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Metamorphosis of topological spin structures

Multi-step transitions between a variety of topological spin textures have been unveiled in a centrosymmetric magnet, which may enable efficient multistate memory and logic devices.

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Fig. 1: Multi-step topological phase transitions.

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Dey, J.K., Das, S. Metamorphosis of topological spin structures. Nat. Phys. 20, 893–894 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41567-024-02514-z

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