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Emergent Scientist
Volume 8, 2024
Article Number 2
Number of page(s) 1
Published online 01 March 2024

In Section 5, where the eighth order case is briefly treated, besides the mentioned potential easy axis directions <100>, <111>, <xxy>, also <xy0> is possible according to the Timofte half-degree-principle [1]. Furthermore, we would like to mention that a comprehensive calculus-based analysis of the eighth order case was given in Ref. [2].


  1. V. Timofte, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 284, 174–190 (2003) (Ref. [24] in the article) [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]
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Cite this article as:Fabian Samad, O. Hellwig. Addendum to: Determining the preferred directions of magnetisation in cubic crystals using symmetric polynomial inequalities, Emergent Scientist 8, 2 (2024)

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