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The radiofrequency (RF) transmit field is severely inhomogeneous at ultrahigh field due to both RF penetration and RF coil design issues. This particularly impairs image quality for sequences that use inversion pulses such as magnetization prepared rapid acquisition gradient echo and limits the use of quantitative arterial spin labeling sequences such as(More)
We demonstrate that a quantum spin Hall current, spontaneously generated at the edge of a two-dimensional topological insulator, acts as a source of spin pumping for a magnetic impurity with uniaxial anisotropy. One can then manipulate the impurity spin direction by means of an electrical current without using either magnetic electrodes or an external(More)
The conductance profiles of magnetic transition-metal atoms, such as Fe, Co, and Mn, deposited on surfaces and probed by a scanning tunneling microscope (STM), provide detailed information on the magnetic excitations of such nanomagnets. In general, the profiles are symmetric with respect to the applied bias. However, a set of recent experiments has shown(More)
The radiofrequency (RF) transmit field is severely inhomoge-neous at ultrahigh field due to both RF penetration and RF coil design issues. This particularly impairs image quality for sequences that use inversion pulses such as magnetization prepared rapid acquisition gradient echo and limits the use of quantitative arterial spin labeling sequences such as(More)
We present a theoretical study of the spin transport properties of monoatomic magnetic chains with a focus on the spectroscopical features of the I-V curve associated with spin-flip processes. Our calculations are based on the s-d model for magnetism with the electron transport treated at the level of the nonequilibrium Green's function formalism. Inelastic(More)
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