Precession dynamics of a small magnet with non-Markovian damping: Theoretical proposal for an experiment to determine the correlation time

@article{Imamura2022PrecessionDO,
  title={Precession dynamics of a small magnet with non-Markovian damping: Theoretical proposal for an experiment to determine the correlation time},
  author={Hiroshi Imamura and Hiroko Arai and Rie Matsumoto and Toshiki Yamaji and Hiroshi Tsukahara},
  journal={Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials},
  year={2022}
}

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