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Cubic spin-orbit coupling and anomalous Josephson effect in planar junctions
Spin-orbit coupling in two-dimensional systems is usually characterized by Rashba and Dresselhaus spin-orbit coupling (SOC) linear in the wave vector. However, there is a growing class of materials
Magnetic anomaly around orbital ordering in FeCr2S4
For polycrystalline FeCr2S4, temperature dependence of low-field magnetization shows a step-like transition around orbital ordering temperature Too ∼ 9 K. In this paper, the origin of the magnetic
Disorder-induced orbital glass state in FeCr2S4
The effect of disorder on the orbital state in the spinel FeCr2S4 has been investigated with the substitution of Cr by Al, Ga, and Fe, respectively. For polycrystalline FeCr2S4, being related to the
Measurement-induced disturbance in Heisenberg XY spin model with Dzialoshinskii—Moriya interaction under intrinsic decoherence
Quantum correlations measured by measurement-induced disturbance (MID) in a two-qubit Heisenberg XY spin model with Dzialoshinskii—Moriya (DM) interaction under intrinsic decoherence are
Enhanced spin-triplet pairing in magnetic junctions with s -wave superconductors
A common path to superconducting spintronics, Majorana fermions, and topologically-protected quantum computing relies on spin-triplet superconductivity. While naturally occurring spin-triplet pairing
Evidence for anisotropic spin-triplet Andreev reflection at the 2D van der Waals ferromagnet/superconductor interface
The observation of large magnetoresistances at the interface between a quasi-two-dimensional van der Waals ferromagnet Fe0.29TaS2 and a conventional s-wave superconductor NbN provides the possible experimental evidence for the spin-triplet Andreev reflection and induced spin- triplet superconductivity at ferromaggnet/superconductor interface arising from Rashba spin-orbit coupling.
Resonant tunneling anisotropic magnetoresistance induced by magnetic proximity
We reveal that the interplay between Rashba spin-orbit coupling and proximity-induced magnetization in a two-dimensional electron gas leads to peculiar transport properties and large anisotropy of