Electronic spin transport and spin precession in single graphene layers at room temperature

  title={Electronic spin transport and spin precession in single graphene layers at room temperature},
  author={Nikolaos Tombros and C Csaba Jozsa and Mihaita Popinciuc and H. T. Jonkman and Bart Jan van Wees},
Electronic transport in single or a few layers of graphene is the subject of intense interest at present. The specific band structure of graphene, with its unique valley structure and Dirac neutrality point separating hole states from electron states, has led to the observation of new electronic transport phenomena such as anomalously quantized Hall effects, absence of weak localization and the existence of a minimum conductivity. In addition to dissipative transport, supercurrent transport has… 


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