Concepts in Spin Electronics by Sadamichi Maekawa

By Sadamichi Maekawa

These days info know-how relies on semiconductor and feromagnetic fabrics. info processing and computation are according to electron cost in semiconductor transistors and built-in circuits, and data is kept on magnetic high-density challenging disks in line with the physics of the electron spins. lately, a brand new department of physics and nanotechnology, referred to as magneto-electronics, spintronics or spin electronics, has emerged, which goals at at the same time exploiting either the cost and the spin of electrons within the similar equipment. A broader target is to advance new performance that doesn't exist individually in a ferromagnet or semiconductor. the purpose of this publication is to provide new instructions within the improvement of spin electronics in either the fundamental physics and the technologywhich becomes the basis of destiny electronics.

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