A Spectroscopic Study of in situ Magnetic Doping of Novel Layered Materials for Spintronics

@inproceedings{Hunvik2016ASS,
  title={A Spectroscopic Study of in situ Magnetic Doping of Novel Layered Materials for Spintronics},
  author={Kristoffer William Hunvik},
  year={2016}
}
MoS2 is a layered material in the family of the transition metal dicalchogenides (TMDCs), which hosts interesting spin physics. Even though the TMDCs are nonmagnetic in their bulk form, a local breaking of inversion symmetry combined with a strong in-plane dipole and a strongly localized character of the electron wavefunctions, causes the TMDCs to show highly anisotropic spintronic properties. In this work the effects of in situ evaporation and annealing of iron on the surface of MoS2 are… CONTINUE READING

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