Noncollinear spintronics and electric-field control: a review

  title={Noncollinear spintronics and electric-field control: a review},
  author={Peishan Qin and Han Yan and Xiaoning Wang and Zexin Feng and Hui Guo and Xiaorong Zhou and Hao-Jiang Wu and Xin Zhang and Zhaoguogang Leng and Hongyu Chen and Zhiqi Liu},
  journal={Rare Metals},
Abstract Our world is composed of various materials with different structures, where spin structures have been playing a pivotal role in spintronic devices of the contemporary information technology. Apart from conventional collinear spin materials such as collinear ferromagnets and collinear antiferromagnetically coupled materials, noncollinear spintronic materials have emerged as hot spots of research attention due to exotic physical phenomena. In this review, we first introduce two types of… 

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  • Yang LiX. WangLei Ma
  • Physics
    Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal
  • 2022
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