NewsControlling magnetization direction of magnetite at room
temperature

17th November 2020by admin0
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Over the last few decades, conventional electronics
has been rapidly reaching its technical limits in computing and
information technology, calling for innovative devices that go
beyond the mere manipulation of electron current. In this regard,
spintronics, the study of devices that exploit the “spin” of
electrons to perform functions, is one of the hottest areas in
applied physics. But, measuring, altering, and, in general, working
with this fundamental quantum property is no mean
feat.

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