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A room temperature polar ferromagnetic metal

  title={A room temperature polar ferromagnetic metal},
  author={Hong-rui Zhang and Y. T. Shao and Rui Chen and Xiang Chen and Sandhya Susarla and Jonathan Reichanadter and Lucas Caretta and Xiaoxi Huang and Nicholas S. Settineri and Zhen Chen and Jing Zhou and Edith Bourret-Courchesne and Peter Ercius and Jie Yao and Jeffrey B. Neaton and David A. Muller and Robert J Birgeneau and Ramamoorthy Ramesh},
Hongrui Zhang1,10*, Yu-Tsun Shao2,10, Rui Chen1,3,10, Xiang Chen3,4,10, Sandhya Susarla1,3, Jonathan T. Reichanadter5,6, Lucas Caretta1, Xiaoxi Huang1, Nicholas S. Settineri6, Zhen Chen2, Jingcheng Zhou1, Edith Bourret-Courchesne3, Peter Ercius7, Jie Yao1,3, Jeffrey B. Neaton3,4,8, David A. Muller2,9, Robert J. Birgeneau3,4, Ramamoorthy Ramesh1,3,4* 1 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA. 2 School of Applied and Engineering Physics… 

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