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Title: Channel Width Dependence of Spin Polarized Transports in NiFe/InGaAs Hybrid Two-Terminal Structures
Authors: Akabori, M
Suzuki, K
Yamada, S
Keywords: Spin polarized transports
NiFe/InGaAs hybrid
Local Hall effect (LHE)
Magneto-resistance (MR)
Spin valve (SV)
Issue Date: 2005-06
Publisher: Springer
Magazine name: J. Superconductivity
Volume: 18
Start page: 367
End page: 370
DOI: 10.1007/s10948-005-0011-4
Abstract: We investigated spin polarized transports in NiFe/InGaAs hybrid two-terminal structures at 1.5 K as well as their channel width dependence. The two-terminal structures were fabricated in order to neglect the local Hall effect (LHE) by fringe fields of NiFe contacts. First, we measured magneto-resistance (MR) characteristics of the samples under vertical magnetic fields, and obtained clear oscillations indicating the ohmic formation at NiFe/InGaAs interfaces. Next, we measured spin valve (SV) properties under parallel magnetic fields, and successfully observed clear SV peaks without LHE hysterisis loops. Furthermore, we also confirmed unique behavior of SV peaks depending on the channel width. Such dependence also indicates spin injection/detection through NiFe/InGaAs interfaces.
Rights: This is the author-created version of Springer Netherlands, Masashi Akabori, Katsushige Suzuki and Syoji Yamada, Journal of Superconductivity, 18(3), 2005, 367-370. The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com, https://www.springerlink.com/content/q1878523rw0396w6/resource-secured/?target=fulltext.pdf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/3326
Material Type: author
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