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Spin Motion of Electrons during Reflection from a Ferromagnetic Surface

DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.1911
Weber, Wolfgang ; Riesen, S. ; Back, Christian ; Shorikov, A. ; Anisimov, V. ; Siegmann, H.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 05 Aug 2009 13:34


Abstract

If electrons are reflected from a ferromagnet, the spin moves depending on the magnetization vector of the ferromagnetic surface. The spin motion, consisting of a precession around the magnetization direction and a rotation into it, is measured and explained in terms of the electronic band structure of the ferromagnet. If applications within a solid-state device are considered, sizeable transverse torques on the magnetization due to the spin precession can be expected.


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