Electric field control of spin rotation in bilayer graphene.

@article{Michetti2010ElectricFC,
  title={Electric field control of spin rotation in bilayer graphene.},
  author={Paolo Maria Michetti and Patrik Recher and Giuseppe Iannaccone},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={
          4463-9
        }
}
The manipulation of the electron spin degree of freedom is at the core of the spintronics paradigm, which offers the perspective of reduced power consumption, enabled by the decoupling of information processing from net charge transfer. Spintronics also offers the possibility of devising hybrid devices able to perform logic, communication, and storage operations. Graphene, with its potentially long spin-coherence length, is a promising material for spin-encoded information transport. However… Expand
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