# A phenomenological model for the spontaneous exchange bias effect

@article{Bufaiccal2020APM,
title={A phenomenological model for the spontaneous exchange bias effect},
author={L. Bufaiccal and L. T. Coutrim and Eduardo M. Bittar and F. A. Garcia},
journal={Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials},
year={2020},
volume={512},
pages={167048}
}
• Published 30 May 2020
• Physics
• Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
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