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Fano Mechanism of the Giant Magnetoresistance Formation in a Spin Nanostructure

@article{Valkov2011FanoMO,
  title={Fano Mechanism of the Giant Magnetoresistance Formation in a Spin Nanostructure},
  author={Valery V. Val'kov and S. V. Aksenov},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2011}
}
It is shown that, upon the electron quantum transport via the nanostructure containing a spin dimer, the spin-flip processes caused by the s-f exchange interaction between electron and dimer spins lead to the Fano resonance effects. An applied magnetic field eliminates degeneracy of the upper triplet states of the dimer, changes the conditions for implementation of the Fano resonances and antiresonances, and induces the new Fano resonance and antiresonance. It results in the occurrence of a… Expand

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