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Thermal Contribution in the Electrical Switching Experiments with Heavy Metal / Antiferromagnet Structures

@inproceedings{Sheng2021ThermalCI,
  title={Thermal Contribution in the Electrical Switching Experiments with Heavy Metal / Antiferromagnet Structures},
  author={Peng Sheng and Zhengyang Zhao and Onri Jay Benally and Delin Zhang and Jian-Ping Wang},
  year={2021}
}
  • P. Sheng, Zhengyang Zhao, +2 authors Jian-Ping Wang
  • Published 2021
  • Physics
We examine the thermal origin of the detected “saw-tooth” shaped Hall resistance (Rxy) signals in the spin-orbit torque switching experiment for antiferromagnetic MnN. Compared with the results of the heavy metal / antiferromagnet bilayers (MnN/Ta), the qualitatively same “saw-tooth” shaped signals also appear in the samples with the heavy metal layer alone (either Ta or Pt) without MnN layer. In addition, The Rxy signal changes oppositely in the devices with Ta and Pt, due to the opposite… Expand

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