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Spin-orbitronic materials with record spin-charge conversion from high-throughput ab initio calculations

@article{Zhang2019SpinorbitronicMW,
  title={Spin-orbitronic materials with record spin-charge conversion from high-throughput ab initio calculations},
  author={Yang Zhang and Qiunan Xu and Klaus Koepernik and Jakub vZelezn'y and T. Jungwirth and Claudia Felser and Jeroen van den Brink and Yan Sun},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2019}
}
The spin Hall effect (SHE) is an important spintronics phenomenon, which allows transforming a charge current into a spin current and vice versa without the use of magnetic materials or magnetic fields. To gain new insight into the physics of the SHE and to identify materials with a substantial spin Hall conductivities (SHC), we performed high-precision, high-throughput ab initio electronic structure calculations of the intrinsic SHC for over 20,000 non-magnetic crystals. The calculations… 

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