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Nature Nanotechnology volume 7, pages 696697 (2012) | Download Citation

Many experiments have demonstrated that the spin direction of an electron survives for a relatively long time in an organic material. Results presented at a recent conference show how such long spin-lifetimes can be used in devices.

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  1. Stefano Sanvito is at the School of Physics and CRANN, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland

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  2. V. Alek Dediu is at the Institute of Nanostructured Materials, CNR, Bologna, Italy

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