Giant Magnetoresistance in Magnetic Layered and Granular Materials

@inproceedings{Levy1992GiantMI,
  title={Giant Magnetoresistance in Magnetic Layered and Granular Materials},
  author={Peter M. Levy},
  year={1992}
}
Publisher Summary Magnetoresistance (MR) is the change in electrical resistance of a material in response to a magnetic field. All metals have an inherent, albeit small, MR owing to the Lorentz force that a magnetic field exerts on moving electrons. Although earlier studies reported unusual magnetoresistive effects in layered structures, it was discovered that the application of magnetic fields to atomically engineered materials known as magnetic superlattices greatly reduced their electrical… CONTINUE READING

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