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Cryogenic TEM Studies of Bloch and Neel Skyrmion Textures in Lacunar Spinels and Cubic Helimagnets

  • Franziska Seifert (a1), Felix L. Kern (a1), István Kézsmárki (a2), Ulrich Rößler (a1), Daniel Wolf (a1), Sebastian Schneider (a1), Darius Pohl (a1) (a3), Bernd Büchner (a1) and Axel Lubk (a1)...
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[8] We acknowledge funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme of the European Union (grant agreement No 715620).

Cryogenic TEM Studies of Bloch and Neel Skyrmion Textures in Lacunar Spinels and Cubic Helimagnets

  • Franziska Seifert (a1), Felix L. Kern (a1), István Kézsmárki (a2), Ulrich Rößler (a1), Daniel Wolf (a1), Sebastian Schneider (a1), Darius Pohl (a1) (a3), Bernd Büchner (a1) and Axel Lubk (a1)...

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