Shot noise in a diffusive F-N-F spin valve

@inproceedings{Mishchenko2003ShotNI,
  title={Shot noise in a diffusive F-N-F spin valve},
  author={Eugene G. Mishchenko},
  year={2003}
}
Fluctuations of electric current in a spin valve consisting of a diffusive conductor connected to ferromagnetic leads and operated in the giant magnetoresistance regime are studied. It is shown that a new source of fluctuations due to spin-flip scattering enhances strongly shot noise up to a point where the Fano factor approaches the full Poissonian value. 
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