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Ferrimagnetism in sputtered MnxCoGe thin films

@article{Kalliecharan2019FerrimagnetismIS,
  title={Ferrimagnetism in sputtered MnxCoGe thin films},
  author={David Kalliecharan and J. S. R. McCoombs and Marc M. E. Cormier and Brian D MacNeil and R. L. C. Molino and Theodore L. Monchesky},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2019}
}
Investigations into the magnetic properties of sputtered MnxCoGe films in the range 0.8 1, the excess Mn was driven onto the antisites and produced ferrimagnetic order. 

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