Nisha Banerjee

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Spin selectivity in a ferromagnet results from a difference in the density of up- and down-spin electrons at the Fermi energy as a consequence of which the scattering rates depend on the spin orientation of the electrons. This property is utilized in spintronics to control the flow of electrons by ferromagnets in a ferromagnet (F1)/normal metal(More)
Magnetic inhomogeneity at a superconductor (S)-ferromagnet (F) interface converts spin-singlet Cooper pairs into spin-one triplet pairs. These pairs are immune to the pair-breaking exchange field in F and support a long-range proximity effect. Although recent experiments have confirmed the existence of spin-polarized triplet supercurrents in S-F-S Josephson(More)
ABSTRACRT: Over a period of time a number of biomaterials have been developed and are used for hard tissue and joint replacement those are Stainless steel (SS-316L), Co-Cr alloy, Titanium (Ti) and its alloy, ceramics and Polymer especially Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) and Alumina (Al2O3). These biomaterials for its suitable mechanical(More)
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