A new industrially relevant material, incorporating a nonmagnetic metal with an antiferromagnetic alloy, has been tested for spintronic capabilities.
Bismuth ferrite thin films can be tuned using substrate strain to produce an on/off current ratio large enough for application to ultrahigh density memory.
Organic-inorganic perovskitelike hybrids open new possibilities for magnetic thin films.
A numerical simulation of energy in rotational turbulence finds a significant difference between forced and decaying systems.
Asymmetric hysteresis in vanadium dioxide insulator-to-metal transition is a function of ellipsoidal inclusions whose shape is temperature dependent.
Functional near-infrared spectroscopy: A promising noninvasive brain imaging tool under natural conditions
Perspectives on the challenges and promises of functional near-infrared spectroscopy as a noninvasive and portable neuroimaging tool for brain studies.
Creating ruthenium/aluminum multilayers with hafnium, nickel and platinum demonstrates the importance of stacking sequence for developing ternary materials that keep generating heat after ignition.
The injection of electron spins into graphene is improved by 50 percent over previous works using a trilayer hexagonal boron nitride buffer as a tunneling layer between the graphene and cobalt alloy contacts.