Spin-torque diode effect in magnetic tunnel junctions

  title={Spin-torque diode effect in magnetic tunnel junctions},
  author={Ashwin A. Tulapurkar and Yuu Suzuki and Akio Fukushima and Hitoshi Kubota and Hirofumi Maehara and Kouichi Tsunekawa and D. D. Djayaprawira and Norimichi Watanabe and Shinji Yuasa},
There is currently much interest in the development of ‘spintronic’ devices, in which harnessing the spins of electrons (rather than just their charges) is anticipated to provide new functionalities that go beyond those possible with conventional electronic devices. One widely studied example of an effect that has its roots in the electron's spin degree of freedom is the torque exerted by a spin-polarized electric current on the spin moment of a nanometre-scale magnet. This torque causes the… CONTINUE READING
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