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Elektronenmikroskopische Aufnahme eines Magnetit-Nanokristalls
Magnetic Vortices Defy Temperature Fluctuations
Jülich, 18 April 2016 – Magnetic nanovortices in magnetite minerals are reliable witnesses of the earth's history, as revealed by the first high-resolution studies of these structures undertaken by scientists from Germany and the United Kingdom. The magnetic structures are built during the cooling of molten rock and reflect the earth's magnetic field at the time of their formation. The vortices are unexpectedly resilient to temperature fluctuations, as electron holographic experiments in Jülich have verified.
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