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Multiferroics: from the cosmically large to the subatomically small

Nature Reviews Materials volume 2, Article number: 17017 (2017) | Download Citation

A small but hardy core of researchers is using multiferroic materials to address fundamental questions on the nature of the universe, testing concepts in cosmology and high-energy physics.

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