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Phenomenology and neglect of irrelevant variables for ferromagnetic systems



Phenomenology and neglect of irrelevant variables for ferromagnetic systems



Physical Review. B Condensed Matter 35(7): 3299-3306




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PMID: 9941831

DOI: 10.1103/physrevb.35.3299


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