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While as regards to a continuing section transition, many actual structures can usefully be mapped to ensembles of fluctuating loops, which would characterize for instance polymer earrings, or line defects in a lattice magnet, or worldlines of quantum debris. 'Loop versions' offer a unifying geometric language for difficulties of this sort.
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P. 1 General remarks Since their discovery in 1956 magnetic iron garnets have been developed [56Be, 57Ge] to one of the most remarkable classes of materials for the following reasons: (1) They are paramagnetic, antiferromagnetic or ferrimagnetic materials which can be processed as polycrystalline as well as single crystal samples with high perfection. (2) Their lattice allows a broad variety of substitutions [67Ge] giving rise to the possibility of studying many basic physical properties independently because of the incorporation of certain ions on particular lattice sites.