Spin Pumping and Shot Noise in Ferrimagnets: Bridging Ferro- and Antiferromagnets.

@article{Kamra2017SpinPA,
  title={Spin Pumping and Shot Noise in Ferrimagnets: Bridging Ferro- and Antiferromagnets.},
  author={Akashdeep Kamra and Wolfgang Belzig},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={119 19},
  pages={
          197201
        }
}
A combination of novel technological and fundamental physics prospects has sparked a huge interest in pure spin transport in magnets, starting with ferromagnets and spreading to antiferro- and ferrimagnets. We present a theoretical study of spin transport across a ferrimagnet-nonmagnetic conductor interface, when a magnetic eigenmode is driven into a coherent state. The obtained spin current expression includes intra- as well as cross-sublattice terms, both of which are essential for a… Expand

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