2D SPINTRONICS

A barrier to spin filters

Electron tunnelling through a two-dimensional magnetic insulator is assisted by magnon inelastic processes that provide spin-filtering.

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Fig. 1: Electronic tunnelling through few-layer insulating CrBr3.

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Valenzuela, S.O., Roche, S. A barrier to spin filters. Nat Electron 1, 328–329 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41928-018-0089-x

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