Chase Weiss

  • Magnetoelectronics is mainly digital, i.e. governed by up and down magnetizations. In contrast, analogue magnetoelectronics makes use of phenomena occuring for non-collinear magnetization configurations. Here we review theories which have recently been applied to the transport in non-collinear magnetic nanostructures in two and multiterminal structures, viz. random matrix and circuit theory. Both are not valid for highly transparent systems in a resistive environment like perpendicular metallic spin valves. The solution to this problem is a renormalization of the conventional and spin-mixing conductance parameters.




5 Responses to “Chase Weiss”

  1. Spencer Elliott Says:

    I learned that you use non collinear points in in magnets. That is all I understood about this paragraph.

  2. Janelle Hoatson Says:

    I thought this article was confuse but, I think it can accour with a subway station and ow magnets woth with that.

  3. Anna Allberry Says:

    I didn’t understand this at all. I only got some of the non-collinear parts of it.

  4. Abby Hess Says:

    I learned collinear points are in magnents. This was a pretty confusing article but it was interesting. LOTS OF NEW KNOWLEDGE! 🙂

  5. Derek Snyder Says:

    I really learned a lot about magnetization. Thanks for sharing. Well written!

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