Observation of anti-damping spin-orbit torques generated by in-plane and out-of-plane spin polarizations in MnPd3

@article{Dc2021ObservationOA,
  title={Observation of anti-damping spin-orbit torques generated by in-plane and out-of-plane spin polarizations in MnPd3},
  author={Mahendra Dc and Ding-Fu Shao and Vincent D.-H. Hou and Patrick Quarterman and Ali Taha Habiboglu and Brooks Venuti and Masashi Miura and Brian J. Kirby and Arturas Vailionis and Chong Bi and Xiang Li and Fen Xue and Yen-Lin Huang and Yong Deng and Shy-Jay Lin and Wilman Tsai and Serena Eley and Weigang Wang and Julie Ann Borchers and Evgeny Y. Tsymbal and Shan X. Wang},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2021}
}
High spin-orbit torques (SOTs) generated by topological materials and heavy metals interfaced with a ferromagnetic layer show promise for next generation magnetic memory and logic devices. SOTs generated from the in-plane spin polarization along y-axis originated by the spin Hall and Edelstein effects can switch magnetization collinear with the spin polarization in the absence of external magnetic fields. However, an external magnetic field is required to switch the magnetization along x and… 
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