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Magnetic shape memory

Magnetoelastic sponges

Nature Materials volume 8, pages 854855 (2009) | Download Citation

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Nickel–manganese–gallium foams connected internally by sizeable single-crystalline elements provide magnetic-field-induced strains comparable to free-standing bulk single crystals, and demonstrate feasibility for the application of magnetic shape memory.

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  1. Mehmet Acet is in the Physics Department, University of Duisburg-Essen, D-47048, Duisburg, Germany.  mehmet.acet@uni-due.de

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