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Spintronics: Fundamentals and applications
Spintronics, or spin electronics, involves the study of active control and manipulation of spin degrees of freedom in solid-state systems. This article reviews the current status of this subject,
Semiconductor Spintronics
Spintronics refers commonly to phenomena in which the spin of electrons in a solid state environment plays the determining role. In a more narrow sense spintronics is an emerging research field of
New moves of the spintronics tango.
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A brief overview of the connections between five emerging subfields suggests exciting things to come in spintronics.
Handbook of spin transport and magnetism
Introduction Historical Overview: From Electron Transport in Magnetic Materials to Spintronics Albert Fert Spin Transport and Magnetism in Magnetic Metallic Multilayers Basics of Nano-Thin Film
Spin inversion in graphene spin valves by gate-tunable magnetic proximity effect at one-dimensional contacts
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Gate-tunable spin transport in encapsulated graphene-based spin valves with one-dimensional ferromagnetic edge contacts with magnetization reversal by an applied magnetic field or a high-density spin-polarized current is demonstrated.
Phase-sensitive tests of the pairing state symmetry in Sr(2)RuO(4).
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It is shown that an overlooked chiral spin-singlet pairing is also compatible with the observed phase shifts in Josephson junctions and proposed further experiments which would distinguish it from its spin-triplet counterpart.
Roadmap for Emerging Materials for Spintronic Device Applications
The Technical Committee of the IEEE Magnetics Society has selected seven research topics to develop their roadmaps, where major developments should be listed alongside expected timelines: 1) hard
Tailoring ferromagnetic chalcopyrites
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This work explores theoretically relationships within 64 members of a single materials class, the Mn-doped II-IV-V2 chalcopyrites, and reveals a variation of magnetic properties across different materials that cannot be explained by either of the two dominant models of ferromagnetism in semiconductor.
Magnetic bipolar transistor
A magnetic bipolar transistor is a bipolar junction transistor with one or more magnetic regions, and/or with an externally injected nonequilibrium (source) spin. It is shown that electrical spin
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