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Distribution functions of magnetic nanoparticles determined by a numerical inversion method

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            Journal
            New Journal of Physics
            New J. Phys.
            IOP Publishing
            1367-2630
            July 01 2017
            July 11 2017
            : 19
            : 7
            : 073012
            10.1088/1367-2630/aa73b4
            © 2017

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