Spin Seebeck effect and anomalous Nernst effect of ferromagnetic conductors

Spin Seebeck effect and anomalous Nernst effect of ferromagnetic conductors

Spin caloritronics has emerged rapidly as an important branch of spintronics due to its potential prospects (20160301)

2016-03-01

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Observation of magnon-mediated electric current drag at room temperature

Observation of magnon-mediated electric current drag at room temperature

Spin-based electronic devices such as magnetic memory (20160222)

2016-02-22

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Geometric Frustration Induces Liquid-like Ground state of Electric Dipoles

Geometric Frustration Induces Liquid-like Ground state of Electric Dipoles

Quantum mechanical fluctuations and geometric frustration may prohibit the formation of long-range ordering even at the lowest temperature, and therefore a liquid-like ground state could be expected A well-known example is the quantum spin liquid in frus

2016-02-05

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Observation of Resonant Quantum Magnetoelectric Effect in a Multiferroic Metal−Organic Framework

Observation of Resonant Quantum Magnetoelectric Effect in a Multiferroic Metal−Organic Framework

In recent years, there has been remarkable interest in the synthesis and investigation of hybrid organic−inorganic materials, such as the metal−organic frameworks (MOFs), largely due to their potential applications in gas storage, catalysis, nonlinear

2016-02-02

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Giant barocaloric effect in hexagonal Ni2In-type Mn-Co-Ge-In compounds around room temperature

Giant barocaloric effect in hexagonal Ni2In-type Mn-Co-Ge-In compounds around room temperature

Caloric effects of materials driven by different external fields such as pressure, magnetic field, and electric field are known as barocaloric, magnetocaloric, and electrocaloric effect, respectively Any change of lattice, spin, electric polarization ord

2015-12-23

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