Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 spin Hall effect

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Sun. August 27, 2017

-
A Synopsis from 2015 describes an experiment showing that germanium can also carry a spin-polarized current over nearly half a micrometer.
The name may be a mouthful, but the effect is unique because the change in resistance with the spin Hall effect is affected by the direction of the magnetization or the electric current that is applied to it.

As the scientists explain, this direction-dependent effect occurs because the spin-polarized electrons created by the spin Hall effect in a nonmagnetic layer are deflected in opposite directions by the magnetization of the adjacent magnetic layer ...
The spins are generated by the spin Hall effect (SHE), which involves an electrical current flowing through a material in which the electrons experience an interaction between their spin and orbital angular momentum.
In the spin Hall effect (SHE), an electric current flowing through a material creates a flow of electron spin in the perpendicular direction.
Hayden Martz of Redmond presented a research project titled "Modeling and Characterization of the spin Hall effect" at the University of Alabama's Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference held on March 30.

... manipulating spin-polarized charge-carrier states in semiconductors, with the potential to develop magnetic storage devices. Professor Molenkamp has experimentally confirmed the quantum spin-Hall effect, which firms up the field of topological ...
His work includes ground-breaking methods for creating and manipulating spin-polarized charge-carrier states in semiconductors, with the potential to develop magnetic storage devices.
His work includes ground-breaking methods for creating and manipulating spin-polarized charge-carrier states in semiconductors, with the potential to develop magnetic storage devices.
The technique takes advantage of the spin-Hall effect, whereby an electrical current can generate a spin current that flows in a direction perpendicular to the charge current.
The spin Hall effect is a spin transport phenomenon mediated by strong spin-orbit coupling, in which opposite spins are deviated in opposite directions while propagating inside a conductive material.
According to Liu, spin-orbit coupling is the key to understanding some most significant discoveries in recent years, such as the topological superconductivity and the Quantum spin Hall effect, in the development of new energy and new materials. However ...
The parameters could, for example, be used to probe, manipulate, and tune the interference of neighboring modes in complex coupled plasmonic structures, or to study spin-orbit interaction and the spin Hall effect of light. Results from such studies ...
These false-color images represent the quantum Hall state that UChicago physicists created by shining infrared laser light at specially configured mirrors.
... effect using one dimensional spin-current conducting films' in the Nature journal Scientific Reports: spin current is induced, and injected from the ferrite film into the metallic film by the LSSE, where it is converted into a voltage by the ...
... (TE-like) and anti-symmetric (TM-like) modes in a waveguide system, the authors managed to successfully restore the duality of the electromagnetic waves and to construct a 'pseudo-spin 1/2' system, which can mimic the electronic quantum spin Hall ...
By showing that a phenomenon dubbed the "inverse spin Hall effect" works in several organic semiconductors - including carbon-60 buckyballs - University of Utah physicists changed magnetic "spin current" into electric current.

"This paper is the first to demonstrate the inverse spin Hall effect in a range of organic semiconductors with unprecedented sensitivity," although a 2013 study by other researchers demonstrated it with less sensitivity in one such material, says ...
The Zeeman spin Hall effect (ZSHE) occurs when spin current is generated in the presence of an applied magnetic field (the Zeeman field).
The metals are for spin current generation and detection (conversion of spin current back to charge current) via the so-called spin Hall effect and inverse spin Hall effect. The magnetic insulator is an electrical insulator but a good spin current ...
Now independent researchers at Eindhoven University of technology (TU/e, The Netherlands) claim to have solved the fast, dense and cheap problem with a novel new approach called "field-free magnetization reversal by spin-Hall effect and exchange ...
(Nanowerk News) Use your computer without the need to start it up: a new type of magnetic memory makes it possible. This 'MRAM' is faster, more efficient and robust than other kinds of data storage.
The metals are for spin current generation and detection via the spin Hall effect and inverse spin Hall effect. The magnetic insulator is an electrical insulator but a good spin current conductor.
The metals are for spin current generation and detection (conversion of spin current back to charge current) via the so-called spin Hall effect and inverse spin Hall effect. The magnetic insulator is an electrical insulator but a good spin current ...
These materials, which include metals such as platinum or tantalum, are capable of generating a spin current from an electrical current (and vice versa) by means of the so-called spin Hall effect. For this reason, these materials are of utmost ...
These materials, which include metals such as platinum or tantalum, are characterized for being capable of generating a spin current from an electrical current (and viceversa) by means of the so-called spin Hall effect. For this reason, these materials ...
Bliokh's acheivements include the theory of spin Hall effect and other spin-orbit interaction phenomena for light; prediction and theory of electron vortex beams; and description of the extraordinary transverse spin and momentum in inhomogeneous ...
Bliokh's acheivements include the theory of spin Hall effect and other spin-orbit interaction phenomena for light; prediction and theory of electron vortex beams; and description of the extraordinary transverse spin and momentum in inhomogeneous ...


spacer

 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

   effects
    hall
      spin hall