Strong magnon–photon coupling with chip-integrated YIG in the zero-temperature limit

  title={Strong magnon–photon coupling with chip-integrated YIG in the zero-temperature limit},
  author={Paul G. Baity and Dmytro A. Bozhko and Rair Mac{\^e}do and William Smith and Rory C. Holland and Sergey Danilin and Valentino Seferai and Jo{\~a}o Barbosa and Renju R. Peroor and Sara Goldman and Umberto Nasti and Jharna Paul and Robert H. Hadfield and Stephen McVitie and Martin P. Weides},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
zero-temperature limit Paul G. Baity,1 Dmytro A. Bozhko,2 Rair Macêdo,1 William Smith,3 Rory C. Holland,1 Sergey Danilin,1 Valentino Seferai,1 Renju R. Peroor,2 Sara Goldman,2 Umberto Nasti,1, 4 Jharna Paul,1 Robert H. Hadfield,1 Stephen McVitie,3 and Martin Weides1 1)James Watt School of Engineering, Electronics & Nanoscale Engineering Division, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, United Kingdoma) 2)Center for Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Department of Physics and Energy Science… 

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