Spin Injection Efficiency at Metallic Interfaces Probed by THz Emission Spectroscopy

@article{Hawecker2021SpinIE,
  title={Spin Injection Efficiency at Metallic Interfaces Probed by THz Emission Spectroscopy},
  author={Jacques Hawecker and Thi Huong Dang and E. Rongione and James Boust and Sophie Collin and J.-M. George and Henri-Jean Drouhin and Yannis Laplace and Romain Grasset and Jingwei Dong and Juliette Mangeney and Jerome Tignon and Henri Jaffr{\`e}s and Luca Perfetti and Sukhdeep S Dhillon},
  journal={Advanced Optical Materials},
  year={2021},
  volume={9}
}
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