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Nanomagnetism in porous amorphous palladium, a sequel. A possible light-weight magnet

  title={Nanomagnetism in porous amorphous palladium, a sequel. A possible light-weight magnet},
  author={Isa'ias Rodr'iguez and Renela M. Valladares and David Hinojosa-Romero and Alexander Valladares and Ariel A. Valladares},
Magnetism is a very relevant subject that permeates our everyday lives. However, magnetism keeps taking us from surprise to surprise which seems to indicate that it is a phenomenon not well understood. For example, we found that bulk amorphous palladium becomes magnetic; so, naturally one should ask, could defective palladium develop magnetism? In particular, would amorphous porous palladium become magnetic? Here we show that the answer to that question is affirmative, this defective topology… 

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