Long-range magnetic ordering can be stabilized in arrays of single-domain nanomagnets through dipolar interactions. In these metamaterials, the magnetic properties are determined by geometric parameters such as the nanomagnet shape and lattice symmetry. Here, we demonstrate engineering of the anisotropy in a dipolar magnetic metamaterial by tuning of the lattice parameters. Furthermore, we show how a modified Kittel's law explains the resulting domain configurations of the dipolar ferromagnetic arrays.

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