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Spin Hallmagnetoresistenceforelectronic determination ofmagneticordering

Chavez Ponce de Leon, Gustavo (2022) Spin Hallmagnetoresistenceforelectronic determination ofmagneticordering. Research Paper, Nanoscience.


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When a non-magnetic conductor is in contact with a magnetic insulator, the resistance of the conductor is modulated by the magnetization direction in the insulator. This effect is known as the Spin Hall Magnetoresistence. The current theory of the Spin Hall Magnetoresistence relates this phenomenon to a non-equilibrium spin accumulation at the interface accompanied by the simultaneous action of the Spin Hall and Inverse Spin Hall Effects. In this work, we review this theory emphasizing later modifications introduced to explain a significant disagreement between theory and experiments on non-collinear magnets. In addition, we explore the possibility of employing this magnetoresistence for applications in next-generation spintronics, such as the purely electrical detection of complex magnetic textures.

Item Type: Thesis (Research Paper)
Supervisor name: Mostovoy, M.V.
Degree programme: Nanoscience
Thesis type: Research Paper
Language: English
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2022 12:25
Last Modified: 02 Jun 2022 12:25

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