Ferroelectromagnets: Fifty years after discovery
by I. E. Chupis
Publisher: arXiv 2010
Number of pages: 109
The problems and future prospects of enhancing magnetoelectric effects in ferroelectromagnets are being discussed. The book is intended for researchers in ferroelectricity and magnetism and for students of physical specialities.
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