Features of Spin Transport in Magnetic Nanostructures with Nonmagnetic Metal Layers
The spin transport through and near interfaces have been studied in magnet/normal metal-based multilayer magnetic nanostructures in magnetostatic and magneto-dynamic cases. Its features and accompanying effects, such as the magnetoresistance or the magnetic precession-induced spin pumping and spin accumulation in adjacent normal metal, are determined by the spin-dependent scattering on the interface. These effects are governed by the entire spin-coherent region that is limited in size by spin-flip relaxation processes and can be controlled by the spin-polarized current of different origins including the spin Hall effect. Conditions of realization of the mentioned spin currents in the multilayer magnetic nanostructures are considered.
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