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Exchange Bias and Interface-related Effects in Two-dimensional van der Waals Magnetic Heterostructures: Open Questions and Perspectives

  title={Exchange Bias and Interface-related Effects in Two-dimensional van der Waals Magnetic Heterostructures: Open Questions and Perspectives},
  author={Manh Huong Phan and Vijaysankar Kalappattil and Valery Ortiz Jimenez and Yen Thi Hai Pham and Nivarthana W.Y.A.Y. Mudiyanselage and Derick Detellem and Chang-Ming Hung and Amit Chanda and Tatiana Eggers},
The exchange bias (EB) effect is known as a fundamentally and technologically important magnetic property of a magnetic bilayer film. It is manifested as a horizontal shift in a magnetic hysteresis loop of a film subject to cooling in the presence of a magnetic field. The EB effect in van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures offers a novel approach for tuning the magnetic properties of the newly discovered single-layer magnets, as well as adds a new impetus to magnetic vdW heterostructures. Indeed… 



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