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Researchers offer explanation for strange magnetic behavior at semiconductor interfaces

August 25, 2013

Mohit Randeria In the current online edition of Nature Physics, researchers at The Ohio State University report the first-ever theoretical explanation for some unusual semiconductor behavior that was discovered in 2004. Full Story

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