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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Competing Exchange Interactions in Ferromagnetic CeFe2.DERVENAGAS P.; PAOLASINI Luigi; HIESS Arno; LANDER Gerard heath; PANCHULA A.; CANFIELD P.c.Contributions to Conferences
1999Iron Spin Waves in YFe2 and UFe2.PAOLASINI Luigi; CACIUFFO R.; ROESSLI B.; LANDER Gerard heath; MYERS K.; CANFIELD P.c.Articles in Journals
2003Magnetic Ground State of Pure and Doped CeFe2.PAOLASINI Luigi; OULADDIAF B.; BERNHOEFT N.; SANCHEZ J.p.; VULLIET P.; LANDER Gerard heath; CANFIELD P.c.Articles in Journals
1998Magnetic Response function of the Itinerant Ferromagnet CeFe2.PAOLASINI Luigi; DERVENAGAS P.; VULLIET P.; SANCHEZ J.p.; LANDER Gerard heath; HIESS Arno; PANCHULA A.; CANFIELD P.c.Articles in Journals
2000Magnetic Structure of HoBe13 in an Applied Magnetic Field.DERVENAGAS P.; BURLET P.; BONNET M.; BOURDAROT F.; HIESS Arno; BUD'KO S.l.; CANFIELD P.c.; LANDER Gerard heath; KIM J.s.; STEWART G.r.Articles in Journals
1997Magnetisation Density in the Intermediate Valence Compound YbAl3HIESS Arno; BOUCHERLE J.x.; GIVORD F.; SCHWEIZER J.; TASSET F.; GILLON B.; CANFIELD P.c.Contributions to Conferences
2000Magnetism in Intermediate-Valence YbAl3: a Polarized Neutron Diffraction Study.HIESS Arno; BOUCHERLE J.x.; GIVORD F.; SCHWEIZER J.; LELIEVRE-BERNA E.; TASSET F.; GILLON B.; CANFIELD P.c.Articles in Journals
1999Static and Dynamic Magnetic Response of CeFe2.CACIUFFO R.; GRIVEAU J.c.; KOLBERG D.; WASTIN Franck henri; RINALDI D.; PANCHULA A.; CANFIELD P.c.Contributions to Conferences
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