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Giant magnetoresistance through a single molecule

Schmaus, Stefan ; Bagrets, Alexei ; Nahas, Yasmine ; Yamada, Toyo K. ; Bork, Annika ; Bowen, Martin ; Beaurepaire, Eric ; Evers, Ferdinand ; Wulfhekel, Wulf


Magnetoresistance is a change in the resistance of a material system caused by an applied magnetic field. Giant magnetoresistance occurs in structures containing ferromagnetic contacts separated by a metallic non-magnetic spacer, and is now the basis of read heads for hard drives and for new forms of random access memory. Using an insulator (for example, a molecular thin film) rather than a metal ...


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