NewsToward 2D memory technology by magnetic graphene

6th May 2021by admin0
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In spintronics, the magnetic moment of electrons
(spin) is used to transfer and manipulate information. An
ultra-compact 2D spin-logic circuitry could be built from 2D
materials that can transport the spin information over long
distances and also provide strong spin-polarization of charge
current. Experiments by physicists at the University of Groningen
(The Netherlands) and Colombia University (U.S.) suggest that
magnetic graphene can be the ultimate choice for these 2D
spin-logic devices as it efficiently converts charge to spin
current and can transfer this strong spin-polarization over long
distances. This discovery was published on 6 May in Nature
Nanotechnology.

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