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A desirable wind up

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Multiferroic materials have complex domain structures that make precise interpretation of their behaviours difficult. The creation and study of a single-domain multiferroic crystal is thus an exciting development.

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Figure 1: Electrical control of ferromagnetic films.

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Mathur, N. A desirable wind up. Nature 454, 591–592 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/454591a

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