Negative spin Hall magnetoresistance of Pt on the bulk easy-plane antiferromagnet NiO

@article{Hoogeboom2017NegativeSH,
  title={Negative spin Hall magnetoresistance of Pt on the bulk easy-plane antiferromagnet NiO},
  author={G. R. Hoogeboom and A. Aqeel and T. Kuschel and T. Palstra and B. Wees},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={111},
  pages={052409}
}
We report on spin Hall magnetoresistance (SMR) measurements of Pt Hall bars on antiferromagnetic NiO(111) single crystals. An SMR with a sign opposite to conventional SMR is observed over a wide range of temperatures as well as magnetic fields stronger than 0.25 T. The negative sign of the SMR can be explained by the alignment of magnetic moments being almost perpendicular to the external magnetic field within the easy plane (111) of the antiferromagnet. This correlation of magnetic moment… Expand

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