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Image courtesy of X. Renshaw Wang, University of Twente
Using a technique called scanning Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID), scientists can map the distribution of magnetic field emanating from ultrathin oxides. In the figure, the lattice model is a type of structure with a chemical formula of ABO3, and the paper beside the model is an image of magnetic field intensity distribution measured by scanning SQUID.