What is it about?

Can a spin-polarized current flowing through the sample change its magnetic properties? For example, the magnitude of its coercive force? Yes, it can but the effect can only be visible in critical links of a percolation cluster at low enough temperatures.

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Why is it important?

If it can, it makes it possible to control the time or reliability of information storage in magnetic media.


The effect requires a high level of spin polarization, so it appears only at low temperatures.

Eugeniy Beliayev
B. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

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This page is a summary of: Changes in the coercivity fields of magnetoresistance hysteresis loops under the influence of a spin-polarized current flowing through the half-metal CrO2 nanocomposite system, Low Temperature Physics, July 2022, American Institute of Physics, DOI: 10.1063/10.0011602.
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