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Newly published paper on topological defects in antiferromagnets

Newly published Physics Review Letter paper about topological defects in antiferromagnets observed for the first time at room temperature using Qnami Quantilevers
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Newly published paper on exotic antiferromagnetic spin textures imaged with ProteusQ

Qnami ProteusQ unlocks the quantitative characterization of exotic antiferromagnetic spin textures at the nanoscale. Read about this breakthrough in the newly published Physical Review Applied paper.
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Newly published scientific breakthrough in the field of hybrid magnonics facilitated by Qnami ProteusQ

A new leap forward in the field of magnonics has been achieved by the researchers led by Prof. Haiming Yu (Beihang University, China). Qnami ProteusQ facilitated the team achieve these results.
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New Nano Letters paper on weak magnetic defects in ultra-scaled nanowires revealed with Qnami ProteusQ

A new Nano Letters paper featuring a novel application unlocked by Scanning NV Magnetometry is out. For the first time, researchers from imec revealed nanoscopic weak magnetic defects in nanowires using Qnami ProteusQ.
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Imaging magnetic structures at the nanoscale with Qnami ProteusQ

Qnami launches its new Whitepaper and Technical Note about the Qnami ProteusQ Imaging Modalities. All you want to know from use cases to working principles is only one click away.
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Enlarged image of a probe using Qnami's Scanning NV Microscopy technology

Application note 01 – Imaging antiferromagnetic order at the surface of BiFeO3

In our first application note, we show how Qnami ProteusQ™ can be used to image antiferromagnetic spin textures with state-of-the-art accuracy.
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