Dynamics of the magnetoelastic phase transition and adiabatic temperature change in Mn1.3Fe0.7P0.5Si0.55

  title={Dynamics of the magnetoelastic phase transition and adiabatic temperature change in Mn1.3Fe0.7P0.5Si0.55},
  author={Maximilian Fries and Tino Gottschall and Franziska Scheibel and Lukas Pfeuffer and Konstantin P. Skokov and I. Skourski and M. Acet and Michael Farle and Jochen Wosnitza and Oliver Gutfleisch},
  journal={Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials},

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