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Spin Hall voltages from a.c. and d.c. spin currents

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Wei, Dahai ; Obstbaum, Martin ; Ribow, Mirko ; Back, Christian ; Woltersdorf, Georg
Date of publication of this fulltext: 05 May 2014 11:11


In spin electronics, the spin degree of freedom is used to transmit and store information. To this end the ability to create pure spin currents—that is, without net charge transfer—is essential. When the magnetization vector in a ferromagnet–normal metal junction is excited, the spin pumping effect leads to the injection of pure spin currents into the normal metal. The polarization of this spin ...


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