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Superconducting ferromagnets

Ferromagnetic domains in the superconducting state

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Superconductivity and ferromagnetism do not mix very well. In some magnetic materials, however, they have found a way to coexist. The compromises necessary for their common existence have now been exposed.

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  1. Texas Center for Superconductivity and Department of Physics, University of Houston, Houston, 77204-5002, Texas, USA

    • Bernd Lorenz
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