvalho, Karoline O. Moura, Luis C.C. Arzuza and Kleber R. Pirota

Submitted: October 23rd 2015Reviewed: April 5th 2016Published: August 24th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/63482

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Fanny Béron, Marcos V. Puydinger dos Santos, Peterson G. de Carvalho, Karoline O. Moura, Luis C.C. Arzuza and Kleber R. Pirota (August 24th 2016). How to Characterize Cylindrical Magnetic Nanowires, Magnetic Materials Khan Maaz, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/63482. Available from:

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