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Optically induced nanoscale networks of topological magnetic defects

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Lorentz microscopy with in-situ femtosecond laser excitation allows for the investigation of optically triggered magnetic processes with nanometer spatial resolution. Here, we demonstrate the light-induced formation of nanoscale magnetic vortex-antivortex networks in thin iron layers.

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