Bilayer embodiment of the bipolar spin switch

Johnson, Mark
September 1993
Applied Physics Letters;9/6/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p1435
Academic Journal
Presents bilayer embodiment of the bipolar spin switch. Description of bipolar spin switch; Discussion of the spin and charge flow in a ferromagnet-paramagnet model system; Development of design criteria of the system.


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