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December 17th, 2003

Magnetism on the move

Abstract:
Physicists have observed movements on subatomic scales in a crystal for the first time by watching magnetic domain walls move by as little as half an angstrom (10-10 m). This is 100 times better than the best spatial resolution achieved in previous experiments.

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