A general formula that can calculate the spin current induced by oscillating magnetic fields in magnetic materials and aid our understanding of novel spintronics functionality has been developed by researchers from Tokyo Tech and Chiba University.
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Quantum Hall (QH) effect allows the exploitation of quantum coherence of electrons for various applications from metrology to quantum computation. QH interferometry is a convenient tool that provides an archetypal platform to achieve fractional QH state braiding statistics. However, a phase coherence along the length of the interferometer and suppression of Coulomb charging energy is required to observe fractional statistics.
Authors prepared cubic and walnut-shaped light-driven hematite/platinum (Pt) microrobots, followed by their transformation into Janus structures by Pt deposition.
R-Theta stage motion systems are better suited to circular, elliptic and spiral motion patterns than conventional Cartesian 2-axis XY linear translation stages.
Researchers have reported a machine learning-based framework (XGBoost) for directing the manufacturing of carbon dots with high photon emission intensity and controllable emission.
Researchers at Missouri S&T are demonstrating a new two-dimensional material heterostructure – a basic building block for advanced semiconductor devices – that has great potential for future applications in compact sensors and detectors, optical communication, optical integrated circuits and quantum computers.
Linkam Scientific Instruments will be exhibiting at its first US tradeshow since 2020, the Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall meeting, in Boston, MA.
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