Spin Dependent Transport in Magnetic Nanostructures by Sadamichi Maekawa, Teruya Shinjo

By Sadamichi Maekawa, Teruya Shinjo

In magnetic platforms of nano-meter measurement, the interaction among spin and cost of electrons presents distinctive shipping phenomena. In magnetic superlattices, magnetic and non-magnetic steel skinny movies with thickness of the order of 1 nano-meter are piled-up alternately. because the discovery of big magnetoresistance (GMR) in those superlattices in 1988, spin based shipping phenomena in magnetic nanostructures have acquired a lot consciousness from either educational and technological issues of view.Ferromagnetic tunnel junctions made up of ferromagnetic steel electrodes and a really skinny insulating barrier among them also are of present curiosity as magnetoresistive units, the place the tunneling present relies on the relative orientation of magnetization (TMR). as well as magnetic superlattices and magnetic tunnel junctions, magnetic granular platforms and magnetic dots were studied greatly as magnetoresistive structures. Edited by means of of the world's major professionals, Spin based shipping in Magnetic Nanostructures introduces and explains the fundamental physics and purposes of quite a few spin-dependent delivery phenomena in magnetic nanostructures with specific emphasis on magnetic multilayers and magnetic tunnel junctions.

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