Theory of Chirality Induced Spin Selectivity: Progress and Challenges

@article{Evers2022TheoryOC,
  title={Theory of Chirality Induced Spin Selectivity: Progress and Challenges},
  author={Ferdinand Evers and Amnon Aharony and Nir Bar-Gill and Ora Entin-Wohlman and Per Hedeg{\aa}rd and Oded Hod and Pavel Jel{\'i}nek and Grzegorz Kamieniarz and Mikhail Lemeshko and Karen Michaeli and Vladimiro Mujica and Ron Naaman and Yossi Paltiel and Sivan Refaely-Abramson and Oren Tal and Joseph M. Thijssen and Michael Thoss and Jan M. van Ruitenbeek and Latha Venkataraman and David H. Waldeck and Binghai Yan and Leeor Kronik},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2022},
  volume={34}
}
A critical overview of the theory of the chirality‐induced spin selectivity (CISS) effect, that is, phenomena in which the chirality of molecular species imparts significant spin selectivity to various electron processes, is provided. Based on discussions in a recently held workshop, and further work published since, the status of CISS effects—in electron transmission, electron transport, and chemical reactions—is reviewed. For each, a detailed discussion of the state‐of‐the‐art in theoretical… 

Chiral-Induced Spin Selectivity in Capacitively Coupled Molecules.

  • P. Hedegård
  • Physics, Chemistry
    The journal of physical chemistry. A
  • 2022
The chiral-induced spin selectivity (CISS) effect is usually associated with electrons passing through chiral molecules. There are a number of experiments where external electrical fields rearrange

On the origins of life’s homochirality: Inducing enantiomeric excess with spin-polarized electrons

  • S. OzturkD. Sasselov
  • Chemistry, Physics
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  • 2022
Significance Essential biomolecules, like amino acids and sugars, are chiral; they exist in mirror symmetrical pairs named enantiomers. However, modern life selectively uses only one of the

Chirality-induced spin filtering in pseudo Jahn-Teller molecules

Chirality-induced spin selectivity (CISS) refers to an ability to induce a spin polarization of an electron transmitted through chiral materials. An important experimental observation is that

Chiral resistance effect in an organic helical heterojunction device

Chiral-induced spin selectivity has stimulated the investigation of chiral electronics and spintronics. In this theoretical work, we propose chiral resistance (CR) in a heterojunction constituted by

Anomalous Viscosity of a Racemate: A Simple Experiment Demonstrating Chirally Induced Spin Selectivity.

It has been known for over a century that racemic solutions of hydrogen-bonded compounds are less viscous than their component enantiomers, but this fact has so far remained unexplained. Here we

Interface-Induced Conservation of Momentum Leads to Chiral-Induced Spin Selectivity.

We study the nonequilibrium dynamics of electron transmission from a straight waveguide to a helix with spin-orbit coupling. Transmission is found to be spin-selective and can lead to large spin

Control of light, spin and charge with chiral metal halide semiconductors

The relationship between the structural asymmetry and optoelectronic properties of functional materials is an active area of research. The movement of charges through an oriented chiral medium

Twisted molecular wires polarize spin currents at room temperature

Significance In contrast to conventional electronics, spintronics devices exploit the electron spin as an additional degree of freedom. The chirality-induced spin selectivity (CISS) effect, in which

Chirality-dependent second-order spin current in systems with time-reversal symmetry

Spin currents proportional to the first- and second-order of the electric field are calculated in a specific tight-binding model with time-reversal symmetry. Specifically, a tight-binding model with

Magnetochiral Polarization and High Order Transport in DNA type Chiral Materials

Jiewen Xiao and Binghai Yan Department of Condensed Matter Physics,Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot 76100, Israel Email:binghai.yan@weizmann.ac.il The chirality–spin interaction is a

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 18 REFERENCES

Quantum in-plane magnetoresistance in 2D electron systems

Studies of low-dimensional electron systems subject to an in-plane magnetic field have come to the focus of intense attention recently. In several experiments the influence of an in-plane magnetic

and a at

The xishacorene natural products are structurally unique apolar diterpenoids that feature a bicyclo[3.3.1] framework. These secondary metabolites likely arise from the well-studied, structurally

“A and B”:

Direct fabrication of large micropatterned single crystals. p1205 21 Feb 2003. (news): Academy plucks best biophysicists from a sea of mediocrity. p994 14 Feb 2003.

I and J

Nature comm

  • 10, 2455
  • 2019

Nature Materials 20

  • 638
  • 2021

Theory Comp

  • 2020, 16,

Angew

  • Chem. 127, 7403
  • 2015

Antennas Propag

  • 2005, 53,

A: Math

  • Theor. 41, 405203
  • 2008