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Jeffery Krzywon


Deformation of the Moving Magnetic Skyrmion Lattice in MnSi under Electric Current Flow

D. Okuyama, Markus Bleuel, J. S. White, Qiang NMN Ye, Jeffery R Krzywon, G. Nagy, Z. Q. Im, I. Zivkovic, M. Bartkowiak, H. M. Ronnow, S. Hoshino, J. Iwasaki, N. Nagaosa, A. Kikkawa, Y. Taguchi, Y. Tokura, D. Higashi, J. D. Reim, Y. Nambu, T. J. Sato
Topological defects are found ubiquitously in various kinds of matter, such as vortices in type-II superconductors, and magnetic skyrmions in chiral

Learning About SANS Instruments and Data Reduction from Round Robin Measurements on Samples of Polystyrene Latex

Adrian R. Rennie, Maja S. Hellsing, Kathleen Wood, Elliot P. Gilbert, Lionel Porcar, Ralf Schweins, Charles D. Dewhurst, Peter Lindner, Richard K. Heenan, Sarah E. Rogers, Paul D. Butler, Jeffery R. Krzywon, Ron E. Ghosh, Andrew J. Jackson, Marc Malfois
Round-robin measurements of polystyrene latex samples at a number of small-angle scattering facilities have been used to assess the current limits of
Created October 9, 2019