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Nanostructural Considerations In Giant Magnetoresistive Co-Cu-based Symmetric Spin Valves

H. D. Chopra, B. Hockey, P. J. Chen, W. F. Egelhoff, M. Wuttig, S. Hua
Published 1997 · Physics, Computer Science

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