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UK researchers shed light on magnetic mystery of graphite

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Revealing common artefacts due to ferromagnetic inclusions in highly-oriented pyrolytic graphite
The published version of the paper “Revealing common artefacts due to ferromagnetic inclusions in highly-oriented pyrolytic graphite” Grigorieva et al 2012 EPL 97 47001 is freely available from http://iopscience.iop.org/0295-5075/97/4/47001

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