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MAED of the fine-twinned martensite Ttwin structures formed by two alternating variants of low-temperature phase are typical for the Ni– Mn–Ga alloys. A. Chernenko 43 it may be expected that the magnetic vectors of the neighboring variants are perpendicular to each other and the twin boundary is, in the same time, a 90-degree magnetic domain wall (DW). The magnetic DW has a finite width, which is controlled by the competition of the anisotropic interactions of magnetic moments of atoms with the spin exchange interaction.
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