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Mesoscale imaging in disordered systems: soft matter physics in hard matter

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Advances in scanning probe microscopy have given rise to imaging techniques operating in an intermediate scale that captures the extent of correlations in disordered condensed matter systems. Examples include superconductors, ferroelectrics, ferromagnets and related systems. Imaging studies reveal commonalities among these systems related to pinning and dynamics of quasi-one dimensional objects such as flux lines in superconductors and quasi-two dimensional objects such as domain walls in ferroelectrics.

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