**Interface-Induced Phenomena in Magnetism**

by Frances Hellman, et al.

**Publisher**: arXiv 2016**Number of pages**: 193

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This article reviews static and dynamic interfacial effects in magnetism, focusing on interfacially-driven magnetic effects and phenomena associated with spin-orbit coupling and intrinsic symmetry breaking at interfaces. It provides a historical background and literature survey, but focuses on recent progress, identifying the most exciting new scientific results and pointing to promising future research directions.

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