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A roadmap for the design of four-terminal spin valves and the extraction of spin di usion length

@article{Fourneau2020ARF,
  title={A roadmap for the design of four-terminal spin valves and the extraction of spin di usion length},
  author={Emile Fourneau and Alejandro V. Silhanek and Ngoc Duy Nguyen},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Graphene is a promising substrate for future spintronics devices owing to its remarkable electronic mobility and low spin-orbit coupling. Hanle precession in spin valve devices is commonly used to evaluate the spin diffusion and spin lifetime properties. In this work, we demonstrate that this method is no longer accurate when the distance between inner and outer electrodes is smaller than six times the spin diffusion length, leading to errors as large as 50% for the calculations of the spin… 

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