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Xiao, J. (author), Bauer, G.E.W. (author), Uchida, K. (author), Saitoh, E. (author), Maekawa, S. (author)
The spin Seebeck effect is a spin-motive force generated by a temperature gradient in a ferromagnet that can be detected via normal metal contacts through the inverse spin Hall effect [K. Uchida et al., Nature (London) 455, 778 (2008)]. We explain this effect by spin pumping at the contact that is proportional to the spin-mixing conductance of...
journal article 2010
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Uchida, K. (author), Ota, T. (author), Adachi, H. (author), Xiao, J. (author), Nonaka, T. (author), Kajiwara, Y. (author), Bauer, G.E.W. (author), Maekawa, S. (author), Saitoh, E. (author)
The spin-Seebeck effect (SSE) in ferromagnetic metals and insulators has been investigated systematically by means of the inverse spin-Hall effect (ISHE) in paramagnetic metals. The SSE generates a spin voltage as a result of a temperature gradient in a ferromagnet, which injects a spin current into an attached paramagnetic metal. In the...
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Nakayama, H. (author), Althammer, M. (author), Chen, Y.T. (author), Uchida, K. (author), Kajiwara, Y. (author), Kikuchi, D. (author), Ohtani, T. (author), Geprägs, S. (author), Opel, M. (author), Takahashi, S. (author), Gross, R. (author), Bauer, G.E.W. (author), Goennenwein, S.T.B. (author), Saitoh, E. (author)
We report anisotropic magnetoresistance in Pt|Y3Fe5O12 bilayers. In spite of Y3Fe5O12 being a very good electrical insulator, the resistance of the Pt layer reflects its magnetization direction. The effect persists even when a Cu layer is inserted between Pt and Y3Fe5O12, excluding the contribution of induced equilibrium magnetization at the...
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Hou, Dazhi (author), Qiu, Zhiyong (author), Iguchi, R. (author), Sato, K (author), Vehstedt, E. K. (author), Uchida, K. (author), Bauer, G.E. (author), Saitoh, E (author)
Applying magnetic fields has been the method of choice to magnetize non-magnetic materials, but they are difficult to focus. The magneto-electric effect and voltage-induced magnetization generate magnetization by applied electric fields, but only in special compounds or heterostructures. Here we demonstrate that a simple metal such as gold...
journal article 2016
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Kikkawa, Takashi (author), Shen, K. (author), Flebus, Benedetta (author), Duine, Rembert A. (author), Uchida, Ken Ichi (author), Qiu, Zhiyong (author), Bauer, G.E. (author), Saitoh, Eiji (author)
Sharp structures in the magnetic field-dependent spin Seebeck effect (SSE) voltages of Pt/Y3Fe5O12 at low temperatures are attributed to the magnon-phonon interaction. Experimental results are well reproduced by a Boltzmann theory that includes magnetoelastic coupling. The SSE anomalies coincide with magnetic fields tuned to the threshold of...
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Flebus, Benedetta (author), Shen, K. (author), Kikkawa, Takashi (author), Uchida, Ken Ichi (author), Qiu, Zhiyong (author), Saitoh, Eiji (author), Duine, Rembert A. (author), Bauer, G.E. (author)
We theoretically study the effects of strong magnetoelastic coupling on the transport properties of magnetic insulators. We develop a Boltzmann transport theory for the mixed magnon-phonon modes ("magnon polarons") and determine transport coefficients and the spin diffusion length. Magnon-polaron formation causes anomalous features in the...
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