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Nature Physics volume 12, pages 2425 (2016) | Download Citation

The rotational motion of liquids can induce a flow of electron spins, and could enable ultra-small spin-hydrodynamic generators that operate with liquid metals.

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  1. Igor Žutić and Alex Matos-Abiague are in the Department of Physics, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York 14260, USA

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