Textured heterogeneity in square artificial spin ice

@article{Lee2017TexturedHI,
  title={Textured heterogeneity in square artificial spin ice},
  author={J. C. T. Lee and S. K. Mishra and V. S. Bhat and Robert Streubel and Barry L. Farmer and X. W. Shi and Lance E. De Long and Ian McNulty and Peter Fischer and Stephen D. Kevan and Sujoy Roy},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2017}
}
Author(s): Lee, JCT; Mishra, SK; Bhat, VS; Streubel, R; Farmer, B; Shi, X; De Long, LE; McNulty, I; Fischer, P; Kevan, SD; Roy, S | Abstract: © 2019 American Physical Society. We report evidence of spontaneous formation of a heterogeneous network of superdomains in two-dimensional square artificial spin ice nanostructures in externally applied magnetic fields. Coherent resonant soft-x-ray scattering from such textures gives rise to unique internal structure in Bragg peaks. The magnetic… 
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