Disorder-induced time effect in the antiferromagnetic domain state of Fe1+yTe

@inproceedings{Fikavcek2021DisorderinducedTE,
  title={Disorder-induced time effect in the antiferromagnetic domain state of Fe1+yTe},
  author={Jan Fik'avcek and J. Warmuth and Fabian Arnold and Cinthia Piamonteze and Zhiqiang Mao and V. Hol'y and Philip Hofmann and Martin Bremholm and Jens Wiebe and Roland Wiesendanger and Jan Honolka},
  year={2021}
}

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