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  1. Magnetic excitations and anomalous spin-wave broadening in multiferroic FeV2O4

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    Zhang, Qiang [Ames Laboratory; Ramazanoglu, Mehmet [Ames Laboratory; Chi, Songxue [Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Liu, Yong [Ames Laboratory; Lograsso, Thomas A. [Ames Laboratory; Vaknin, David [Ames Laboratory

    2014-06-01

    We report on the different roles of two orbital-active Fe2+ at the A site and V3+ at the B site in the magnetic excitations and on the anomalous spin-wave broadening in FeV2O4. FeV2O4 exhibits three structural transitions and successive paramagnetic (PM)–collinear ferrimagnetic (CFI)–noncollinear ferrimagnetic (NCFI)/ferroelectric transitions. The high-temperature tetragonal/PM–orthorhombic/CFI transition is accompanied by the appearance of a large energy gap in the magnetic excitations due to strong spin-orbit-coupling-induced anisotropy at the Fe2+ site. While there is no measurable increase in the energy gap from the orbital ordering of V3+ at the orthorhombic/CFI–tetragonal/NCFI transition, anomalous spin-wave broadening is observed in the orthorhombic/CFI state due to V3+ spin fluctuations at the B site. The spin-wave broadening is also observed at the zone boundary without softening in the NCFI/ferroelectric phase, which is discussed in terms of magnon-phonon coupling. Our study also indicates that the Fe2+ spins without the frustration at the A site may not play an important role in inducing ferroelectricity in the tetragonal/NCFI phase of FeV2O4.

  2. Charged spin half particle with anomalous magnetic moment in a plane wave field

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    Vaidya, Arvind Narayan [Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil); Silva Filho, Pedro Barbosa da [Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Cajazeiras, PB (Brazil)

    2000-07-01

    Full text follows: The Dirac-Pauli equation for a charged spin half particle with anomalous magnetic moment in the presence of a plane wave external electromagnetic field is solved by an algebraic method and the solutions are shown to be simply related to the free particle ones.We also discuss the relationship of our results with the work of other authors. We show that our solutions are equivalent to those of Chakrabarti. We also show that the different results of Barut and Duru are in error. (author)

  3. Anomalous spin waves and the commensurate-incommensurate magnetic phase transition in LiNiPO4

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    Jensen, Thomas Bagger Stibius; Christensen, Niels Bech; Kenzelmann, M.;

    2009-01-01

    Detailed spin-wave spectra of magnetoelectric LiNiPO4 have been measured by neutron scattering at low temperatures in the commensurate (C) antiferromagnetic (AF) phase below T-N=20.8 K. An anomalous shallow minimum is observed at the modulation vector of the incommensurate (IC) AF phase appearing...

  4. Spontaneous anomalous and spin Hall effects due to spin-orbit scattering of evanescent wave functions in magnetic tunnel junctions.

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    Vedyayev, A; Ryzhanova, N; Strelkov, N; Dieny, B

    2013-06-14

    We theoretically investigated the anomalous Hall effect (AHE) and spin Hall effect (SHE) transversal to the insulating spacer I, in magnetic tunnel junctions of the form F/I/F where the F's are ferromagnetic layers and I represents a tunnel barrier. We considered the case of purely ballistic (quantum mechanical) transport. These effects arise because of the asymmetric scattering of evanescent wave functions due to the spin-orbit interaction in the tunnel barrier. The AHE and SHE we investigated have a surface nature due to the proximity effect. Their amplitude is of first order in the scattering potential. This contrasts with ferromagnetic metals wherein these effects are of second (side-jump scattering) and third (skew scattering) order in these potentials. The value of the AHE current in the insulating spacer may be much larger than that in metallic ferromagnetic electrodes. For the antiparallel orientation of the magnetizations in the two F electrodes, a spontaneous Hall current exists even at zero applied voltage. PMID:25165958

  5. Anomalous ultrasonic attenuation by the spin-density wave in a dilute Cr(V) alloy

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    A single crystal of Cr+0.5 at. % V was field cooled through its Neel temperature TN congruent 260 K, with a field B=12 T, along a cube axis to produce a single-Q state. The attenuation α was measured for 10-MHz longitudinal ultrasound propagating parallel and perpendicular to Q, and also in the non-field-cooled poly-Q state. The resultant anisotropy in the change in α at the spin-flip temperature TSF congruent 40 K, shows the sample to be largely single-Q, but its nature suggests that the change of the magnetic structure at the low-temperature phase transition may differ from that in pure Cr

  6. Anomalous bootstrap current due to drift waves

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    An anomalous parallel current driven by radial flux in tokamak is discussed. Drift waves, which cause an anomalous cross field diffusion, can generate a parallel current in a sheared magnetic field, if the fluctuation level has radial dependence. (author)

  7. Spin-Wave Diode

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    Lan, Jin; Yu, Weichao; Wu, Ruqian; Xiao, Jiang

    2015-10-01

    A diode, a device allowing unidirectional signal transmission, is a fundamental element of logic structures, and it lies at the heart of modern information systems. The spin wave or magnon, representing a collective quasiparticle excitation of the magnetic order in magnetic materials, is a promising candidate for an information carrier for the next-generation energy-saving technologies. Here, we propose a scalable and reprogrammable pure spin-wave logic hardware architecture using domain walls and surface anisotropy stripes as waveguides on a single magnetic wafer. We demonstrate theoretically the design principle of the simplest logic component, a spin-wave diode, utilizing the chiral bound states in a magnetic domain wall with a Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction, and confirm its performance through micromagnetic simulations. Our findings open a new vista for realizing different types of pure spin-wave logic components and finally achieving an energy-efficient and hardware-reprogrammable spin-wave computer.

  8. The anomalous Hall conductivity due to the vector spin chirality

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    Taguchi, Katsuhisa; Tatara, Gen

    2008-01-01

    We study theoretically the anomalous Hall effect due to the vector spin chirality carried by the local spins in the $s$-$d$ model. We will show that the vector spin chirality indeed induces local Hall effect in the presence of the electron spin polarization, while the global Hall effect vanishes if electron transport is homogeneous. This anomalous Hall effect can be interpreted in terms of the rotational component of the spin current associated with the vector chirality.

  9. Spin Waves in Terbium

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    Jensen, J.; Houmann, Jens Christian Gylden; Bjerrum Møller, Hans

    1975-01-01

    The energies of spin waves propagating in the c direction of Tb have been studied by inelastic neutron scattering, as a function of a magnetic field applied along the easy and hard directions in the basal plane, and as a function of temperature. From a general spin Hamiltonian, consistent...... with the symmetry, we deduce the dispersion relation for the spin waves in a basal-plane ferromagnet. This phenomenological spin-wave theory accounts for the observed behavior of the magnon energies in Tb. The two q⃗-dependent Bogoliubov components of the magnon energies are derived from the experimental results...... with increasing temperatures implies that the two-ion coupling is effectively isotropic above ∼ 150 K. We present arguments for concluding that, among the mechanisms which may introduce anisotropic two-ion couplings in the rare-earth metals, the modification of the indirect exchange interaction by the spin...

  10. Experimental search for anomalous spin-spin interactions

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    This paper reports on a Cavendish-type torsion pendulum, having test masses with 2.5 x 1011 polarized electrons and attracting masses with 8 x 1023 polarized electrons, is used to search for an anomalous spin interaction of macroscopic range. Competition from magnetic forces is reduced by using ferrimagnetic Dy-Fe masses which exhibit orbital compensation of the electron spin magnetic moments. Combined with magnetic shielding, the sensitivity is 2 x 10-4 of the gravitational force. Fluctuations set the overall experimental limit at about 5 times this level. The authors' results set limits on electron spin interactions and on moments which are not of electromagnetic origin. In terms of a standard dipole-dipole form, the limit is 1.5 x 20-12 of the interaction strength between the magnetic moments of the electrons. Compared to previous results, this is a six-fold improvement

  11. Spin wave confinement

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    2008-01-01

    This book presents recent scientific achievements in the investigation of magnetization dynamics in confined magnetic systems. Introduced by Bloch as plane waves of magnetization in unconfined ferromagnets, spin waves currently play an important role in the description of very small magnetic systems ranging from microelements, which form the basis of magnetic sensors, to magnetic nano-contacts. The spin wave confinement effect was experimentally discovered in the 1990s in permalloy microstripes. The diversity of systems where this effect is observed has been steadily growing since then, and

  12. Particle with spin 2 and anomalous magnetic moment in external electromagnetic and gravitational fields

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    Kisel, V V; Red'kov, V M

    2011-01-01

    Tensor 50-component form of the first order relativistic wave equation for a particle with spin 2 and anomalous magnetic moment is extended to the case of an arbitrary curved space-time geometry. An additional parameter considered in the presence of only electromagnetic field as related to anomalous magnetic moment, turns to determine additional interaction terms with external geometrical background through Ricci R_{kl} and Riemann R_{klmn} tensors.

  13. Phenomenological Spin Transport Theory Driven by Anomalous Nernst Effect

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    Taniguchi, Tomohiro

    2016-07-01

    Several experimental efforts such as material investigation and structure improvement have been made recently to find a large anomalous Nernst effect in ferromagnetic metals. Here, we develop a theory of spin transport driven by the anomalous Nernst effect in a diffusive ferromagnetic/nonmagnetic multilayer. Starting from a phenomenological formula of a spin-dependent electric current, the theoretical formulas of electric voltage and spin torque generated by the anomalous Nernst effect are derived. The magnitude of the electric voltage generated from the spin current via the inverse spin Hall effect is on the order of 0.1 µV for currently available experimental parameter values. The temperature gradient necessary to switch the magnetization is quite larger than the typical experimental value. The separation of the contributions of the Seebeck and transverse spin Seebeck effects is also discussed.

  14. Quantization of Spinning Particle with Anomalous Magnetic Momentum

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    Gitman, D. M.; Saa, A. V.

    1992-01-01

    A generalization of the pseudoclassical action of a spinning particle in the presence of an anomalous magnetic moment is given. The leading considerations, to write the action, are gotten from the path integral representation for the causal Green's function of the generalized (by Pauli) Dirac equation for the particle with anomalous magnetic momentum in an external electromagnetic field. The action can be written in reparametrization and supergauge invariant form. Both operator (Dirac) and pa...

  15. Hydrodynamic Waves in an Anomalous Charged Fluid

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    Abbasi, Navid; Rezaei, Zahra

    2015-01-01

    We study the collective excitations in a relativistic fluid with an anomalous conserved charge. In $3+1$ dimensions, in addition to two ordinary sound modes we find two propagating modes in presence of an external magnetic field: one with a velocity proportional to the coefficient of gauge-gravitational anomaly coefficient and the other with a velocity which depends on both chiral anomaly and the gauge gravitational anomaly coefficients. While the former is the Chiral Alfv\\'en wave recently found in arXiv:1505.05444, the latter is a new type of collective excitations originated from the density fluctuations. We refer to these modes as the Type-M and Type-D chiral Alfv\\'en waves respectively. We show that the Type-M Chiral Alfv\\'en mode is split into two chiral Alfv\\'en modes when taking into account the effect of dissipation processes in the fluid. In 1+1 dimensions we find only one propagating mode associated with the anomalous effects. We explicitly compute the velocity of this wave and show that in contras...

  16. Anomalous properties of spin-extended chiral fermions

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    Elbistan, M

    2015-01-01

    The spin-extended semiclassical chiral fermion (we call the S-model), which had been used to derive the twisted Lorentz symmetry of the "spin-enslaved" chiral chiral fermion (we call the c-model) is equivalent to the latter in the free case, however coupling to an external electromagnetic field yields inequivalent systems. The difference is highlighted by the inconsistency of spin enslavement within the spin-extended framework. The S-model exhibits nevertheless similar though slightly different anomalous properties as the usual c-model does.

  17. Tweaking the spin-wave dispersion and suppressing the incommensurate phase in LiNiPO4 by iron substitution

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    Li, Jiying; Jensen, Thomas Bagger Stibius; Andersen, Niels Hessel;

    2009-01-01

    Elastic and inelastic neutron-scattering studies of Li(Ni1−xFex)PO4 single crystals reveal anomalous spin-wave dispersions along the crystallographic direction parallel to the characteristic wave vector of the magnetic incommensurate phase. The anomalous spin-wave dispersion (magnetic soft mode) ...

  18. Studies on spin waves

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    Prets, A

    1998-01-01

    In the present Ph. D. thesis we are considering a special form of scaling limits, namely the hydrodynamic limit. Such limits are considered to explain macroscopic behavior of matter by means of microscopic dynamic laws. In this procedure a rescaling of space and time plays a central role. The limit will be formulated in a quantum mechanical way. Within this framework we study derivations of the Landau Lifshitz equation for ferromagnets. This equation is a macroscopic equation of motion for the magnetization vector and results into the theory of spin waves. Since we have no exact knowledge of the Heisenberg operator's time evolution no definitive statement an how to regain the Landau Lifshitz equation from the microscopic dynamics can be given. In contrast to the Heisenberg operator, for an Ising type interaction inside a ferromagnet one is able to recover macroscopically a solution of a linearized Landau Lifschitz equation.

  19. Constraints on anomalous spin-spin interactions from spin-exchange collisions

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    Kimball, D F Jackson; Budker, D

    2010-01-01

    Measured and calculated cross sections for spin-exchange between alkali atoms and noble gases (specifically sodium and helium) are used to constrain anomalous spin-dependent forces between nuclei at the atomic scale ($\\sim 10^{-8}~{\\rm cm}$). Combined with existing stringent limits on anomalous short-range, spin-dependent couplings of the proton, the dimensionless coupling constant for a heretofore undiscovered axial vector interaction of the neutron arising from exchange of a boson of mass $\\lesssim 100~{\\rm eV}$ is constrained to be $g_A^n/\\sqrt{4 \\pi \\hbar c} < 2 \\times 10^{-3}$. Constraints are established for a velocity- and spin-dependent interaction $\\propto \\prn{\\mathbf{I} \\cdot \\mathbf{v}} \\prn{\\mathbf{K} \\cdot \\mathbf{v}}$, where $\\mathbf{I}$ and $\\mathbf{K}$ are the nuclear spins of He and Na, respectively, and $\\mathbf{v}$ is the relative velocity of the atoms. Constraints on torsion gravity are also considered.

  20. Anomalous dimensions of higher spin currents in large N CFTs

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    Hikida, Yasuaki

    2016-01-01

    We examine anomalous dimensions of higher spin currents in the critical O(N) scalar model and the Gross-Neveu model in arbitrary d dimensions. These two models are proposed to be dual to the type A and type B Vasiliev theories, respectively. We reproduce the known results on the anomalous dimensions to the leading order in 1/N by using conformal perturbation theory. This work can be regarded as an extension of previous work on the critical O(N) scalars in 3 dimensions, where it was shown that the bulk computation for the masses of higher spin fields on AdS_4 can be mapped to the boundary one in conformal perturbation theory. The anomalous dimensions of the both theories agree with each other up to an overall factor depending only on d, and the coincidence is explained for d=3 by making use of N=2 supersymmetry.

  1. Snell's Law for Spin Waves

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    Stigloher, J.; Decker, M.; Körner, H. S.; Tanabe, K.; Moriyama, T.; Taniguchi, T.; Hata, H.; Madami, M.; Gubbiotti, G.; Kobayashi, K.; Ono, T.; Back, C. H.

    2016-07-01

    We report the experimental observation of Snell's law for magnetostatic spin waves in thin ferromagnetic Permalloy films by imaging incident, refracted, and reflected waves. We use a thickness step as the interface between two media with different dispersion relations. Since the dispersion relation for magnetostatic waves in thin ferromagnetic films is anisotropic, deviations from the isotropic Snell's law known in optics are observed for incidence angles larger than 25 ° with respect to the interface normal between the two magnetic media. Furthermore, we can show that the thickness step modifies the wavelength and the amplitude of the incident waves. Our findings open up a new way of spin wave steering for magnonic applications.

  2. Anomalous Hall voltage rectification and quantized spin-wave excitation induced by the simultaneous dc- and rf-current application in Ni81Fe19 wire

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    A. Yamaguchi; Motoi, K.; Hirohata, A.; Miyajima, H.

    2008-01-01

    An anomalous Hall effect and rectification of a Hall voltage are observed by applying a radio-frequency (rf) current through a single-layered ferromagnetic wire located on a coplanar waveguide. The components of the magnetization precession, both in and perpendicular to the plane, can be detected via the Hall voltage rectification of the rf current by incorporating an additional direct (dc) current. In this paper, we propose a phenomenological model, which describes the time-dependent anisotr...

  3. Charge-Induced Spin Torque in Anomalous Hall Ferromagnets

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    Nomura, Kentaro; Kurebayashi, Daichi

    2015-09-01

    We demonstrate that spin-orbit coupled electrons in a magnetically doped system exert a spin torque on the local magnetization, without a flowing current, when the chemical potential is modulated in a magnetic field. The spin torque is proportional to the anomalous Hall conductivity, and its effective field strength may overcome the Zeeman field. Using this effect, the direction of the local magnetization is switched by gate control in a thin film. This charge-induced spin torque is essentially an equilibrium effect, in contrast to the conventional current-induced spin-orbit torque, and, thus, devices using this operating principle possibly have higher efficiency than the conventional ones. In addition to a comprehensive phenomenological derivation, we present a physical understanding based on a model of a Dirac-Weyl semimetal, possibly realized in a magnetically doped topological insulator. The effect might be realized also in nanoscale transition materials, complex oxide ferromagnets, and dilute magnetic semiconductors.

  4. Pseudoclassical Model of Spinning Particle with Anomalous Magnetic Momentum

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    Gitman, D M

    1993-01-01

    A generalization of the pseudoclassical action of a spinning particle in the presence of an anomalous magnetic momentum is given. The action is written in reparametrization and supergauge invariant form. The Dirac quantization, based on the Hamiltonian analyses of the model, leads to the Dirac-Pauli equation for a particle with an anomalous magnetic momentum in an external electromagnetic field. Due to the structure of first-class constraints in that case, the Dirac quantization demands for consistency to take into account an operators ordering problem.

  5. Anomalous Microwave Emission from Spinning Dust and its Polarization Spectrum

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    Hoang, Thiem

    2015-01-01

    Nearly twenty years after the discovery of anomalous microwave emission (AME) that contaminates to the cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation, its origin remains inconclusive. Observational results from numerous experiments have revealed that AME is most consistent with spinning dust emission from rapidly spinning ultrasmall interstellar grains. In this paper, I will first review our improved model of spinning dust, which treats realistic dynamics of wobbling non-spherical grains, impulsive interactions of grains with ions in the ambient plasma, and some other important effects. I will then discuss recent progress in quantifying the polarization of spinning dust emission from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. I will finish with a brief discussion on remaining issues about the origins of AME.

  6. Quantum theory of spin waves in finite chiral spin chains

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    Roldán-Molina, A.; Santander, M. J.; Núñez, A.S.; Fernández Rossier, Joaquín

    2013-01-01

    We calculate the effect of spin waves on the properties of finite-size spin chains with a chiral spin ground state observed on biatomic Fe chains deposited on iridium(001). The system is described with a Heisenberg model supplemented with a Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya coupling and a uniaxial single ion anisotropy that presents a chiral spin ground state. Spin waves are studied using the Holstein-Primakoff boson representation of spin operators. Both the renormalized ground state and the elementary ...

  7. Spin Waves in Ho2Co17

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    Clausen, Kurt Nørgaard; Lebech, Bente

    1980-01-01

    Spin wave excitations in a single crystal of Ho2Co17 have been studied at 4.8 and 78 K. The results are discussed in terms of a linear spin wave model. At 78 K both ground state and excited state spin waves are observed.......Spin wave excitations in a single crystal of Ho2Co17 have been studied at 4.8 and 78 K. The results are discussed in terms of a linear spin wave model. At 78 K both ground state and excited state spin waves are observed....

  8. Anomalous drift of spiral waves in heterogeneous excitable media

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    Sridhar, S; Panfilov, Alexander V

    2009-01-01

    We study the drift of spiral waves in a simple model of heterogeneous excitable medium, having gradients in local excitability or cellular coupling. For the first time, we report the anomalous drift of spiral waves towards regions having higher excitability, in contrast to all earlier observations in reaction-diffusion models of excitable media. Such anomalous drift can promote the onset of complex spatio-temporal patterns, e.g., those responsible for life-threatening arrhythmias in the heart.

  9. Quantization of Spinning Particle with Anomalous Magnetic Momentum

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    Gitman, D M

    1993-01-01

    A generalization of the pseudoclassical action of a spinning particle in the presence of an anomalous magnetic moment is given. The leading considerations, to write the action, are gotten from the path integral representation for the causal Green's function of the generalized (by Pauli) Dirac equation for the particle with anomalous magnetic momentum in an external electromagnetic field. The action can be written in reparametrization and supergauge invariant form. Both operator (Dirac) and path-integral (BFV) quantization are discussed. The first one leads to the Dirac-Pauli equation, whereas the second one gives the corresponding propagator. One of the nontrivial points in this case is that both quantizations schemes demand for consistency to take into account an operators ordering problem.

  10. Fractionalized spin-wave continuum in kagome spin liquids

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    Mei, Jia-Wei; Wen, Xiao-Gang

    Motivated by spin-wave continuum (SWC) observed in recent neutron scattering experiments in Herbertsmithite, we use Gutzwiller-projected wave functions to study dynamic spin structure factor S (q , ω) of spin liquid states on the kagome lattice. Spin-1 excited states in spin liquids are represented by Gutzwiller-projected two-spinon excited wave functions. We investigate three different spin liquid candidates, spinon Fermi-surface spin liquid (FSL), Dirac spin liquid (DSL) and random-flux spin liquid (RSL). FSL and RSL have low energy peaks in S (q , ω) at K points in the extended magnetic Brillouin zone, in contrast to experiments where low energy peaks are found at M points. There is no obviuos contradiction between DSL and neutron scattering measurements. Besides a fractionalized spin (i.e. spin-1/2), spinons in DSL carry a fractionalized crystal momentum which is potentially detectable in SWC in the neutron scattering measurements.

  11. Lattice Waves, Spin Waves, and Neutron Scattering

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    Brockhouse, Bertram N.

    1962-03-01

    Use of neutron inelastic scattering to study the forces between atoms in solids is treated. One-phonon processes and lattice vibrations are discussed, and experiments that verified the existence of the quantum of lattice vibrations, the phonon, are reviewed. Dispersion curves, phonon frequencies and absorption, and models for dispersion calculations are discussed. Experiments on the crystal dynamics of metals are examined. Dispersion curves are presented and analyzed; theory of lattice dynamics is considered; effects of Fermi surfaces on dispersion curves; electron-phonon interactions, electronic structure influence on lattice vibrations, and phonon lifetimes are explored. The dispersion relation of spin waves in crystals and experiments in which dispersion curves for spin waves in Co-Fe alloy and magnons in magnetite were obtained and the reality of the magnon was demonstrated are discussed. (D.C.W)

  12. Amplification of Spin Waves by Thermal Spin-Transfer Torque

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    Padrón-Hernández, E.; Azevedo, A.; Rezende, S. M.

    2011-11-01

    We observe amplification of spin-wave packets propagating along a film of single-crystal yttrium iron garnet subject to a transverse temperature gradient. The spin waves are excited and detected with standard techniques used in magnetostatic microwave delay lines in the 1-2 GHz frequency range. The amplification is attributed to the action of a thermal spin-transfer torque acting on the magnetization that opposes the relaxation and which is created by spin currents generated through the spin-Seebeck effect. The experimental data are interpreted with a spin-wave model that gives an amplification gain in very good agreement with the data.

  13. Spin Waves in Terbium

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    Jensen, J.; Houmann, Jens Christian Gylden

    1975-01-01

    The selection rules for the linear couplings between magnons and phonons propagating in the c direction of a simple basal-plane hcp ferromagnet are determined by general symmetry considerations. The acoustic-optical magnon-phonon interactions observed in the heavy-rare-earth metals have been expl...... by Liu. The coupled magnon—transverse-phonon system for the c direction of Tb is analyzed in detail, and the strengths of the couplings are deduced as a function of wave vector by combining the experimental studies with the theory....

  14. Anomalous tunneling of collective excitations and effects of superflow in the polar phase of a spin-1 spinor Bose-Einstein condensate

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    We investigate tunneling properties of collective modes in the polar phase of a spin-1 spinor Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC). This spinor BEC state has two kinds of gapless modes (i.e., Bogoliubov and spin-wave). Within the framework of mean-field theory at T=0, we show that these Goldstone modes exhibit perfect transmission in the low-energy limit. Their anomalous tunneling behavior still holds in the presence of superflow, except in the critical current state. In the critical current state, while the tunneling of Bogoliubov mode is accompanied by finite reflection, the spin wave still exhibits perfect transmission, unless the strengths of spin-dependent and spin-independent interactions take the same value. We discuss the relation between perfect transmission of a spin wave and underlying superfluidity through a comparison of wave functions of the spin wave and the condensate.

  15. Field Induced Spin Density Waves

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    Chaikin, P

    1996-01-01

    The Field Induced Spin Density Waves (FISDWs) found in organic conductors represent a unique series of transitions which meld the one-dimensional physics of the Peierls instability with the two-dimensional physics of the Quantum Hall Effect. This paper presents a pedagogical introduction to the FISDW's in the Bechgaard salts, along with recent experimental results on related high magnetic field phenomena.


  16. Calcium waves initiating from the anomalous subdiffusive calcium sparks

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    Chen, Xi; Guo, Liang; Kang, Jianhong; Huo, Yunlong; Wang, ShiQiang; Tan, Wenchang

    2014-01-01

    The objective of the study is to investigate the propagation of Ca2+ waves in full-width cardiac myocytes and carry out sensitivity analysis to study the effects of various physiological parameters on global Ca2+ waves. Based on the anomalous subdiffusion of Ca2+ sparks, a mathematical model was proposed to characterize the Ca2+ waves. The computed results were in agreement with the experimental measurements using confocal microscopy. This model includes variables of current through the Ca2+ ...

  17. Attenuation characteristics of spin pumping signal due to travelling spin waves

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    Mukherjee, Sankha Subhra; Deorani, Praveen; Kwon, Jae Hyun; Yang, Hyunsoo

    2012-01-01

    The authors have investigated the contribution of the surface spin waves to spin pumping. A Pt/NiFe bilayer has been used for measuring spin waves and spin pumping signals simultaneously. The theoretical framework of spin pumping resulting from ferromagnetic resonance has been extended to incorporate spin pumping due to spin waves. Equations for the effective area of spin pumping due to spin waves have been derived. The amplitude of the spin pumping signal resulting from travelling waves is s...

  18. Electrically tunable spin polarization of chiral edge modes in a quantum anomalous Hall insulator

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    Zhang, Rui-Xing; Hsu, Hsiu-Chuan; Liu, Chao-Xing

    2016-06-01

    In the quantum anomalous Hall effect, chiral edge modes are expected to conduct spin polarized current without dissipation and thus hold great promise for future electronics and spintronics with low energy consumption. However, spin polarization of chiral edge modes has never been established in experiments. In this work, we theoretically study spin polarization of chiral edge modes in the quantum anomalous Hall effect, based on both the effective model and more realistic tight-binding model constructed from first-principles calculations. We find that spin polarization can be manipulated by tuning either a local gate voltage or the Fermi energy. We also propose to extract spin information of chiral edge modes by contacting the quantum anomalous Hall insulator to a ferromagnetic lead. The establishment of spin polarization of chiral edge modes, as well as the manipulation and detection in a fully electrical manner, will pave the way to the applications of the quantum anomalous Hall effect in spintronics.

  19. Spin-transfer torque induced spin waves in antiferromagnetic insulators

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    Daniels, Matthew; Guo, Wei; Stocks, G. Malcolm; Xiao, Di; Xiao, Jiang

    2015-03-01

    We explore the possibility of exciting spin waves in insulating antiferromagnetic films by injecting spin current at the surface. We analyze both magnetically compensated and uncompensated interfaces. We find that the spin current induced spin-transfer torque can excite spin waves in insulating antiferromagnetic materials and that the chirality of the excited spin wave is determined by the polarization of the injected spin current. Furthermore, the presence of magnetic surface anisotropy can greatly increase the accessibility of these excitations. Supported by NSF EFRI-1433496 (M.W.D), U.S. DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Materials Sciences and Engineering (D.X. & G.M.S.), Major State Basic Research Project of China and National Natural Science Foundation of China (W.G. and J.X.).

  20. Amplification of spin waves by the spin Seebeck effect

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    Padrón-Hernández, E.; Azevedo, A.; Rezende, S. M.

    2012-04-01

    We observe amplification of spin-wave packets propagating along a film of single-crystal yttrium iron garnet (YIG) subject to a transverse temperature gradient. The spin waves are excited and detected with standard techniques used to study volume or surface magnetostatic waves in the 1-2 GHz frequency range. Amplification gains larger than 20 are observed in a YIG film heated by a current of 20 mA in a Pt layer in a simple YIG/Pt bilayer. The amplification is attributed to the action of a spin-transfer thermal torque acting on the magnetization that opposes the relaxation and which is created by spin currents generated through the spin Seebeck effect. The experimental data are interpreted with a spin-wave model.

  1. Strange and Charm Quark Spins from Anomalous Ward Identity

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    Gong, Ming; Alexandru, Andrei; Draper, Terrence; Liu, Keh-Fei

    2015-01-01

    We present a calculation of the strange and charm quark contributions to the nucleon spin from anomalous Ward identity (AWI). It is performed with overlap valence quarks on 2+1-flavor domain-wall fermion gauge configurations on a $24^3 \\times 64$ lattice with the light sea mass at $m_{\\pi} = 330$ MeV. To satisfy the AWI, the overlap fermion for the pseudoscalar density and the overlap Dirac operator for the topological density, which do not have multiplicative renormalization, are used to renormalize the form factor of the local axial-vector current at finite $q^2$. For the charm quark, we find the positive pseudoscalar term almost cancels the negative topological term for each $q^2$, leading to a very small net contribution. For the strange quark, the pseudoscalar term is less positive than that of the charm and this results in a negative strange quark spin when combined with the topological contribution. The $g_A(q^2)$ at $q^2 =0$ is obtained by a global fit of the pseudoscalar and the topological form fact...

  2. Anomalous Surface Wave Launching by Handedness Phase Control

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    Zhang, Xueqian

    2015-10-09

    Anomalous launch of a surface wave with different handedness phase control is achieved in a terahertz metasurface based on phase discontinuities. The polarity of the phase profile of the surface waves is found to be strongly correlated to the polarization handedness, promising polarization-controllable wavefront shaping, polarization sensing, and environmental refractive-index sensing. © 2015 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

  3. Shock-wave studies of anomalous compressibility of glassy carbon

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    Molodets, A. M.; Golyshev, A. A.; Savinykh, A. S.; Kim, V. V.

    2016-02-01

    The physico-mechanical properties of amorphous glassy carbon are investigated under shock compression up to 10 GPa. Experiments are carried out on the continuous recording of the mass velocity of compression pulses propagating in glassy carbon samples with initial densities of 1.502(5) g/cm3 and 1.55(2) g/cm3. It is shown that, in both cases, a compression wave in glassy carbon contains a leading precursor with amplitude of 0.135(5) GPa. It is established that, in the range of pressures up to 2 GPa, a shock discontinuity in glassy carbon is transformed into a broadened compression wave, and shock waves are formed in the release wave, which generally means the anomalous compressibility of the material in both the compression and release waves. It is shown that, at pressure higher than 3 GPa, anomalous behavior turns into normal behavior, accompanied by the formation of a shock compression wave. In the investigated area of pressure, possible structural changes in glassy carbon under shock compression have a reversible character. A physico-mechanical model of glassy carbon is proposed that involves the equation of state and a constitutive relation for Poisson's ratio and allows the numerical simulation of physico-mechanical and thermophysical properties of glassy carbon of different densities in the region of its anomalous compressibility.

  4. Drift wave vortices and anomalous transport

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    Theory and computer simulations are used to describe the inelastic vortex-vortex and vortex-wave interactions that lead to the quasi-coherent transport of plasma across the magnetic field. Monopole and dipole drift wave vortices with radii r0 large compared with the ion inertial scale length /rho//sub s/ are shown to produce transport at the rate un/sub υ/∫dσ(b) ≤ n/sub υ/υ/sub de/r/sub o/ where n/sub υ/ is the vortex line density and dσ(b) is the inelastic collision cross-section for impact parameter b. The transport during collisions and mergings is evaluated from the evolution of a passively convected scalar concentration of test particles. 24 refs., 4 figs

  5. Spin waves and spin instabilities in quantum plasmas

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    Andreev, P A

    2014-01-01

    We describe main ideas of method of many-particle quantum hydrodynamics allows to derive equations for description of quantum plasma evolution. We also present definitions of collective quantum variables suitable for quantum plasmas. We show that evolution of magnetic moments (spins) in quantum plasmas leads to several new branches of wave dispersion: spin-electromagnetic plasma waves and self-consistent spin waves. Propagation of neutron beams through quantum plasmas is also considered. Instabilities appearing due to interaction of magnetic moments of neutrons with plasma are described.

  6. Skyrmion creation and annihilation by spin waves

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    Liu, Yizhou, E-mail: yliu062@ucr.edu; Yin, Gen; Lake, Roger K., E-mail: rlake@ece.ucr.edu [Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Riverside, California 92521 (United States); Zang, Jiadong [Department of Physics and Material Science Program, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire 03824 (United States); Shi, Jing [Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Riverside, California 92521 (United States)

    2015-10-12

    Single skyrmion creation and annihilation by spin waves in a crossbar geometry are theoretically analyzed. A critical spin-wave frequency is required both for the creation and the annihilation of a skyrmion. The minimum frequencies for creation and annihilation are similar, but the optimum frequency for creation is below the critical frequency for skyrmion annihilation. If a skyrmion already exists in the cross bar region, a spin wave below the critical frequency causes the skyrmion to circulate within the central region. A heat assisted creation process reduces the spin-wave frequency and amplitude required for creating a skyrmion. The effective field resulting from the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction and the emergent field of the skyrmion acting on the spin wave drive the creation and annihilation processes.

  7. The anomalous dimension of spin-1/2 baryons in many flavors QCD

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    Vecchi, Luca

    2016-01-01

    We derive the anomalous dimension of spin-1/2 baryon operators in QCD at leading 1/Nf order. Within this approximation the complication resulting from the mixing with an infinite number of evanescent operators can be easily bypassed.

  8. Anomalous refraction of guided waves via embedded acoustic metasurfaces

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    Zhu, Hongfei; Semperlotti, Fabio

    2016-04-01

    We illustrate the design of acoustic metasurfaces based on geometric tapers and embedded in thin-plate structures. The metasurface is an engineered discontinuity that enables anomalous refraction of guided wave modes according to the Generalized Snell's Law. Locally-resonant geometric torus-like tapers are designed in order to achieve metasurfaces having discrete phase-shift profiles that enable a high level of control of refraction of the wavefronts. Results of numerical simulations show that anomalous refraction can be achieved on transmitted anti-symmetric modes (A0) either when using a symmetric (S0) or anti-symmetric (A0) incident wave, where the former case clearly involves mode conversion mechanisms.

  9. Magnetic trapping of silver and copper, and anomalous spin relaxation in the ag-he system.

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    Brahms, Nathan; Newman, Bonna; Johnson, Cort; Greytak, Tom; Kleppner, Daniel; Doyle, John

    2008-09-01

    We have trapped large numbers of copper (Cu) and silver (Ag) atoms using buffer-gas cooling. Up to 3 x 10{12} Cu atoms and 4 x 10{13} Ag atoms are trapped. Lifetimes are as long as 5 s, limited by collisions with the buffer gas. Ratios of elastic to inelastic collision rates with He are >or=10{6}, suggesting Cu and Ag are favorable for use in ultracold applications. The temperature dependence of the Ag-3He collision rate varies as T;{5.8+/-0.4}. We find that this temperature dependence is inconsistent with the behavior predicted for relaxation arising from the spin-rotation interaction, and conclude that the Ag-3He system displays anomalous collisional behavior in the multiple-partial wave regime. Gold (Au) was ablated into 3He buffer gas, however, atomic Au lifetimes were observed to be too short to permit trapping.

  10. About spin precession in electromagnetic wave

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    Cherkas, Sergey L.

    1999-01-01

    It is shown that two ways of the description of the 1/2-spin precession in a circularly polarized electromagnetic wave: on the basis of the Bargmann-Michel-Telegdi equation and on the basis of the Dirac equation with Pauli term give the same result in the second order on the wave's field for arbitrary wave length.

  11. Spin pumping with coherent elastic waves

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    Weiler, M.; Huebl, H.; Goerg, F. S.; Czeschka, F. D.; Gross, R.; Goennenwein, S. T. B.

    2012-02-01

    The generation and detection of pure spin currents is an important topic for spintronic applications. Spin currents may be generated, e.g., via spin pumping. In this approach, a precessing magnetization relaxes via the emission of a spin current. Conventionally, electromagnetic waves, i.e. microwave photons, are used to drive the magnetization precession. We here show that a spin current can also be pumped by means of an acoustic wave, i.e. microwave phonons. In the experiments, coherent surface acoustic wave (SAW) phonons with a frequency of 1.55 GHz traverse a ferromagnetic thin film/normal metal (Co/Pt) bilayer. The SAW phonons drive the resonant magnetization precession via magnetoelastic coupling [1]. We use the inverse spin Hall voltage in the Pt film as a measure for the generated spin current and record its evolution as a function of time and external magnetic field magnitude and orientation. Our experiments show that a spin current is generated in the exclusive presence of a resonant elastic excitation. This establishes acoustic spin pumping as a resonant analogue to the spin Seebeck effect and opens intriguing perspectives for applications in, e.g., micromechanical resonators. [4pt] [1] M. Weiler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 117601 (2011)

  12. Antiferromagnetic Spin Wave Field-Effect Transistor

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    Cheng, Ran; Daniels, Matthew W.; Zhu, Jian-Gang; Xiao, Di

    2016-04-01

    In a collinear antiferromagnet with easy-axis anisotropy, symmetry dictates that the spin wave modes must be doubly degenerate. Theses two modes, distinguished by their opposite polarization and available only in antiferromagnets, give rise to a novel degree of freedom to encode and process information. We show that the spin wave polarization can be manipulated by an electric field induced Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction and magnetic anisotropy. We propose a prototype spin wave field-effect transistor which realizes a gate-tunable magnonic analog of the Faraday effect, and demonstrate its application in THz signal modulation. Our findings open up the exciting possibility of digital data processing utilizing antiferromagnetic spin waves and enable the direct projection of optical computing concepts onto the mesoscopic scale.

  13. Spin Wave Theory of Strongly Anisotropic Magnets

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    Lindgård, Per-Anker

    1977-01-01

    A strong anisotropy gives rise to a non-spherical precession of the spins with different amplitudes in the x and y directions. The highly anharmonic exchange interaction thereby becomes effectively anisotropic. The possibility of detecting a genuine two-ion anisotropy is discussed, and comments a...... are given on the interpretation of the spin wave data in Tb and Er....

  14. Anomalous friction of graphene nanoribbons on waved graphenes

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    Jun Fang

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Friction plays a critical role in the function and maintenance of small-scale structures, where the conventional Coulomb friction law often fails. To probe the friction at small scales, here we present a molecular dynamics study on the process of dragging graphene nanoribbons on waved graphene substrates. The simulation shows that the induced friction on graphene with zero waviness is ultra-low and closely related to the surface energy barrier. On waved graphenes, the friction generally increases with the amplitude of the wave at a fixed period, but anomalously increases and then decreases with the period at a fixed amplitude. These findings provide insights into the ultra-low friction at small scales, as well as some guidelines into the fabrication of graphene-based nano-composites with high performance.

  15. Anomalous enhancement of spin Hall conductivity in superconductor/normal metal junction

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    Hikino, S.; Yunoki, S.

    2011-01-01

    We propose a spin Hall device to induce a large spin Hall effect in a superconductor/normal metal (SN) junction. The side jump and skew scattering mechanisms are both taken into account to calculate the extrinsic spin Hall conductivity in the normal metal. We find that both contributions are anomalously enhanced when the voltage between the superconductor and the normal metal approaches to the superconducting gap. This enhancement is attributed to the resonant increase of the density of state...

  16. Absence of anomalous Nernst effect in spin Seebeck effect of Pt/YIG

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    B. F. Miao

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available The Pt/YIG structure has been widely used to study spin Seebeck effect (SSE, inverse spin Hall effect, and other pure spin current phenomena. However, the magnetic proximity effect in Pt when in contact with YIG, and the potential anomalous Nernst effect (ANE may compromise the spin current phenomena in Pt/YIG. By inserting a Cu layer of various thicknesses between Pt and YIG, we have separated the signals from the SSE and that of the ANE. It is demonstrated that the thermal voltage in Pt/YIG mainly comes from spin current due to the longitudinal SSE with negligible contribution from the ANE.

  17. Absence of anomalous Nernst effect in spin Seebeck effect of Pt/YIG

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    Miao, B. F.; Huang, S. Y.; Qu, D.; Chien, C. L.

    2016-01-01

    The Pt/YIG structure has been widely used to study spin Seebeck effect (SSE), inverse spin Hall effect, and other pure spin current phenomena. However, the magnetic proximity effect in Pt when in contact with YIG, and the potential anomalous Nernst effect (ANE) may compromise the spin current phenomena in Pt/YIG. By inserting a Cu layer of various thicknesses between Pt and YIG, we have separated the signals from the SSE and that of the ANE. It is demonstrated that the thermal voltage in Pt/YIG mainly comes from spin current due to the longitudinal SSE with negligible contribution from the ANE.

  18. Absence of anomalous Nernst effect in spin Seebeck effect of Pt/YIG

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    Miao, B. F., E-mail: bfmiao@nju.edu.cn [National Laboratory of Solid State Microstructures and Department of Physics, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093 (China); Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218 (United States); Huang, S. Y. [Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218 (United States); Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taipei 10617, Taiwan (China); Qu, D.; Chien, C. L., E-mail: clchien@jhu.edu [Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218 (United States)

    2016-01-15

    The Pt/YIG structure has been widely used to study spin Seebeck effect (SSE), inverse spin Hall effect, and other pure spin current phenomena. However, the magnetic proximity effect in Pt when in contact with YIG, and the potential anomalous Nernst effect (ANE) may compromise the spin current phenomena in Pt/YIG. By inserting a Cu layer of various thicknesses between Pt and YIG, we have separated the signals from the SSE and that of the ANE. It is demonstrated that the thermal voltage in Pt/YIG mainly comes from spin current due to the longitudinal SSE with negligible contribution from the ANE.

  19. Anomalous transport and anomalous heating due to lower hybrid wave fields

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    The microscopic and the macroscopic behaviour of a linear reflex discharge in the presence of low frequency turbulence is investigated under the action of moderate lower hybrid wave power. The frequency and the wavenumber spectra of both the low frequency fluctuations and the high frequency waves are measured using correlation analysis technique with two probes. The low frequency fluctuations may be attributed to drift wave turbulence. The fluctuation level raises when RF power is coupled to the plasma thus causing considerably enhanced radial transport. The coupling between the low frequency fluctuations and the high frequency waves can clearly be seen from the spectra. The high frequency wavenumber spectra measured inside the antenna are in reasonable agreement with the lower hybrid wave dispersion. However, the wavenumbers observed in the lower hybrid resonance region outside the antenna are - in contrast to the expectation - not larger than in the plasma edge region. From the electric field energy density spectra and from measurements of the density and the temperatures, a detailed energy balance can be performed. The calculated heating rates are anomalously large both for the electrons and the ions. The absorption processes, relevant for the present experiment, are discussed. (orig.)

  20. Anomalous wave as a result of the collision of two wave groups on sea surface

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    Ruban, V P

    2016-01-01

    The numerical simulation of the nonlinear dynamics of the sea surface has shown that the collision of two groups of relatively low waves with close but noncollinear wave vectors (two or three waves in each group with a steepness of about 0.2) can result in the appearance of an individual anomalous wave whose height is noticeably larger than that in the linear theory. Since such collisions quite often occur on the ocean surface, this scenario of the formation of rogue waves is apparently most typical under natural conditions.

  1. Relativistic Wave Equation for Fields with Two Mass and Spin States

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    Kruglov, S I

    2003-01-01

    I suggest wave equations for the scalar, pseudoscalar, vector, and pseudovector fields with different masses for spin zero and one states. Tensor, matrix, and quaternion formulations of fields with two mass and spin states are considered. This is the generalization of the Dirac-K\\"ahler equation on the case of different masses of fields with spin one and zero. The equation matrices obtained are simple linear combinations of matrix elements in the 16-dimensional space. Spin projection operators and solutions of equations (for spin one) in the form of matrix-dyads are obtained. The canonical quantization of fields under consideration is studied. The anomalous interaction of the scalar, pseudoscalar, vector, and pseudovector fields with the external electromagnetic field is considered. Three constants which characterize the anomalous magnetic moment and quadrupole electric moment of a particle are introduced.

  2. Stacking order dependence of inverse spin Hall effect and anomalous Hall effect in spin pumping experiments

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    Kim, Sang-Il; Seo, Min-Su; Park, Seung-Young, E-mail: parksy@kbsi.re.kr [Division of Materials Science, Korea Basic Science Institute, Daejeon 305-806 (Korea, Republic of); Kim, Dong-Jun; Park, Byong-Guk [Department of Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST, Daejeon 305-701 (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-07

    The dependence of the measured DC voltage on the non-magnetic material (NM) in NM/CoFeB and CoFeB/NM bilayers is studied under ferromagnetic resonance conditions in a TE{sub 011} resonant cavity. The directional change of the inverse spin Hall effect (ISHE) voltage V{sub ISHE} for the stacking order of the bilayer can separate the pure V{sub ISHE} and the anomalous Hall effect (AHE) voltage V{sub AHE} utilizing the method of addition and subtraction. The Ta and Ti NMs show a broad deviation of the spin Hall angle θ{sub ISH}, which originates from the AHE in accordance with the high resistivity of NMs. However, the Pt and Pd NMs show that the kinds of NMs with low resistivity are consistent with the previously reported θ{sub ISH} values. Therefore, the characteristics that NM should simultaneously satisfy to obtain a reasonable V{sub ISHE} value in bilayer systems are large θ{sub ISH} and low resistivity.

  3. The pilot-wave perspective on spin

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    Norsen, Travis

    2014-04-01

    The alternative pilot-wave theory of quantum phenomena—associated especially with Louis de Broglie, David Bohm, and John Bell—reproduces the statistical predictions of ordinary quantum mechanics but without recourse to special ad hoc axioms pertaining to measurement. That (and how) it does so is relatively straightforward to understand in the case of position measurements and, more generally, measurements, whose outcome is ultimately registered by the position of a pointer. Despite a widespread belief to the contrary among physicists, the theory can also account successfully for phenomena involving spin. The main goal of this paper is to explain how the pilot-wave theory's account of spin works. Along the way, we provide illuminating comparisons between the orthodox and pilot-wave accounts of spin and address some puzzles about how the pilot-wave theory relates to the important theorems of Kochen and Specker and Bell.

  4. Modeling anomalous surface - wave propagation across the Southern Caspian basin

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    Priestly, K.F.; Patton, H.J.; Schultz, C.A.

    1998-01-09

    The crust of the south Caspian basin consists of 15-25 km of low velocity, highly attenuating sediment overlying high velocity crystalline crust. The Moho depth beneath the basin is about 30 km as compared to about 50 km in the surrounding region. Preliminary modeling of the phase velocity curves shows that this thick sediments of the south Caspian basin are also under-lain by a 30-35 km thick crystalline crust and not by typical oceanic crust. This analysis also suggest that if the effect of the over-pressuring of the sediments is to reduce Poissons` ratio, the over-pressured sediments observed to approximately 5 km do not persist to great depths. It has been shown since 1960`s that the south Caspian basin blocks the regional phase Lg. Intermediate frequency (0.02-0.04 Hz) fundamental mode Raleigh waves propagating across the basin are also severely attenuated, but the low frequency surface waves are largely unaffected. This attenuation is observed along the both east-to-west and west-to-east great circle paths across the basin, and therefore it cannot be related to a seismograph site effect. We have modeled the response of surface waves in an idealized rendition of the south Caspian basin model using a hybrid normal mode / 2-D finite difference approach. To gain insight into the features of the basin which cause the anomalous surface wave propagation, we have varied parameters of the basin model and computed synthetic record sections to compare with the observed seismograms. We varied the amount of mantel up-warp, the shape of the boundaries, the thickness and shear wave Q of the sediments and mantle, and the depth of the water layer. Of these parameters, the intermediate frequency surface waves are most severely affected by the sediments thickness and shear wave attenuation. fundamental mode Raleigh wave phase velocities measure for paths crossing the basin are extremely low.

  5. Inverse Spin Hall Effect and Anomalous Hall Effect in a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas

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    Schwab, Peter; Raimondi, Roberto; Gorini, Cosimo

    2010-01-01

    We study the coupled dynamics of spin and charge currents in a two-dimensional electron gas in the transport diffusive regime. For systems with inversion symmetry there are established relations between the spin Hall effect, the anomalous Hall effect and the inverse spin Hall effect. However, in two-dimensional electron gases of semiconductors like GaAs, inversion symmetry is broken so that the standard arguments do not apply. We demonstrate that in the presence of a Rashba type of spin-orbit...

  6. Kinetic theory of spin-polarized systems in electric and magnetic fields with spin-orbit coupling. I. Kinetic equation and anomalous Hall and spin-Hall effects

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    Morawetz, K.

    2015-12-01

    The coupled kinetic equation for density and spin Wigner functions is derived including spin-orbit coupling, electric and magnetic fields, and self-consistent Hartree mean fields suited for SU(2) transport. The interactions are assumed to be with scalar and magnetic impurities as well as scalar and spin-flip potentials among the particles. The spin-orbit interaction is used in a form suitable for solid state physics with Rashba or Dresselhaus coupling, graphene, extrinsic spin-orbit coupling, and effective nuclear matter coupling. The deficiencies of the two-fluid model are worked out consisting of the appearance of an effective in-medium spin precession. The stationary solution of all these systems shows a band splitting controlled by an effective medium-dependent Zeeman field. The self-consistent precession direction is discussed and a cancellation of linear spin-orbit coupling at zero temperature is reported. The precession of spin around this effective direction caused by spin-orbit coupling leads to anomalous charge and spin currents in an electric field. Anomalous Hall conductivity is shown to consist of the known results obtained from the Kubo formula or Berry phases and a symmetric part interpreted as an inverse Hall effect. Analogously the spin-Hall and inverse spin-Hall effects of spin currents are discussed which are present even without magnetic fields showing a spin accumulation triggered by currents. The analytical dynamical expressions for zero temperature are derived and discussed in dependence on the magnetic field and effective magnetizations. The anomalous Hall and spin-Hall effect changes sign at higher than a critical frequency dependent on the relaxation time.

  7. Gravity Waves, Chaos, and Spinning Compact Binaries

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    Levin, Janna

    1999-01-01

    Spinning compact binaries are shown to be chaotic in the Post-Newtonian expansion of the two body system. Chaos by definition is the extreme sensitivity to initial conditions and a consequent inability to predict the outcome of the evolution. As a result, the spinning pair will have unpredictable gravitational waveforms during coalescence. This poses a challenge to future gravity wave observatories which rely on a match between the data and a theoretical template.

  8. Prospect of quantum anomalous Hall and quantum spin Hall effect in doped kagome lattice Mott insulators

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    Daniel Guterding; Jeschke, Harald O.; Roser Valentí

    2015-01-01

    Electronic states with non-trivial topology host a number of novel phenomena with potential for revolutionizing information technology. The quantum anomalous Hall effect provides spin-polarized dissipation-free transport of electrons, while the quantum spin Hall effect in combination with superconductivity has been proposed as the basis for realizing decoherence-free quantum computing. We introduce a new strategy for realizing these effects, namely by hole and electron doping kagome lattice M...

  9. Fermi spin current contribution in spin wave spectrum of spin-1/2 fermions

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    Andreev, Pavel; Kuzmenkov, Leonid

    2016-05-01

    General theory predicts the presence of the thermal part of the spin current in the spin evolution equation for bosons and fermions. For bosons in Bose-Einstein condensate state, it is equal to zero. However, for degenerate fermions it is non zero and it can give a considerable contribution since it describes the Pauli blocking. In this work, we consider spin-1/2 partially polarized fermions. We derive an equation of state for the thermal part of the spin current of degenerate fermions and call it Fermi spin current. We present the spin evolution equation with the Fermi spin current as a part of applied hydrodynamic model. We consider spectrum of collective excitation and describe contribution of the Fermi spin current in the spin wave spectrum. The work of P.A. was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Grant No. 16-32-00886) and the Dynasty foundation.

  10. Current-induced spin wave Doppler shift

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    Bailleul, Matthieu

    2010-03-01

    In metal ferromagnets -namely Fe, Co and Ni and their alloys- magnetism and electrical transport are strongly entangled (itinerant magnetism). This results in a number of properties such as the tunnel and giant magnetoresistance (i.e. the dependence of the electrical resistance on the magnetic state) and the more recently addressed spin transfer (i.e. the ability to manipulate the magnetic state with the help of an electrical current). The spin waves, being the low-energy elementary excitations of any ferromagnet, also exist in itinerant magnets, but they are expected to exhibit some peculiar properties due the itinerant character of the carriers. Accessing these specific properties experimentally could shed a new light on the microscopic mechanism governing itinerant magnetism, which -in turn- could help in optimizing material properties for spintronics applications. As a simple example of these specific properties, it was predicted theoretically that forcing a DC current through a ferromagnetic metal should induce a shift of the frequency of the spin waves [1,2]. This shift can be identified to a Doppler shift undergone by the electron system when it is put in motion by the electrical current. We will show how detailed spin wave measurements allow one to access this current-induced Doppler shift [3]. From an experimental point of view, we will discuss the peculiarities of propagating spin wave spectroscopy experiments carried out at a sub-micrometer length-scale and with MHz frequency resolution. Then, we will discuss the measured value of the Doppler shift in the context of both the old two-current model of spin-polarized transport and the more recent model of adiabatic spin transfer torque. [4pt] [1] P.Lederer and D.L. Mills, Phys.Rev. 148, 542 (1966).[0pt] [2] J. Fernandez-Rossier et al., Phys. Rev. B 69, 174412 (2004)[0pt] [3] V. Vlaminck and M. Bailleul, Science 322, 410 (2008).

  11. Current-induced spin-wave Doppler shift.

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    Vlaminck, Vincent; Bailleul, Matthieu

    2008-10-17

    Spin transfer appears to be a promising tool for improving spintronics devices. Experiments that quantitatively access the magnitude of the spin transfer are required for a fundamental understanding of this phenomenon. By inductively measuring spin waves propagating along a permalloy strip subjected to a large electrical current, we observed a current-induced spin wave Doppler shift that we relate to the adiabatic spin transfer torque. Because spin waves provide a well-defined system for performing spin transfer, we anticipate that they could be used as an accurate probe of spin-polarized transport in various itinerant ferromagnets. PMID:18927387

  12. Domain Wall Propagation through Spin Wave Emission

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    Wang, X.S.; Yan, P.; Shen, Y.H.; Bauer, G.E.W.; Wang, X.R.

    2012-01-01

    We theoretically study field-induced domain wall motion in an electrically insulating ferromagnet with hard- and easy-axis anisotropies. Domain walls can propagate along a dissipationless wire through spin wave emission locked into the known soliton velocity at low fields. In the presence of damping

  13. Prospect of quantum anomalous Hall and quantum spin Hall effect in doped kagome lattice Mott insulators.

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    Guterding, Daniel; Jeschke, Harald O; Valentí, Roser

    2016-01-01

    Electronic states with non-trivial topology host a number of novel phenomena with potential for revolutionizing information technology. The quantum anomalous Hall effect provides spin-polarized dissipation-free transport of electrons, while the quantum spin Hall effect in combination with superconductivity has been proposed as the basis for realizing decoherence-free quantum computing. We introduce a new strategy for realizing these effects, namely by hole and electron doping kagome lattice Mott insulators through, for instance, chemical substitution. As an example, we apply this new approach to the natural mineral herbertsmithite. We prove the feasibility of the proposed modifications by performing ab-initio density functional theory calculations and demonstrate the occurrence of the predicted effects using realistic models. Our results herald a new family of quantum anomalous Hall and quantum spin Hall insulators at affordable energy/temperature scales based on kagome lattices of transition metal ions. PMID:27185665

  14. Prospect of quantum anomalous Hall and quantum spin Hall effect in doped kagome lattice Mott insulators

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    Guterding, Daniel; Jeschke, Harald O.; Valentí, Roser

    2016-01-01

    Electronic states with non-trivial topology host a number of novel phenomena with potential for revolutionizing information technology. The quantum anomalous Hall effect provides spin-polarized dissipation-free transport of electrons, while the quantum spin Hall effect in combination with superconductivity has been proposed as the basis for realizing decoherence-free quantum computing. We introduce a new strategy for realizing these effects, namely by hole and electron doping kagome lattice Mott insulators through, for instance, chemical substitution. As an example, we apply this new approach to the natural mineral herbertsmithite. We prove the feasibility of the proposed modifications by performing ab-initio density functional theory calculations and demonstrate the occurrence of the predicted effects using realistic models. Our results herald a new family of quantum anomalous Hall and quantum spin Hall insulators at affordable energy/temperature scales based on kagome lattices of transition metal ions. PMID:27185665

  15. Prospect of quantum anomalous Hall and quantum spin Hall effect in doped kagome lattice Mott insulators

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    Guterding, Daniel; Jeschke, Harald O.; Valentí, Roser

    2016-05-01

    Electronic states with non-trivial topology host a number of novel phenomena with potential for revolutionizing information technology. The quantum anomalous Hall effect provides spin-polarized dissipation-free transport of electrons, while the quantum spin Hall effect in combination with superconductivity has been proposed as the basis for realizing decoherence-free quantum computing. We introduce a new strategy for realizing these effects, namely by hole and electron doping kagome lattice Mott insulators through, for instance, chemical substitution. As an example, we apply this new approach to the natural mineral herbertsmithite. We prove the feasibility of the proposed modifications by performing ab-initio density functional theory calculations and demonstrate the occurrence of the predicted effects using realistic models. Our results herald a new family of quantum anomalous Hall and quantum spin Hall insulators at affordable energy/temperature scales based on kagome lattices of transition metal ions.

  16. Anomalous Magnetic Excitations of Cooperative Tetrahedral Spin Clusters

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    Prsa, K.; Rønnow, H.M.; Zaharko, O.;

    2009-01-01

    An inelastic neutron scattering study of Cu2Te2O5X2 (X=Cl, Br) shows strong dispersive modes with large energy gaps persisting far above T-N, notably in Cu2Te2O5Br2. The anomalous features: a coexisting unusually weak Goldstone-like mode observed in Cu2Te2O5Cl2 and the size of the energy gaps can...... cannot be explained by existing theories, such as our mean-field or random-phase approximation. We argue that our findings represent a new general type of behavior due to intercluster quantum fluctuations and call for development of a new theoretical approach....

  17. Electrostatic waves and anomalous transport in the solar wind

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    Dum, C. T.

    1983-11-01

    In situ measurements of fluctuation spectra and particle distribution functions have now been carried out throughout interplanetary space. The link between these observations is established by theories of wave particle interaction. Linear instability analysis for the actual nonMaxwellian particle distribution functions and an examination of the velocity dependence of microscopic diffusion coefficients form the basis of such an investigation. It is described in more detail for the short wavelength, ion acoustic like turbulence which is found by linear instability analysis to correspond to the observed electrostatic fluctuations. Of the transport processes associated with these fluctuations, electron heat conduction and electron ion energy transfer are of particular importance for macroscopic solar wind expansion. These effects are studied with the aid of an anomalous transport theory. This theory (Dum, 1978 a,b) is based on the dominance of elastic scattering of electrons by fluctuations, similar to (enhanced) electron ion collisions. It has a much wider range of applicability than classical transport theory, which assumes dominance of Coulomb collisions for elastic and inelastic scattering.

  18. Electrostatic waves and anomalous transport in the solar wind

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    Dum, C. T.

    1983-01-01

    In situ measurements of fluctuation spectra and particle distribution functions have now been carried out throughout interplanetary space. The link between these observations is established by theories of wave particle interaction. Linear instability analysis for the actual nonMaxwellian particle distribution functions and an examination of the velocity dependence of microscopic diffusion coefficients form the basis of such an investigation. It is described in more detail for the short wavelength, ion acoustic like turbulence which is found by linear instability analysis to correspond to the observed electrostatic fluctuations. Of the transport processes associated with these fluctuations, electron heat conduction and electron ion energy transfer are of particular importance for macroscopic solar wind expansion. These effects are studied with the aid of an anomalous transport theory. This theory (Dum, 1978 a,b) is based on the dominance of elastic scattering of electrons by fluctuations, similar to (enhanced) electron ion collisions. It has a much wider range of applicability than classical transport theory, which assumes dominance of Coulomb collisions for elastic and inelastic scattering.

  19. Direct observation of closure domain wall mediated spin waves

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    Mozooni, Babak, E-mail: bamo@tf.uni-kiel.de; McCord, Jeffrey, E-mail: jmc@tf.uni-kiel.de [Institute for Materials Science, University of Kiel, Kaiserstraße 2, 24143 Kiel (Germany)

    2015-07-27

    The generation and guiding of spin waves from and by magnetic domain walls are demonstrated. The spin waves radiate from pinned and oscillating magnetic closure domain walls and propagate linearly along a narrow path formed by the surrounding 180° asymmetric Bloch domain walls. The propagating spin wave modes are directly visualized by time-resolved magneto-optical Kerr microscopy with picosecond temporal resolution. A linear relationship between excitation frequency, wavelength, and number of spin waves per domain exists. Independent of the field excitation frequency, a constant phase velocity of spin waves propagation is obtained. Spin waves characteristics can be tuned by varying the magnetic domain dynamics, allowing for variable spin wave characteristics with magnetic field characteristics and histories.

  20. Kinetic analysis of spin current contribution to spectrum of electromagnetic waves in spin-1/2 plasma, Part II: Dispersion dependencies

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    Andreev, Pavel A

    2016-01-01

    The dielectric permeability tensor for spin polarized plasmas derived in terms of the spin-1/2 quantum kinetic model in six-dimensional phase space in Part I of this work is applied for study of spectra of high-frequency transverse and transverse-longitudinal waves propagating perpendicular to the external magnetic field. Cyclotron waves are studied at consideration of waves with electric field directed parallel to the external magnetic field. It is found that the separate spin evolution modifies the spectrum of cyclotron waves. These modifications increase with the increase of the spin polarization and the number of the cyclotron resonance. Spin dynamics with no account of the anomalous magnetic moment gives a considerable modification of spectra either. The account of anomalous magnetic moment leads to a fine structure of each cyclotron resonance. So, each cyclotron resonance splits on three waves. Details of this spectrum and its changes with the change of spin polarization are studied for the first and se...

  1. Anomalous fiber optic gyroscope signals observed above spinning rings at low temperature

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    Tajmar, M; Plesescu, F; Seifert, B [Space Propulsion and Advanced Concepts, Austrian Research Centers GmbH - ARC, A-2444 Seibersdorf (Austria)], E-mail: martin.tajmar@arcs.ac.at

    2009-02-01

    Precision fiber optic gyroscopes were mounted mechanically de-coupled above spinning rings inside a cryostat. Below a critical temperature (typically <30 K), the gyroscopes measure a significant deviation from their usual offset due to Earth's rotation. This deviation is proportional to the applied angular ring velocity with maximum signals towards lower temperatures. The anomalous gyroscope signal is about 8 orders of magnitude smaller then the applied angular ring velocity, compensating about one third of the Earth rotation offset at an angular top speed of 420 rad/s. Moreover, our data shows a parity violation as the effect appears to be dominant for rotation against the Earth's spin. No systematic effect was found to explain this effect including the magnetic environment, vibration and helium gas friction suggesting that our observation is a new low temperature phenomenon. Tests in various configurations suggest that the rotating low temperature helium may be the source of our anomalous signals.

  2. Polarization transport of transverse acoustic waves: Berry phase and spin Hall effect of phonons

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    Bliokh, K. Yu.; Freilikher, V. D.

    2006-11-01

    We carry out a detailed analysis of the short-wave (semiclassical) approximation for the linear equations of the elasticity in a smoothly inhomogeneous isotropic medium. It is shown that the polarization properties of the transverse waves are completely analogous to those of electromagnetic waves and can be considered as spin properties of optical phonons. In particular, the Hamiltonian of the transverse waves contains an additional term of the phonon spin-orbit interaction arising from the Berry gauge potential in the momentum space. This potential is diagonal in the basis of the circularly polarized waves and corresponds to the field of two “magnetic monopoles” of opposite signs for phonons of opposite helicities. This leads to the appearance of the Berry phase in the equation for the polarization evolution and an additional “anomalous velocity” term in the ray equations. The anomalous velocity has the form of the “Lorentz force” caused by the Berry gauge field in momentum space and gives rise to the transverse transport of waves of opposite helicities in opposite directions. This is a manifestation of the spin Hall effect of optical phonons. The effect directly relates to the conservation of total angular momentum of phonons and also influences reflection from a sharp boundary (acoustic analog of the transverse Ferdorov-Imbert shift).

  3. Measuring anomalous "spin" in elastic e-p or $\

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    Bass, S D; Steffens, F M; Thomas, A W

    1997-01-01

    We obtain a general rule that the O(1/log m_h) term due to the current -3\\bar{g}^2_f(m_h)/{2\\pi^2(33-2f)} times the flavour singlet current of the residual (f-1)-flavour theory, where \\bar{g}_f is the f-flavour running coupling constant in a mass-independent renormalization scheme. The rule is applied to the Ellis-Jaffe moment below and well above charm threshold, and to low-energy Z^0-exchange amplitudes. The singlet axial charge of the proton common to these experiments is both scale and gauge invariant, but is related to the axial anomaly and the ``gluon spin'' by a non-perturbative renormalization factor.

  4. Longitudinal spin dynamics in ferrimagnets: Multiple spin wave nature of longitudinal spin excitations

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    Krivoruchko, V. N.

    2016-08-01

    Motivated by the existing controversy about the physical mechanisms that govern longitudinal magnetization dynamics under the effect of ultrafast laser pulses, in this paper we study the microscopic model of longitudinal spin excitations in a two-sublattice ferrimagnet using the diagrammatic technique for spin operators. The diagrammatic approach provides us with an efficient procedure to derive graphical representations for perturbation expansion series for different spin Green's functions and thus to overcome limitations typical for phenomenological approaches. The infinite series involving all distinct loops built from spin wave propagators are summed up. These result in an expression for the longitudinal spin susceptibility χz z(q ,ω ) applicable in all regions of frequency ω and wave vector q space beyond the hydrodynamical and critical regimes. A strong renormalization of the longitudinal spin oscillations due to processes of virtual creation and annihilation of transverse spin waves has been found. We have shown that the spectrum of longitudinal excitations consists of a quasirelaxation mode forming a central peak in χz z(q ,ω ) and two (acoustic and exchange) precessionlike modes. As the main result, it is predicted that both acoustic and exchange longitudinal excitations are energetically above similar modes of transverse spin waves at the same temperature and wave vector. The existence of the exchange longitudinal mode at such frequencies can result in a new form of excitation behavior in ferrimagnetic system, which could be important for understanding the physics of nonequilibrium magnetic dynamics under the effect of ultrafast laser pulses in multisublattice magnetic materials.

  5. Modification of Spin Wave Propagation by Current Injection

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    Ono, Teruo

    2010-03-01

    We studied the effect of an electric current on the spin wave propagation in magnetic wires, and found the following two effects. (i) Current injection changes the velocity of spin wave; the velocity is increased or decreased depending on the current polarity. (ii) Current injection modifies the attenuation length of spin wave; the attenuation length of spin wave can increase when the spin waves and electrons move in the same direction. The first finding can be interpreted as the time-domain observation of the spin-wave Doppler shift by current injection [1]. The second effect is thought to be affected by the nonadiabaticity of the spin transfer torque and thus can be used to estimate the nonadiabaticity [2]. [4pt] [1] V. Vlaminck and M. Bailleul, Science 322, (2008) 410. [0pt] [2] S. M. Seo, K. J. Lee, H. Yang, and T. Ono, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, (2009) 147202.

  6. Experimental and theoretical investigation of anomalous behavior in rotational bands at high spin

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    High spin states of the barium nuclei have been investigated via the 114Cd(16O,4n)126Ba, 120Sn(12C,4n)128Ba and 124Sn(12C,4n)132Ba reactions. The even spin positive parity yrast band in 126Ba has been excited up to the 16+, and possibly the 18+ state. In addition, another strongly excited band was excited with spins and parities: 7-, 9-, 11-, 13- and 15-. In 128Ba, the even spin positive parity band has been excited up to the 12+ state. Backbending seems to begin at the 12+ state. Two-quasiparticles-plus-rotor bandmixing calculations have been performed in order to explain the backbending and the anomalous negative parity bands observed in 126128Ba and several other nuclei. The test case of 68156Er88 was studied in detail. Good agreement with experimental excitation energies was obtained. The E2 transition rates between the negative parity yrast states were estimated for 156Er. Strongly enhanced rates are found within the states of odd spin, and within the state of even spin. The values of the g-factors were also estimated for the two-quasineutron yrast states in 156Er, showing considerable deviations from the rotational values. The calculation was applied, with very similar results to 56126Ba70. Reasonable fits to the excitation energies were obtained. The case of 46104Pd58 was considered, and very similar results were obtained. The nucleus 80192Hg112 was also studied. No reasonable fit was obtained for the negative parity states. The above evidence suggests that decoupling effects are responsible for the anomalous high spin behavior of the nuclei considered

  7. Spin-charge separation and anomalous correlation functions in the edge states of quantum hall liquids

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    Lee, H C

    1998-01-01

    First, we have investigated chiral edges of a quantum Hall liquids at filling factor nu=2. The separation of spin and charge degrees of freedom becomes manifest in the presence of long- range Coulomb interaction. Due to the spin-charge separation the tunneling density of states takes the form D(omega) approx ( -lnl omega l) sup 1 sup / sup 2. Experimentally, the spin-charge separation can be revealed in the temperature and voltage dependence of the tunneling current into Fermi liquid reservoir. Second, the charge and spin correlation functions of partially spin-polarized edge electrons of a quantum Hall bar are studied using effective Hamiltonian and bosonization techniques. In the presence of the Coulomb interaction between the edges with opposite chirality we find a different crossover behavior in spin and charge correlation functions. The crossover of the spin correlation function in the Coulomb dominated regime is characterized by an anomalous exponent, which originates from the finite value of the effect...

  8. Spin-glass behavior and anomalous magnetoresistance in ferromagnetic Ge1-xFexTe epilayer

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    We report that the Ge1-xFexTe thin film exhibits spin-glass behavior when the Fe concentration increases to 0.08. A large bifurcation between the zero-field cooling and field cooling temperature-dependent magnetization was observed. The hysteresis loops after zero-field cooling and field cooling show an exchange bias effect. A time-dependent thermoremanent magnetization follows power-law decay, which confirms the existence of spin glass. The anomalous magnetotranport properties present a further evidence for spin-glass behavior and give a freezing temperature Tg ∼ 5 K in the Ge0.92Fe0.08Te thin film.

  9. Thermally Driven Pure Spin and Valley Currents via the Anomalous Nernst Effect in Monolayer Group-VI Dichalcogenides

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    Yu, Xiao-Qin; Zhu, Zhen-Gang; Su, Gang;

    2015-01-01

    The spin and valley-dependent anomalous Nernst effects are analyzed for monolayer MoS2 and other group-VI dichalcogenides. We find that pure spin and valley currents can be generated perpendicular to the applied thermal gradient in the plane of these two-dimensional materials. This effect provides...

  10. Demonstration of a robust magnonic spin wave interferometer

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    Kanazawa, Naoki; Goto, Taichi; Sekiguchi, Koji; Granovsky, Alexander B.; Ross, Caroline A.; Takagi, Hiroyuki; Nakamura, Yuichi; Inoue, Mitsuteru

    2016-07-01

    Magnonics is an emerging field dealing with ultralow power consumption logic circuits, in which the flow of spin waves, rather than electric charges, transmits and processes information. Waves, including spin waves, excel at encoding information via their phase using interference. This enables a number of inputs to be processed in one device, which offers the promise of multi-input multi-output logic gates. To realize such an integrated device, it is essential to demonstrate spin wave interferometers using spatially isotropic spin waves with high operational stability. However, spin wave reflection at the waveguide edge has previously limited the stability of interfering waves, precluding the use of isotropic spin waves, i.e., forward volume waves. Here, a spin wave absorber is demonstrated comprising a yttrium iron garnet waveguide partially covered by gold. This device is shown experimentally to be a robust spin wave interferometer using the forward volume mode, with a large ON/OFF isolation value of 13.7 dB even in magnetic fields over 30 Oe.

  11. Dephasing dynamics of Rydberg atom spin waves

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    Bariani, F; Kennedy, T A B

    2012-01-01

    A theory of Rydberg atom interactions is used to derive analytical forms for the spin wave pair correlation function in laser-excited cold-atom vapors. This function controls the quantum statistics of light emission from dense, inhomogeneous clouds of cold atoms of various spatial dimensionalities. The results yield distinctive scaling behaviors on the microsecond timescale, including generalized exponential decay. A detailed comparison is presented with a recent experiment on a cigar-shaped atomic ensemble [Y. Dudin and A. Kuzmich, Science 336, 887 (2012)], in which Rb atoms are excited to a set of Rydberg levels.

  12. Broken Lifshitz invariance, spin waves and hydrodynamics

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    Roychowdhury, Dibakar

    2016-01-01

    In this paper, based on the basic principles of thermodynamics, we explore the hydrodynamic regime of interacting Lifshitz field theories in the presence of broken rotational invariance. We compute the entropy current and discover new dissipative effects those are consistent with the principle of local entropy production in the fluid. In our analysis, we consider both the parity even as well as the parity odd sector upto first order in the derivative expansion. Finally, we argue that the present construction of the paper could be systematically identified as that of the hydrodynamic description associated with \\textit{spin waves} (away from the domain of quantum criticality) under certain limiting conditions.

  13. Vortex core reversal due to spin wave interference.

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    Bauer, Hans G; Sproll, Markus; Back, Christian H; Woltersdorf, Georg

    2014-02-21

    In this Letter we address spin wave dynamics involved in fast and selective vortex core polarity reversal by rotating magnetic field bursts. In a first example we explain the origin of the delayed switching for excitations with short bursts of only one period duration as an interference effect between spin wave modes. Second, when the vortex core is initially no longer at rest but in gyrotropic motion, the magnetization dynamics become more complicated and the interaction of spin waves with the vortex core leads to a variety of nonlinear effects. Our analysis allows us to explain the experimentally observed switching diagram for simultaneous excitation of spin waves and gyrotropic mode.

  14. Mode conversion by symmetry breaking of propagating spin waves.

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    Clausen, P.; Vogt, K.; Schultheiss, H.; Schafer, S.; Obry, B.; Wolf, G.; Pirro, P.; Leven, B.; Hillebrands, B. (Materials Science Division); (Technische Universitat Kaiserslautern); (Grad. School of Excellence Mater. Sci. in Mainz); (Univ. Albama)

    2011-10-01

    We study spin-wave transport in a microstructured Ni{sub 81}Fe{sub 19} waveguide exhibiting broken translational symmetry. We observe the conversion of a beam profile composed of symmetric spin-wave width modes with odd numbers of antinodes n = 1, 3,... into a mixed set of symmetric and asymmetric modes. Due to the spatial homogeneity of the exciting field along the used microstrip antenna, quantized spin-wave modes with an even number n of antinodes across the stripe's width cannot be directly excited. We show that a break in translational symmetry may result in a partial conversion of even spin-wave waveguide modes.

  15. Anomalous D'yakonov-Perel' spin relaxation in semiconductor quantum wells under a strong magnetic field in the Voigt configuration

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    Zhou, Y.; Yu, T.; Wu, M. W.

    2013-06-01

    We report an anomalous scaling of the D’yakonov-Perel’ spin relaxation with the momentum relaxation in semiconductor quantum wells under a strong magnetic field in the Voigt configuration. We focus on the case in which the external magnetic field is perpendicular to the spin-orbit-coupling-induced effective magnetic field and its magnitude is much larger than the latter one. It is found that the longitudinal spin relaxation time is proportional to the momentum relaxation time even in the strong-scattering limit, indicating that the D’yakonov-Perel’ spin relaxation demonstrates Elliott-Yafet-like behavior. Moreover, the transverse spin relaxation time is proportional (inversely proportional) to the momentum relaxation time in the strong- (weak-) scattering limit, both in the opposite trends against the well-established conventional D’yakonov-Perel’ spin relaxation behaviors. We further demonstrate that all the above anomalous scaling relations come from the unique form of the effective inhomogeneous broadening.

  16. Anomalous Josephson Effect in Junctions with Rashba Spin-Orbit Coupling

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    Nesterov, Konstantin; Houzet, Manuel; Meyer, Julia

    2015-03-01

    We study two-dimensional double-barrier SINIS Josephson junctions in which the inversion symmetry in the normal part is broken by Rashba spin-orbit coupling. In the presence of a suitably oriented Zeeman field in the normal part, the system displays the anomalous Josephson effect: the current is nonzero even at zero phase difference between two superconductors. We investigate this effect by means of the Ginzburg-Landau formalism and microscopic Green's functions approach in the clean limit. This work was supported in part by the Grants No. ANR-12-BS04-0016-03 and an EU-FP7 Marie Curie IRG.

  17. Amplification of spin waves in yttrium iron garnet films through the spin Hall effect

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    Padrón-Hernández, E.; Azevedo, A.; Rezende, S. M.

    2011-11-01

    We demonstrate that spin waves propagating in a film of yttrium iron garnet (YIG) can be amplified by a dc current in an adjacent Pt layer by means of the spin Hall effect. The experiments are done at room temperature using pulsed currents to avoid sample heating. Amplification occurs only for surface like modes propagating in a direction perpendicular to the applied in-plane field. The results are interpreted with a model for spin-wave propagation in a YIG film with magnetic losses and subject to a spin-transfer torque due to spin currents created by the spin Hall effect in the Pt layer.

  18. Spin waves in ferromagnetic nanotube. Account of dissipation an spin-polarized current

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    Dipole-exchange spin waves in a ferromagnetic nanotube with a circular cross-section have been studied in the presence of a spin-polarized electric current. The exchange and dipole-dipole magnetic interactions, anisotropy, dissipation effects, and the influence of a spin-polarized current are taken into consideration. An equation for the magnetic potential of spin excitations in the system concerned is derived, and the dispersion relation for spin waves is obtained. Depending on its direction, the spin-polarized current is demonstrated to either strengthen or weaken the effective dissipation. A condition, under which the presence of the spin-polarized current can lead to a generation of a spin wave, is determined

  19. Theory of Spin Waves in Strongly Anisotropic Magnets

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    Lindgård, Per-Anker; Cooke, J. F.

    1976-01-01

    A new infinite-order perturbation approach to the theory of spin waves in strongly anisotropic magnets is introduced. The system is transformed into one with effective two-ion anisotropy and considerably reduced ground-state corrections. A general expression for the spin-wave energy, valid to any...

  20. Inverse spin-Hall effect voltage generation by nonlinear spin-wave excitation

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    Feiler, Laura; Sentker, Kathrin; Brinker, Manuel; Kuhlmann, Nils; Stein, Falk-Ulrich; Meier, Guido

    2016-02-01

    We investigate spin currents in microstructured permalloy/platinum bilayers that are excited via magnetic high-frequency fields. Due to this excitation spin pumping occurs at the permalloy/platinum interface and a spin current is injected into the platinum layer. The spin current is detected as a voltage via the inverse spin-Hall effect. We find two regimes reflected by a nonlinear, abrupt voltage surge, which is reproducibly observed at distinct excitation field strengths. Micromagnetic simulations suggest that the surge is caused by excitation of a spin-wave-like mode. The comparatively large voltages reveal a highly efficient spin-current generation method in a mesoscopic spintronic device.

  1. Direct detection of spin waves in gaseous 3He↑

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    Tastevin, G.; Nacher, P.J.; Leduc, M.; Laloë, F.

    1985-01-01

    In gaseous spin-polarized 3He at low temperature, spin-diffusion becomes oscillatory and gives rise to spin waves; these waves have a quality factor μM, where M is the (relative) nuclear magnetization and μ a dimensionless coefficient characteristic of the importance of exchange effects in binary collisions. We describe here an NMR technique where these oscillatory modes are directly excited and detected, with the use of two sets of radiofrequency coils (for induction and detection), each con...

  2. Magnetization reversal via internal spin waves in magnetic nanoparticles

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    Garanin, D.A.; Kachkachi, H.

    2009-01-01

    By numerically solving the equations of motion for atomic spins we show that internal spin-wave processes in large enough magnetic particles, initially in unstable states, lead to complete magnetization reversal and thermalization. The particle's magnetization strongly decreases in the middle of reversal and then recovers. We identify two main scenarios, exponential and linear spin-wave instabilities. For the latter, the longitudinal and transverse relaxation rates have been obtained analytic...

  3. Spin wave absorber generated by artificial surface anisotropy for spin wave device network

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    Kanazawa, Naoki; Goto, Taichi; Sekiguchi, Koji; Granovsky, Alexander B.; Takagi, Hiroyuki; Nakamura, Yuichi; Inoue, Mitsuteru

    2016-09-01

    Spin waves (SWs) have the potential to reduce the electric energy loss in signal processing networks. The SWs called magnetostatic forward volume waves (MSFVWs) are advantageous for networking due to their isotropic dispersion in the plane of a device. To control the MSFVW flow in a processing network based on yttrium iron garnet, we developed a SW absorber using artificial structures. The mechanical surface polishing method presented in this work can well control extrinsic damping without changing the SW dispersion of the host material. Furthermore, enhancement of the ferromagnetic resonance linewidth over 3 Oe was demonstrated.

  4. Modeling Calcium Wave Based on Anomalous Subdiffusion of Calcium Sparks in Cardiac Myocytes

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    Chen, Xi; Kang, Jianhong; Fu, Ceji; Tan, Wenchang

    2013-01-01

    sparks and waves play important roles in calcium release and calcium propagation during the excitation-contraction (EC) coupling process in cardiac myocytes. Although the classical Fick’s law is widely used to model sparks and waves in cardiac myocytes, it fails to reasonably explain the full-width at half maximum(FWHM) paradox. However, the anomalous subdiffusion model successfully reproduces sparks of experimental results. In this paper, in the light of anomalous subdiffusion of sparks, we develop a mathematical model of calcium wave in cardiac myocytes by using stochastic release of release units (CRUs). Our model successfully reproduces calcium waves with physiological parameters. The results reveal how concentration waves propagate from an initial firing of one CRU at a corner or in the middle of considered region, answer how large in magnitude of an anomalous spark can induce a wave. With physiological currents (2pA) through CRUs, it is shown that an initial firing of four adjacent CRUs can form a wave. Furthermore, the phenomenon of calcium waves collision is also investigated. PMID:23483894

  5. Voltage modulation of propagating spin waves in Fe

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    Nawaoka, Kohei; Shiota, Yoichi; Miwa, Shinji; Tamura, Eiiti [Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-8531 (Japan); CREST, Japan Science Technology, Kawaguchi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan); Tomita, Hiroyuki; Mizuochi, Norikazu; Shinjo, Teruya [Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-8531 (Japan); Suzuki, Yoshishige, E-mail: suzuki-y@mp.es.osaka-u.ac.jp [Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-8531 (Japan); CREST, Japan Science Technology, Kawaguchi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan); Display and Semiconductor Physics Department, Korea University, Sejong 339-700 (Korea, Republic of)

    2015-05-07

    The effect of a voltage application on propagating spin waves in single-crystalline 5 nm-Fe layer was investigated. Two micro-sized antennas were employed to excite and detect the propagating spin waves. The voltage effect was characterized using AC lock-in technique. As a result, the resonant field of the magnetostatic surface wave in the Fe was clearly modulated by the voltage application. The modulation is attributed to the voltage induced magnetic anisotropy change in ferromagnetic metals.

  6. Separated spin evolution quantum hydrodynamics of degenerated electrons with spin-orbit interaction and extraordinary wave spectrum

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    Andreev, Pavel A.; Trukhanova, Mariya Iv.

    2016-01-01

    To consider a contribution of the spin-orbit interaction in the extraordinary wave spectrum we derive a generalization of the separate spin evolution quantum hydrodynamics. Applying corresponding nonlinear Pauli equation we include Fermi spin current contribution in the spin evolution. We find that the spectrum of extraordinary waves consists of three branches: two of them are well-known extraordinary waves and the third one is the spin-electron acoustic wave (SEAW). Earlier SEAWs have been c...

  7. Generalized Elliott-Yafet theory of electron spin relaxation in metals: origin of the anomalous electron spin lifetime in MgB2.

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    Simon, F; Dóra, B; Murányi, F; Jánossy, A; Garaj, S; Forró, L; Bud'ko, S; Petrovic, C; Canfield, P C

    2008-10-24

    The temperature dependence of the electron-spin relaxation time in MgB2 is anomalous as it does not follow the resistivity above 150 K; it has a maximum around 400 K and decreases for higher temperatures. This violates the well established Elliot-Yafet theory of spin relaxation in metals. The anomaly occurs when the quasiparticle scattering rate (in energy units) is comparable to the energy difference between the conduction and a neighboring bands. The anomalous behavior is related to the unique band structure of MgB2 and the large electron-phonon coupling. The saturating spin relaxation is the spin transport analogue of the Ioffe-Regel criterion of electron transport.

  8. Surface spin-electron acoustic waves in magnetically ordered metals

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    Andreev, Pavel A

    2015-01-01

    Degenerate plasmas with motionless ions show existence of three surface waves: the Langmuir wave, the electromagnetic wave, and the zeroth sound. Applying the separated spin evolution quantum hydrodynamics to half-space plasma we demonstrate the existence of the surface spin-electron acoustic wave (SSEAW). We study dispersion of the SSEAW. We show that there is hybridization between the surface Langmuir wave and the SSEAW at rather small spin polarization. In the hybridization area the dispersion branches are located close to each other. In this area there is a strong interaction between these waves leading to the energy exchange. Consequently, generating the Langmuir waves with the frequencies close to hybridization area we can generate the SSEAWs. Thus, we report a method of creation of the SEAWs.

  9. Spin effect on parametric interactions of waves in magnetoplasmas

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    The parametric decay instability of upper hybrid wave into low-frequency electromagnetic Shear Alfvén wave and Ordinary mode radiation (O-mode) has been investigated in an electron-ion plasma immersed in the uniform external magnetic field. Incorporating quantum effect due to electron spin, the fluid model has been used to investigate the linear and nonlinear response of the plasma species for three-wave coupling in a magnetoplasma. It is shown that the spin of electrons has considerable effect on the parametric decay of upper hybrid wave into Ordinary mode radiation (O-mode) and Shear Alfvén wave even in classical regime.

  10. Planck Early Results: New Light on Anomalous Microwave Emission from Spinning Dust Grains

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    Ade, P A R; Arnaud, M; Ashdown, M; Aumont, J; Baccigalupi, C; Balbi, A; Banday, A J; Barreiro, R B; Bartlett, J G; Battaner, E; Benabed, K; Benoît, A; Bernard, J -P; Bersanelli, M; Bhatia, R; Bock, J J; Bonaldi, A; Bond, J R; Borrill, J; Bouchet, F R; Boulanger, F; Bucher, M; Burigana, C; Cabella, P; Cappellini, B; Cardoso, J -F; Casassus, S; Catalano, A; Cayón, L; Challinor, A; Chamballu, A; Chary, R -R; Chen, X; Chiang, L -Y; Chiang, C; Christensen, P R; Clements, D L; Colombi, S; Couchot, F; Coulais, A; Crill, B P; Cuttaia, F; Danese, L; Davies, R D; Davis, R J; de Bernardis, P; de Gasperis, G; de Rosa, A; de Zotti, G; Delabrouille, J; Delouis, J -M; Dickinson, C; Donzelli, S; Doré, O; Dörl, U; Douspis, M; Dupac, X; Efstathiou, G; En\\sslin, T A; Eriksen, H K; Finelli, F; Forni, O; Frailis, M; Franceschi, E; Galeotta, S; Ganga, K; Génova-Santos, R T; Giard, M; Giardino, G; Giraud-Héraud, Y; González-Nuevo, J; Górski, K M; Gratton, S; Gregorio, A; Gruppuso, A; Hansen, F K; Harrison, D; Helou, G; Henrot-Versillé, S; Herranz, D; Hildebrandt, S R; Hivon, E; Hobson, M; Holmes, W A; Hovest, W; Hoyland, R J; Huffenberger, K M; Jaffe, T R; Jaffe, A H; Jones, W C; Juvela, M; Keihänen, E; Keskitalo, R; Kisner, T S; Kneissl, R; Knox, L; Kurki-Suonio, H; Lagache, G; Lähteenmäki, A; Lamarre, J -M; Lasenby, A; Laureijs, R J; Lawrence, C R; Leach, S; Leonardi, R; Lilje, P B; Linden-V\\ornle, M; López-Caniego, M; Lubin, P M; Macías-Pérez, J F; MacTavish, C J; Maffei, B; Maino, D; Mandolesi, N; Mann, R; Maris, M; Marshall, D J; Martínez-González, E; Masi, S; Matarrese, S; Matthai, F; Mazzotta, P; McGehee, P; Meinhold, P R; Melchiorri, A; Mendes, L; Mennella, A; Mitra, S; Miville-Deschênes, M -A; Moneti, A; Montier, L; Morgante, G; Mortlock, D; Munshi, D; Murphy, A; Naselsky, P; Natoli, P; Netterfield, C B; N\\orgaard-Nielsen, H U; Noviello, F; Novikov, D; Novikov, I; O'Dwyer, I J; Osborne, S; Pajot, F; Paladini, R; Partridge, B; Pasian, F; Patanchon, G; Pearson, T J; Peel, M; Perdereau, O; Perotto, L; Perrotta, F; Piacentini, F; Piat, M; Plaszczynski, S; Platania, P; Pointecouteau, E; Polenta, G; Ponthieu, N; Poutanen, T; Prézeau, G; Procopio, P; Prunet, S; Puget, J -L; Reach, W T; Rebolo, R; Reich, W; Reinecke, M; Renault, C; Ricciardi, S; Riller, T; Ristorcelli, I; Rocha, G; Rosset, C; Rowan-Robinson, M; Rubi\; Rusholme, B; Sandri, M; Santos, D; Savini, G; Scott, D; Seiffert, M D; Shellard, P; Smoot, G F; Starck, J -L; Stivoli, F; Stolyarov, V; Stompor, R; Sudiwala, R; Sygnet, J -F; Tauber, J A; Terenzi, L; Toffolatti, L; Tomasi, M; Torre, J -P; Tristram, M; Tuovinen, J; Umana, G; Valenziano, L; Varis, J; Verstraete, L; Vielva, P; Villa, F; Vittorio, N; Wade, L A; Wandelt, B D; Watson, R; Wilkinson, A; Ysard, N; Yvon, D; Zacchei, A; Zonca, A

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    Anomalous microwave emission (AME) has been observed by numerous experiments in the frequency range ~10-60 GHz. Using Planck maps and multi-frequency ancillary data, we have constructed spectra for two known AME regions: the Perseus and Rho Ophiuchus molecular clouds. The spectra are well fitted by a combination of free-free radiation, cosmic microwave background, thermal dust, and electric dipole radiation from small spinning dust grains. The spinning dust spectra are the most precisely measured to date, and show the high frequency side clearly for the first time. The spectra have a peak in the range 20-40 GHz and are detected at high significances of 17.1sigma and 10.4sigma, respectively. In Perseus, spinning dust in the dense molecular gas can account for most of the AME; the low density neutral gas appears to play a minor role. In Rho Ophiuchus, the ~30 GHz peak is dominated by dense molecular gas, but there is an indication of an extended tail at frequencies 50-100 GHz, which can be accounted for by irra...

  11. Spin waves in antiferromagnetic FeF2

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    Hutchings, M T; Rainford, B.D.; Guggenheim, H J

    1970-01-01

    Spin-wave dispersion in antiferromagnetic FeF2 has been investigated by inelastic neutron scattering using a chopper time-of-flight spectrometer. The single mode observed has a relatively flat dispersion curve rising from 53 cm-1 at the zone centre to 79 cm-1 at the zone boundary. A spin Hamilton......Spin-wave dispersion in antiferromagnetic FeF2 has been investigated by inelastic neutron scattering using a chopper time-of-flight spectrometer. The single mode observed has a relatively flat dispersion curve rising from 53 cm-1 at the zone centre to 79 cm-1 at the zone boundary. A spin...

  12. Lagrangian geometrical optics of nonadiabatic vector waves and spin particles

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    Ruiz, D E

    2015-01-01

    Linear vector waves, both quantum and classical, experience polarization-driven bending of ray trajectories and polarization dynamics that can be interpreted as the precession of the "wave spin". Both phenomena are governed by an effective gauge Hamiltonian, which vanishes in leading-order geometrical optics. This gauge Hamiltonian can be recognized as a generalization of the Stern-Gerlach Hamiltonian that is commonly known for spin-1/2 quantum particles. The corresponding reduced Lagrangians for continuous nondissipative waves and their geometrical-optics rays are derived from the fundamental wave Lagrangian. The resulting Euler-Lagrange equations can describe simultaneous interactions of $N$ resonant modes, where $N$ is arbitrary, and lead to equations for the wave spin, which happens to be a $(N^2-1)$-dimensional spin vector. As a special case, classical equations for a Dirac particle $(N=2)$ are deduced formally, without introducing additional postulates or interpretations, from the Dirac quantum Lagrangi...

  13. Dipole-exchange spin waves in magnetic nanomaterials

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    Nguyen, Thi Hoa

    The aim of this thesis is to investigate the dipole-exchange spin waves in several low-dimensional ferromagnetic nanosystems. A microscopic theory is employed based on a Hamiltonian approach and a discrete lattice model. The Hamiltonian includes both the exchange and the magnetic dipole-dipole interactions, as well as the single-ion anisotropy and a Zeeman term for an externally applied magnetic field. Some of the advantages of this microscopic theory over the macroscopic methods are that it is convenient for describing the dynamical properties of samples where the magnetization may be spatially inhomogeneous, and it does not require the specification of phenomenological boundary conditions at the sample surfaces. The spin wave frequencies are obtained by employing a boson operator method with a diagonalization procedure. The spectral intensity, spin wave amplitudes and effective pinning are also studied within a Green function theory. The spin wave properties are first studied for ultrathin ferromagnetic films with simple cubic, body-centered cubic and face-centered cubic lattice structures. Results are deduced for the spin wave frequencies as a function of the in-plane wave vector, the magnetic field applied either parallel or perpendicular to the film surfaces, and the material parameters. The spin wave properties are shown to depend sensitively on the lattice structures in certain wave-vector regimes. Next we carry out spin wave calculations for individual (non-interacting) ferromagnetic stripes or wires. The numerical results are compared with the macroscopic theories and with the experimental data, where available. Then we examine the role of the long-range dipole-dipole interactions between stripes on the spin waves for two different types of stripe arrays. The coupling is found to depend on the array geometry and the direction of the applied field. Comparison of our results with experimental data (e.g., for Permalloy) shows a good agreement, confirming the

  14. A Case Against Spinning PAHs as the Source of the Anomalous Microwave Emission

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    Hensley, Brandon S

    2015-01-01

    We employ the all-sky map of the anomalous microwave emission (AME) produced by component separation of the microwave sky to study correlations between the AME and Galactic dust properties. We find that while the AME is highly correlated with all tracers of dust emission, fluctuations in the AME intensity per dust optical depth are uncorrelated with fluctuations in the emission from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), casting doubt on the association between AME and PAHs. Further, we find that the best predictor of the AME strength is the dust radiance and that the AME intensity increases with increasing radiation field strength, at variance with predictions from the spinning dust hypothesis. A reconsideration of other emission mechanisms, such as magnetic dipole emission, is warranted.

  15. Universal spin-momentum locking of evanescent waves

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    Van Mechelen, Todd

    2015-01-01

    We show the existence of an inherent property of evanescent electromagnetic waves: spin-momentum locking, where the direction of momentum fundamentally locks the polarization of the wave. We trace the ultimate origin of this phenomenon to complex dispersion and causality requirements on evanescent waves. We demonstrate that every case of evanescent waves in total internal reflection, surface states and optical fibers/waveguides possesses this intrinsic spin-momentum locking. We derive the Stokes parameters for evanescent waves which reveal an intriguing result - every fast decaying evanescent wave is inherently circularly polarized with its handedness tied to the direction of propagation. We also show the existence of a fundamental angle associated with total internal reflection (TIR) such that propagating waves locally inherit perfect circular polarized characteristics from the evanescent wave. This circular TIR condition occurs if and only if the ratio of permittivities of the two dielectric media exceeds t...

  16. Anomalous behavior of spectra near phase singularities of focused waves

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    It is shown that remarkable spectral changes take place in the neighborhood of phase singularities near the focus of a converging, spatially fully coherent polychromatic wave diffracted at an aperture. In particular, when the spectrum of the wave in the aperture consists of a single line with a narrow Gaussian profile, the spectrum near a phase singularity (i.e., near points of zero intensity of some particular spectral component) changes drastically along a closed loop around the singularity. The spectrum is redshifted at some points, blueshifted at others, and is split into two lines elsewhere

  17. On the coupling between spinning particles and cosmological gravitational waves

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    Milillo, Irene; Montani, Giovanni

    2008-01-01

    The influence of spin in a system of classical particles on the propagation of gravitational waves is analyzed in the cosmological context of primordial thermal equilibrium. On a flat Friedmann-Robertson-Walker metric, when the precession is neglected, there is no contribution due to the spin to the distribution function of the particles. Adding a small tensor perturbation to the background metric, we study if a coupling between gravitational waves and spin exists that can modify the evolution of the distribution function, leading to new terms in the anisotropic stress, and then to a new source for gravitational waves. In the chosen gauge, the final result is that, in the absence of other kind of perturbations, there is no coupling between spin and gravitational waves.

  18. Spin waves in the block checkerboard antiferromagnetic phase

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    Lu Feng; Dai Xi

    2012-01-01

    Motivated by the discovery of a new family of 122 iron-based superconductors,we present the theoretical results on the ground state phase diagram,spin wave,and dynamic structure factor obtained from the extended J1-J2 Heisenberg model.In the reasonable physical parameter region of K2Fe4Ses,we find that the block checkerboard antiferromagnetic order phase is stable.There are two acoustic spin wave branches and six optical spin wave branches in the block checkerboard antiferromagnetic phase,which have analytic expressions at the high-symmetry points.To further compare the experimental data on neutron scattering,we investigate the saddlepoint structure of the magnetic excitation spectrum and the inelastic neutron scattering pattern based on linear spin wave theory.

  19. An Improved Split-Step Wavelet Transform Method for Anomalous Radio Wave Propagation Modelling

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    A. Iqbal

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Anomalous tropospheric propagation caused by ducting phenomenon is a major problem in wireless communication. Thus, it is important to study the behavior of radio wave propagation in tropospheric ducts. The Parabolic Wave Equation (PWE method is considered most reliable to model anomalous radio wave propagation. In this work, an improved Split Step Wavelet transform Method (SSWM is presented to solve PWE for the modeling of tropospheric propagation over finite and infinite conductive surfaces. A large number of numerical experiments are carried out to validate the performance of the proposed algorithm. Developed algorithm is compared with previously published techniques; Wavelet Galerkin Method (WGM and Split-Step Fourier transform Method (SSFM. A very good agreement is found between SSWM and published techniques. It is also observed that the proposed algorithm is about 18 times faster than WGM and provide more details of propagation effects as compared to SSFM.

  20. Spin waves in ferromagnetic insulators coupled via a normal metal

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    Skarsvâg, Hans; Kapelrud, André; Brataas, Arne

    2014-09-01

    Herein, we study spin-wave dispersion and dissipation in a ferromagnetic insulator-normal metal-ferromagnetic insulator system. Long-range dynamic coupling because of spin pumping and spin transfer lead to collective magnetic excitations in the two thin-film ferromagnets. In addition, the dynamic dipolar field contributes to the interlayer coupling. By solving the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert-Slonczewski equation for macrospin excitations and the exchange-dipole volume as well as surface spin waves, we compute the effect of the dynamic coupling on the resonance frequencies and linewidths of the various modes. The long-wavelength modes may couple acoustically or optically. In the absence of spin-memory loss in the normal metal, the spin-pumping-induced Gilbert damping enhancement of the acoustic mode vanishes, whereas the optical mode acquires a significant Gilbert damping enhancement, comparable to that of a system attached to a perfect spin sink. The dynamic coupling is reduced for short-wavelength spin waves, and there is no synchronization. For intermediate wavelengths, the coupling can be increased by the dipolar field such that the modes in the two ferromagnetic insulators can couple despite possible small frequency asymmetries. The surface waves induced by an easy-axis surface anisotropy exhibit much greater Gilbert damping enhancement. These modes also may acoustically or optically couple, but they are unaffected by thickness asymmetries.

  1. A micro-sized parametric spin-wave amplifier

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    Brächer, Thomas; Heussner, Frank; Pirro, Philipp; Fischer, Tobias; Geilen, Moritz; Heinz, Björn; Lägel, Bert; Serga, Alexander. A.; Hillebrands, Burkard

    2014-01-01

    We present the experimental observation of the localized amplification of externally excited spin waves in a transversely in-plane magnetized Ni$_{81}$Fe$_{19}$ magnonic waveguide by means of parallel pumping. By employing microfocussed Brillouin light scattering spectroscopy, we analyze the dependency of the amplification on the applied pumping power and on the delay between the input spin-wave packet and the pumping pulse. We show that there are two different operation regimes: At large pum...

  2. Spin textures and spin-wave excitations in doped Dirac-Weyl semimetals

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    Araki, Yasufumi; Nomura, Kentaro

    2016-03-01

    We study correlations and magnetic textures of localized spins, doped in three-dimensional Dirac semimetals. An effective field theory for magnetic moments is constructed by integrating out the fermionic degrees of freedom. The spin correlation shows a strong anisotropy, originating from spin-momentum locking of Dirac electrons, in addition to the conventional Heisenberg-like ferromagnetic correlation. The anisotropic spin correlation allows topologically nontrivial magnetic excitation textures such as a transient hedgehog state, as well as the ferromagnetic ground state. The spin-wave dispersion in ferromagnetic Weyl semimetal also becomes anisotropic, being less dispersed perpendicular to the magnetization.

  3. Bumpy Spin-Down of Anomalous X-Ray Pulsars The Link with Magnetars

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    Melatos, A

    1999-01-01

    The two anomalous X-ray pulsars (AXPs) with well-sampled timing histories, 1E 1048.1-5937 and 1E 2259+586, are known to spin down irregularly, with `bumps' superimposed on an overall linear trend. Here we show that if AXPs are non-accreting magnetars, i.e. isolated neutron stars with surface magnetic fields B_0 > 10^{10} T, then they spin down electromagnetically in exactly the manner observed, due to an effect called `radiative precession'. Internal hydromagnetic stresses deform the star, creating a fractional difference epsilon=(I_3-I_1)/I_1 ~ 10^{-8} between the principal moments of inertia I_1 and I_3; the resulting Eulerian precession couples to an oscillating component of the electromagnetic torque associated with the near-zone radiation fields, and the star executes an anharmonic wobble with period tau_pr ~ 2 pi / epsilon Omega(t) ~ 10 yr, where Omega(t) is the rotation frequency as a function of time t. We solve Euler's equations for a biaxial magnet rotating in vacuo; show that the computed Omega(t) ...

  4. Predictability of the Appearance of Anomalous Waves at Sufficiently Small Benjamin-Feir Indices

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    Ruban, V P

    2016-01-01

    The numerical simulation of the nonlinear dynamics of random sea waves at moderately small Benjamin-Feir indices and its comparison with the linear dynamics (at the coincidence of spatial Fourier harmonics near a spectral peak at a certain time $t_p$) indicate that the appearance of a rogue wave can be predicted in advance. If the linear approximation shows the presence of a sufficiently extensive and/or high group of waves in the near future after $t_p$, an anomalous wave is almost necessarily formed in the nonlinear model. The interval of reliable forecasting covers several hundred wave periods, which can be quite sufficient in practice for, e.g., avoiding the meeting of a ship with a giant wave.

  5. Predictability of the appearance of anomalous waves at sufficiently small Benjamin-Feir indices

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    Ruban, V. P.

    2016-05-01

    The numerical simulation of the nonlinear dynamics of random sea waves at sufficiently small Benjamin-Feir indices and its comparison with the linear dynamics (at the coincidence of spatial Fourier harmonics near a spectral peak at a certain time t p) indicate that the appearance of a rogue wave can be predicted in advance. If the linear approximation shows the presence of a sufficiently extensive and/or high group of waves in the near future after t p, an anomalous wave is almost necessarily formed in the nonlinear model. The interval of reliable forecasting covers several hundred wave periods, which can be quite sufficient in practice for, e.g., avoiding the meeting of a ship with a giant wave.

  6. Separated spin-up and spin-down quantum hydrodynamics of degenerated electrons: Spin-electron acoustic wave appearance

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    Andreev, Pavel A.

    2015-03-01

    The quantum hydrodynamic (QHD) model of charged spin-1/2 particles contains physical quantities defined for all particles of a species including particles with spin-up and with spin-down. Different populations of states with different spin directions are included in the spin density (the magnetization). In this paper I derive a QHD model, which separately describes spin-up electrons and spin-down electrons. Hence electrons with different projections of spins on the preferable direction are considered as two different species of particles. It is shown that the numbers of particles with different spin directions do not conserve. Hence the continuity equations contain sources of particles. These sources are caused by the interactions of the spins with the magnetic field. Terms of similar nature arise in the Euler equation. The z projection of the spin density is no longer an independent variable. It is proportional to the difference between the concentrations of the electrons with spin-up and the electrons with spin-down. The propagation of waves in the magnetized plasmas of degenerate electrons is considered. Two regimes for the ion dynamics, the motionless ions and the motion of the degenerate ions as the single species with no account of the spin dynamics, are considered. It is shown that this form of the QHD equations gives all solutions obtained from the traditional form of QHD equations with no distinction of spin-up and spin-down states. But it also reveals a soundlike solution called the spin-electron acoustic wave. Coincidence of most solutions is expected since this derivation was started with the same basic equation: the Pauli equation. Solutions arise due to the different Fermi pressures for the spin-up electrons and the spin-down electrons in the magnetic field. The results are applied to degenerate electron gas of paramagnetic and ferromagnetic metals in the external magnetic field. The dispersion of the spin-electron acoustic waves in the partially spin

  7. Research on the Relation between Anomalous Infrasonic waves and several Earthquakes

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    Zhang, B.

    2013-12-01

    It is well known that earthquakes can generate infrasound signals often detected by infrasound monitoring system. Some of the observations suggest that infrasound with a typical frequency of a few Hz can be generated by vibrating ground surface and propagate at distances of a few thousands kilometers from an earthquake epicenter. In order to receive the anomalous infrasonic waves before earthquakes, we have built three infrasonic monitoring stations in Beijing. And atmospheric pressure is parallel observing at the same time. At first, two infrasonic monitoring equipment was putted in the same station. The data was observed from them has a very good correlation, this means that the performance of the instruments is good. After half a year, three instruments were putted in different stations. Large amounts of data have been acquired and lots of anomalous information has been found before earthquakes, such as Lushan 7.0 earthquake, Okhotsk 8.0 earthquake and Nantou 6.7 earthquake. The anomalous data before three earthquakes is about 7-8days before each earthquake. Moreover, the co-seismic infrasonic waves have been received, which is the similar to seismic wave, so we can know where the earthquake happened through co-seismic infrasonic waves. Using this method, we can inference where the next earthquake will be happened according to the anomalous information. we developed an infrasound generation model for a so-called slow earthquake to show that such kind of earthquake can generate long-period acoustic-gravity waves often observed several days prior to the strong earthquakes. With this model the atmospheric pressure perturbations generated by slow earthquake were calculated, and the occurrence of low frequencies and high amplitudes in the observed signal was explained. A consistency between the results of simulation and observation data indicates that slow earthquake may be a possible source of atmospheric pressure oscillations observed prior to strong earthquakes.

  8. Large spin-wave bullet in a ferrimagnetic insulator driven by spin Hall effect.

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    Jungfleisch, M. B.; Zhang, W.; Sklenar, J.; Ding, J.; Jiang, W.; Chang, Houchen; Fradin, F. Y.; Pearson, J. E.; Ketterson, J. B.; Novosad, V.; Wu, Mingzhong; Hoffmann, A.

    2016-02-01

    Due to its transverse nature, spin Hall effects (SHE) provide the possibility to excite and detect spin currents and magnetization dynamics even in magnetic insulators. Magnetic insulators are outstanding materials for the investigation of nonlinear phenomena and for novel low power spintronics applications because of their extremely low Gilbert damping. Here, we report on the direct imaging of electrically driven spin-torque ferromagnetic resonance (ST-FMR) in the ferrimagnetic insulator Y3Fe5O12 based on the excitation and detection by SHEs. The driven spin dynamics in Y3Fe5O12 is directly imaged by spatially-resolved microfocused Brillouin light scattering (BLS) spectroscopy. Previously, ST-FMR experiments assumed a uniform precession across the sample, which is not valid in our measurements. A strong spin-wave localization in the center of the sample is observed indicating the formation of a nonlinear, self-localized spin-wave `bullet'.

  9. Large Spin-Wave Bullet in a Ferrimagnetic Insulator Driven by the Spin Hall Effect.

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    Jungfleisch, M B; Zhang, W; Sklenar, J; Ding, J; Jiang, W; Chang, H; Fradin, F Y; Pearson, J E; Ketterson, J B; Novosad, V; Wu, M; Hoffmann, A

    2016-02-01

    Because of its transverse nature, spin Hall effects (SHE) provide the possibility to excite and detect spin currents and magnetization dynamics even in magnetic insulators. Magnetic insulators are outstanding materials for the investigation of nonlinear phenomena and for novel low power spintronics applications because of their extremely low Gilbert damping. Here, we report on the direct imaging of electrically driven spin-torque ferromagnetic resonance (ST-FMR) in the ferrimagnetic insulator Y_{3}Fe_{5}O_{12} based on the excitation and detection by SHEs. The driven spin dynamics in Y_{3}Fe_{5}O_{12} is directly imaged by spatially resolved microfocused Brillouin light scattering spectroscopy. Previously, ST-FMR experiments assumed a uniform precession across the sample, which is not valid in our measurements. A strong spin-wave localization in the center of the sample is observed indicating the formation of a nonlinear, self-localized spin-wave "bullet". PMID:26894733

  10. Magnetic susceptibility, exchange interactions and spin-wave spectra in the local spin density approximation

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    Katsnelson, M.I.; Lichtenstein, A.I.

    2004-01-01

    Starting from an exact expression for the dynamical spin susceptibility in the time-dependent density functional theory, a controversial issue regarding exchange interaction parameters and spin-wave excitation spectra of itinerant electron ferromagnets is reconsidered. It is shown that the original

  11. Searching for gravitational waves from compact binaries with precessing spins

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    Harry, Ian; Privitera, Stephen; Bohé, Alejandro; Buonanno, Alessandra

    2016-07-01

    Current searches for gravitational waves from compact-object binaries with the LIGO and Virgo observatories employ waveform models with spins aligned (or antialigned) with the orbital angular momentum. Here, we derive a new statistic to search for compact objects carrying generic (precessing) spins. Applying this statistic, we construct banks of both aligned- and generic-spin templates for binary black holes and neutron star-black hole binaries, and compare the effectualness of these banks towards simulated populations of generic-spin systems. We then use these banks in a pipeline analysis of Gaussian noise to measure the increase in background incurred by using generic- instead of aligned-spin banks. Although the generic-spin banks have roughly a factor of ten more templates than the aligned-spin banks, we find an overall improvement in signal recovery at a fixed false-alarm rate for systems with high-mass ratio and highly precessing spins. This gain in sensitivity comes at a small loss of sensitivity (≲4 %) for systems that are already well covered by aligned-spin templates. Since the observation of even a single binary merger with misaligned spins could provide unique astrophysical insights into the formation of these sources, we recommend that the method described here be developed further to mount a viable search for generic-spin binary mergers in LIGO/Virgo data.

  12. Anomalous attenuation of extraordinary waves in ionosphere heating experiments experimental results of 2000-2001

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    Zabotin, N A; Kovalenko, E S; Frolov, V L; Komrakov, G P; Mityakov, N A; Sergeev, E N

    2001-01-01

    Multiple scattering from artificial random irregularities HF-induced in the ionosphere F region causes significant attenuation of both ordinary and extraordinary radio waves together with the conventional anomalous absorption of ordinary waves due to their conversion into the plasma waves. To study in detail features of this effect, purposeful measurements of the attenuation of weak probing waves of the extraordinary polarization have been performed at the Sura heating facility. Characteristic scale lengths of the involved irregularities are ~0.1-1 km across the geomagnetic field lines. To determine the spectral characteristics of these irregularities from the extraordinary probing wave attenuation measurements, a simple procedure of the inverse problem solving has been implemented and some conclusions about the artificial irregularity features have been drawn. Theory and details of experiments have been stated earlier. This paper reports results of two experimental campaigns carried out in August 2000 and Ju...

  13. Anomalous Refraction of Acoustic Guided Waves in Solids with Geometrically Tapered Metasurfaces

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    Zhu, Hongfei; Semperlotti, Fabio

    2016-07-01

    The concept of a metasurface opens new exciting directions to engineer the refraction properties in both optical and acoustic media. Metasurfaces are typically designed by assembling arrays of subwavelength anisotropic scatterers able to mold incoming wave fronts in rather unconventional ways. The concept of a metasurface was pioneered in photonics and later extended to acoustics while its application to the propagation of elastic waves in solids is still relatively unexplored. We investigate the design of acoustic metasurfaces to control elastic guided waves in thin-walled structural elements. These engineered discontinuities enable the anomalous refraction of guided wave modes according to the generalized Snell's law. The metasurfaces are made out of locally resonant toruslike tapers enabling an accurate phase shift of the incoming wave, which ultimately affects the refraction properties. We show that anomalous refraction can be achieved on transmitted antisymmetric modes (A0) either when using a symmetric (S0) or antisymmetric (A0) incident wave, the former clearly involving mode conversion. The same metasurface design also allows achieving structure embedded planar focal lenses and phase masks for nonparaxial propagation.

  14. Piercing the Vainshtein screen with anomalous gravitational wave speed: Constraints on modified gravity from binary pulsars

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    Beltrán Jiménez, Jose; Piazza, Federico; Velten, Hermano

    2016-01-01

    International audience By using observations of the Hulse-Taylor pulsar we constrain the gravitational wave (GW) speed to the level of 10 −2. We apply this result to scalar-tensor theories that generalize Galileon 4 and 5 models, which display anomalous propagation speed and coupling to matter for GWs. We argue that this effect survives conventional screening due to the persistence of a scalar field gradient inside virialized overdensities, which effectively " pierces " the Vainshtein scre...

  15. Anomalous Polarization-Curvature Interaction in a Gravitational-Wave Field

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    Balakin, Alexander; Kurbanova, Veronika

    2004-01-01

    An exact solution to the dynamic equations for a massive boson traveling in a pp-wave gravitational background under the influence of the force induced by curvature, is presented. We focus on the effect of anomalous polarization-curvature interaction and consider models in which the coupling constant of such an interaction is treated to be either a deterministic quantity or a random variable.

  16. Convective cell formation and anomalous diffusion due to electromagnetic drift wave turbulence

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    Convective cell formation and spectral cascade processes due to gravitational drift Alfven waves are studied using a new type of model equation. Conservation relations are derived and explosive instability is found for systems near marginal finite β stability. This instability also remains when the effects of poor as well as favorable curvature regions are included, i.e., for ballooning modes. The anomalous diffusion due to convective cells and quasi-linear effects are compared

  17. MHD tidal waves on a spinning magnetic compact star

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    Lou, Yu-Qing

    2004-01-01

    In an X-ray binary system, the companion star feeds the compact neutron star with plasma materials via accretions. The spinning neutron star is likely covered with a thin "magnetized ocean" and may support {\\it magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) tidal waves}. While modulating the thermal properties of the ocean, MHD tidal waves periodically shake the base of the stellar magnetosphere that traps energetic particles, including radiating relativistic electrons. For a radio pulsar, MHD tidal waves in the ...

  18. Frequency shift of spin waves in tunnel-junction spin-transfer nano-oscillators

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    Rodríguez-Suárez, R. L.; Matos-Abiague, A.; Azevedo, A.; Rezende, S. M.

    2010-10-01

    The excitations of microwave spin waves in magnetic tunnel junctions are theoretically investigated. An analytical approach which describes the dependence of the microwave precession frequency on the applied voltage is developed. It is shown that the spin-wave frequency is directly related to both the in-plane and perpendicular spin-transfer torques. In the low field regime the perpendicular torque can induce changes in the slope of the oscillation frequency versus applied voltage (df/dv) from negative (redshift) to positive (blueshift) values.

  19. Anomalous wave structure in magnetized materials described by non-convex equations of state

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    Serna, Susana, E-mail: serna@mat.uab.es [Departament de Matematiques, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 08193 Bellaterra, Barcelona (Spain); Marquina, Antonio, E-mail: marquina@uv.es [Departamento de Matematicas, Universidad de Valencia, 46100 Burjassot, Valencia (Spain)

    2014-01-15

    We analyze the anomalous wave structure appearing in flow dynamics under the influence of magnetic field in materials described by non-ideal equations of state. We consider the system of magnetohydrodynamics equations closed by a general equation of state (EOS) and propose a complete spectral decomposition of the fluxes that allows us to derive an expression of the nonlinearity factor as the mathematical tool to determine the nature of the wave phenomena. We prove that the possible formation of non-classical wave structure is determined by both the thermodynamic properties of the material and the magnetic field as well as its possible rotation. We demonstrate that phase transitions induced by material properties do not necessarily imply the loss of genuine nonlinearity of the wavefields as is the case in classical hydrodynamics. The analytical expression of the nonlinearity factor allows us to determine the specific amount of magnetic field necessary to prevent formation of complex structure induced by phase transition in the material. We illustrate our analytical approach by considering two non-convex EOS that exhibit phase transitions and anomalous behavior in the evolution. We present numerical experiments validating the analysis performed through a set of one-dimensional Riemann problems. In the examples we show how to determine the appropriate amount of magnetic field in the initial conditions of the Riemann problem to transform a thermodynamic composite wave into a simple nonlinear wave.

  20. Anomalous wave structure in magnetized materials described by non-convex equations of state

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    We analyze the anomalous wave structure appearing in flow dynamics under the influence of magnetic field in materials described by non-ideal equations of state. We consider the system of magnetohydrodynamics equations closed by a general equation of state (EOS) and propose a complete spectral decomposition of the fluxes that allows us to derive an expression of the nonlinearity factor as the mathematical tool to determine the nature of the wave phenomena. We prove that the possible formation of non-classical wave structure is determined by both the thermodynamic properties of the material and the magnetic field as well as its possible rotation. We demonstrate that phase transitions induced by material properties do not necessarily imply the loss of genuine nonlinearity of the wavefields as is the case in classical hydrodynamics. The analytical expression of the nonlinearity factor allows us to determine the specific amount of magnetic field necessary to prevent formation of complex structure induced by phase transition in the material. We illustrate our analytical approach by considering two non-convex EOS that exhibit phase transitions and anomalous behavior in the evolution. We present numerical experiments validating the analysis performed through a set of one-dimensional Riemann problems. In the examples we show how to determine the appropriate amount of magnetic field in the initial conditions of the Riemann problem to transform a thermodynamic composite wave into a simple nonlinear wave

  1. Anomalous shear wave attenuation in the shallow crust beneath the Coso volcanic regionn, California ( USA).

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    Sanders, C.; Ho-Liu, P.; Rinn, D.; Hiroo, Kanamori

    1988-01-01

    We use seismograms of local earthquakes to image relative shear wave attenuation structure in the shallow crust beneath the region containing the Coso volcanic-geothermal area of E California. Seismograms of 16 small earthquakes show SV amplitudes which are greatly diminished at some azimuths and takeoff angles, indicating strong lateral variations in S wave attenuation in the area. 3-D images of the relative S wave attenuation structure are obtained from forward modeling and a back projection inversion of the amplitude data. The results indicate regions within a 20 by 30 by 10 km volume of the shallow crust (one shallower than 5 km) that severely attenuate SV waves passing through them. These anomalies lie beneath the Indian Wells Valley, 30 km S of the Coso volcanic field, and are coincident with the epicentral locations of recent earthquake swarms. No anomalous attenuation is seen beneath the Coso volcanic field above about 5 km depth. Geologic relations and the coincidence of anomalously slow P wave velocities suggest that the attenuation anomalies may be related to magmatism along the E Sierra front.-from Authors

  2. Scattering of a Spin-Polarized Neutral Fermion with the Anomalous Magnetic Moment in AN Aharonov-Casher Configuration

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    Khalilov, V. R.

    The scattering of a nonrelativistic neutral massive fermion having the anomalous magnetic moment (AMM) in an electric field of a uniformly charged long conducting thread aligned perpendicularly to the fermion motion is considered to study the so-called Aharonov-Casher (AC) effect by taking into account the particle spin. For this solution, the nonrelativistic Dirac-Pauli equation for a neutral massive fermion with AMM in (3+1) dimensions is found, which takes into account explicitly the particle spin and interaction between AMM of moving fermion and the electric field. Expressions for the scattering amplitude and the cross-section are obtained for spin-polarized massive neutral fermion scattered off the above conducting thread. We conclude that the scattering amplitude and cross-section of spin-polarized massive neutral fermions are influenced by the interaction of AMM of moving neutral fermions with the electric field as well as by the polarization of fermion beam in the initial state.

  3. Nanometer-scale probing of spin waves using single electron spins

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    van der Sar, Toeno; Casola, Francesco; Walsworth, Ronald; Yacoby, Amir

    2015-05-01

    We have developed a new approach to exploring magnetic excitations in correlated-electron systems, based on single electronic spins in atom-like defects diamond known as nitrogen-vacancy (NV) color centers. We demonstrate the power of this approach by detecting spin-wave excitations in a ferromagnetic microdisc with nanoscale spatial sensitivity over a broad range of frequencies and magnetic fields. We show how spin-wave resonances can be exploited for on-chip amplification of microwave magnetic fields, allowing strongly increased spin manipulation rates and single-spin magnetometry with enhanced sensitivity. Finally, we show the possibility to detect the magnetic spin noise produced by a thin (~ 30 nm) layer of a patterned ferromagnet. For the interpretation of our results, we develop a general framework describing single-spin stray field detection in terms of a filter function sensitive mostly to spin fluctuations with wavevector ~ 1 / d , where d is the NV-ferromagnet distance. Our results pave the way towards quantitative and non-perturbative detection of spectral properties in nanomagnets, establishing NV center magnetometry as an emergent probe of collective spin dynamics in condensed matter.

  4. Highly retrievable spin-wave-photon entanglement source.

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    Yang, Sheng-Jun; Wang, Xu-Jie; Li, Jun; Rui, Jun; Bao, Xiao-Hui; Pan, Jian-Wei

    2015-05-29

    Entanglement between a single photon and a quantum memory forms the building blocks for a quantum repeater and quantum network. Previous entanglement sources are typically with low retrieval efficiency, which limits future larger-scale applications. Here, we report a source of highly retrievable spin-wave-photon entanglement. Polarization entanglement is created through interaction of a single photon with an ensemble of atoms inside a low-finesse ring cavity. The cavity is engineered to be resonant for dual spin-wave modes, which thus enables efficient retrieval of the spin-wave qubit. An intrinsic retrieval efficiency up to 76(4)% has been observed. Such a highly retrievable atom-photon entanglement source will be very useful in future larger-scale quantum repeater and quantum network applications.

  5. Spin waves in antiferromagnetically coupled bimetallic oxalates.

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    Reis, Peter L; Fishman, Randy S

    2009-01-01

    Bimetallic oxalates are molecule-based magnets with transition-metal ions M(II) and M(')(III) arranged on an open honeycomb lattice. Performing a Holstein-Primakoff expansion, we obtain the spin-wave spectrum of antiferromagnetically coupled bimetallic oxalates as a function of the crystal-field angular momentum L(2) and L(3) on the M(II) and M(')(III) sites. Our results are applied to the Fe(II)Mn(III), Ni(II)Mn(III) and V(II)V(III) bimetallic oxalates, where the spin-wave gap varies from 0 meV for quenched angular momentum to as high as 15 meV. The presence or absence of magnetic compensation appears to have no effect on the spin-wave gap. PMID:21817242

  6. Separated spin evolution quantum hydrodynamics of degenerated electrons with spin-orbit interaction and extraordinary wave spectrum

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    Andreev, Pavel A

    2016-01-01

    To consider a contribution of the spin-orbit interaction in the extraordinary wave spectrum we derive a generalization of the separate spin evolution quantum hydrodynamics. Applying corresponding nonlinear Pauli equation we include Fermi spin current contribution in the spin evolution. We find that the spectrum of extraordinary waves consists of three branches: two of them are well-known extraordinary waves and the third one is the spin-electron acoustic wave (SEAW). Earlier SEAWs have been considered in the electrostatic limit. Here we include the electromagnetic effects in their spectrum at the propagation perpendicular to the external magnetic field. We find that the SEAW spectrum considerably changes at the account of transverse part of electric field. We obtain that the separate spin evolution modifies spectrum of the well-known extraordinary waves either. A change of the extraordinary wave spectrum due to the spin-orbit interaction is obtained as well.

  7. Fermi surface versus Fermi sea contributions to intrinsic anomalous and spin Hall effects of multiorbital metals in the presence of Coulomb interaction and spin-Coulomb drag

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    Arakawa, Naoya

    2016-06-01

    Anomalous Hall effect (AHE) and spin Hall effect (SHE) are fundamental phenomena, and their potential for application is great. However, we understand the interaction effects unsatisfactorily, and should have clarified issues about the roles of the Fermi sea term and Fermi surface term of the conductivity of the intrinsic AHE or SHE of an interacting multiorbital metal and about the effects of spin-Coulomb drag on the intrinsic SHE. Here, we resolve the first issue and provide the first step about the second issue by developing a general formalism in the linear response theory with appropriate approximations and using analytic arguments. The most striking result is that even without impurities, the Fermi surface term, a non-Berry-curvature term, plays dominant roles at high or slightly low temperatures. In particular, this Fermi surface term causes the temperature dependence of the dc anomalous Hall or spin Hall conductivity due to the interaction-induced quasiparticle damping and the correction of the dc spin Hall conductivity due to the spin-Coulomb drag. Those results revise our understanding of the intrinsic AHE and SHE. We also find that the differences between the dc anomalous Hall and longitudinal conductivities arise from the difference in the dominant multiband excitations. This not only explains why the Fermi sea term such as the Berry-curvature term becomes important in clean and low-temperature case only for interband transports, but also provides the useful principles on treating the electron-electron interaction in an interacting multiorbital metal for general formalism of transport coefficients. Several correspondences between our results and experiments are finally discussed.

  8. Hierarchical wave function, Fock cyclic condition and spin-statistics relation in the spin-singlet fractional quantum Hall effect

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    Li, Dingping

    1993-01-01

    We construct the hierarchical wave function of the spin-singlet fractional quantum Hall effect, which turns out to satisfy Fock cyclic condition. The spin-statistics relation of the quasi-particles in the spin-singlet fractional quantum Hall effect is also discussed. Then we use particle-hole conjugation to check the wave function.

  9. Wave Sources, Energy Propagation and Conversion for Anomalous Rossby Wave Activities Along the West Asian Jet Stream

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    YANG Lianmei; Zhang Qingyun

    2009-01-01

    Characteristics of the wave sources, energy propagation and conversion for anomalous Rossby wave activ- ities (RWAs) along the West Asian jet stream (WAJS) in summer are examined based on the NCEP/NCAR (National Centers for Environmental Prediction/National Center for Atmospheric Research) reanaiysis data from 1958 to 2003, using the vorticity source equation, the Eliassen-Palm (EP) flux, and the wave energy equation under diabatic heating. The study aims to find the dynamical causes for RWA anomalies along the WAJS and to improve the understanding of mid-high latitude circulation anomalies. The results show that the negative vorticity source and the strong EP flux divergence over the Mediterranean Sea and the North Atlantic - Scandinavian Peninsula area act as the wave sources for RWA anomalies along the WAJS. When the intensity and position of the wave sources are anomalous, the excited eastward-propagating RWA along the WAJS also behaves anomalously. In strong (weak) years of RWA, Rossby waves excited by the strong divergence of EP fluxes over the Iceland - Scandinavian Peninsula area (east to the Scandinavian Peninsula) propagate eastward and southeastward. The eastward propagating waves become strengthened (weakened) after turning southeastward near the Ural Mountains and then entering the Asian subtropi- cal westerly jet stream (ASWJS) over the Caspian Sea-Aral Sea-Xinjiang. The southeastward propagating waves also strengthen (weaken) after directly entering the ASWJS over the eastern Mediterranean-the Black Sea. Furthermore, the divergence of EP fluxes over the Mediterranean also strengthens (weakens) in the strong (weak) years, so they jointly bring about the strong (weak) RWA along the WAJS. Finally, the pertur- bation available potential energy (PAPE) along the WAJS (15°-60°E) produced by diabatic heating, is far greater than the conversion from the kinetic energy of the basic flow into the perturbation kinetic energy and from the available potential

  10. Lagrangian geometrical optics of nonadiabatic vector waves and spin particles

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    Ruiz, D. E.; Dodin, I. Y.

    2015-10-01

    Linear vector waves, both quantum and classical, experience polarization-driven bending of ray trajectories and polarization dynamics that can be interpreted as the precession of the "wave spin". Both phenomena are governed by an effective gauge Hamiltonian vanishing in leading-order geometrical optics. This gauge Hamiltonian can be recognized as a generalization of the Stern-Gerlach Hamiltonian that is commonly known for spin-1/2 quantum particles. The corresponding reduced Lagrangians for continuous nondissipative waves and their geometrical-optics rays are derived from the fundamental wave Lagrangian. The resulting Euler-Lagrange equations can describe simultaneous interactions of N resonant modes, where N is arbitrary, and lead to equations for the wave spin, which happens to be an (N2 - 1)-dimensional spin vector. As a special case, classical equations for a Dirac particle (N = 2) are deduced formally, without introducing additional postulates or interpretations, from the Dirac quantum Lagrangian with the Pauli term. The model reproduces the Bargmann-Michel-Telegdi equations with added Stern-Gerlach force.

  11. Lagrangian geometrical optics of nonadiabatic vector waves and spin particles

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    Ruiz, D. E. [Princeton Univ., NJ (United States). Dept. of Astrophysical Sciences; Dodin, I. Y. [Princeton Univ., NJ (United States). Dept. of Astrophysical Sciences

    2015-10-01

    Linear vector waves, both quantum and classical, experience polarization-driven bending of ray trajectories and polarization dynamics that can be interpreted as the precession of the "wave spin". Both phenomena are governed by an effective gauge Hamiltonian vanishing in leading-order geometrical optics. This gauge Hamiltonian can be recognized as a generalization of the Stern-Gerlach Hamiltonian that is commonly known for spin-1/2 quantum particles. The corresponding reduced Lagrangians for continuous nondissipative waves and their geometrical-optics rays are derived from the fundamental wave Lagrangian. The resulting Euler-Lagrange equations can describe simultaneous interactions of N resonant modes, where N is arbitrary, and lead to equations for the wave spin, which happens to be an (N-2 - 1)-dimensional spin vector. As a special case, classical equations for a Dirac particle (N = 2) are deduced formally, without introducing additional postulates or interpretations, from the Dirac quantum Lagrangian with the Pauli term. The model reproduces the Bargmann-Michel-Telegdi equations with added Stern-Gerlach force. (C) 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  12. Interaction of runaway electrons with lower hybrid waves via anomalous Doppler broadening

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    Martín-Solís, J. R.; Sánchez, R.; Esposito, B.

    2002-05-01

    Due to the relativistic decrease of the electron cyclotron frequency, a cyclotron resonance may appear between runaway electrons and lower hybrid waves. A single particle description of the runaway dynamics [J. R. Martín-Solís et al., Phys. Plasmas 5, 2370 (1998)] is extended to analyze the effect of the interaction of runaway electrons with lower hybrid waves via anomalous Doppler broadening. The conditions under which the resonant interaction can play a role in limiting the runaway energy are established and it is shown that, under typical lower hybrid current drive operation parameters, an efficient wave-particle coupling may occur. Observations of a fast pitch angle scattering event during the current decay phase of Ohmic discharges in the Toroidal Experiment for Technically Oriented Research (TEXTOR) [R. J. E. Jaspers, Ph.D. thesis, Technical University Eindhoven (1995)] are interpreted in terms of such interaction.

  13. Searching for Gravitational Waves from Compact Binaries with Precessing Spins

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    Harry, Ian; Bohé, Alejandro; Buonanno, Alessandra

    2016-01-01

    Current searches for gravitational waves from compact-object binaries with the LIGO and Virgo observatories employ waveform models with spins aligned (or anti-aligned) with the orbital angular momentum. Here, we derive a new statistic to search for compact objects carrying generic (precessing) spins. Applying this statistic, we construct banks of both aligned- and generic-spin templates for binary black holes and neutron-star--black-hole binaries, and compare the effectualness of these banks towards simulated populations of generic-spin systems. We then use these banks in a pipeline analysis of Gaussian noise to measure the increase in background incurred by using generic- instead of aligned-spin banks. Although the generic-spin banks have a factor of ten to twenty more templates than the aligned-spin banks, we find an overall improvement in signal recovery at fixed false-alarm rate for systems with high-mass ratio and highly precessing spins ---up to 60\\% for neutron-star--black-hole mergers. This gain in se...

  14. Magnetic susceptibility, exchange interactions and spin-wave spectra in the local spin density approximation

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    Katsnelson, M. I.; Lichtenstein, A. I.

    2004-01-01

    Starting from an exact expression for the dynamical spin susceptibility in the time-dependent density functional theory, a controversial issue regarding exchange interaction parameters and spin-wave excitation spectra of itinerant electron ferromagnets is reconsidered. It is shown that the original expressions for exchange integrals based on the magnetic force theorem (Liechtenstein et al 1984 J. Phys. F: Met. Phys. 14L125) are optimal for calculations of the magnon spectrum, whereas the stat...

  15. Gravitational waves from spinning eccentric binaries

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    Csizmadia, Péter; Rácz, István; Vasúth, Mátyás

    2012-01-01

    This paper is to introduce a new software called CBwaves which provides a fast and accurate computational tool to determine the gravitational waveforms yielded by generic spinning binaries of neutron stars and/or black holes on eccentric orbits. This is done within the post-Newtonian (PN) framework by integrating the equations of motion and the spin precession equations while the radiation field is determined by a simultaneous evaluation of the analytic waveforms. In applying CBwaves various physically interesting scenarios have been investigated. In particular, we have studied the appropriateness of the adiabatic approximation, and justified that the energy balance relation is indeed insensitive to the specific form of the applied radiation reaction term. By studying eccentric binary systems it is demonstrated that circular template banks are very ineffective in identifying binaries even if they possess tiny residual orbital eccentricity. In addition, by investigating the validity of the energy balance relat...

  16. Motion and gravitational wave forms of eccentric compact binaries with orbital-angular-momentum-aligned spins under next-to-leading order in spin-orbit and leading order in spin(1)-spin(2) and spin-squared couplings

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    Tessmer, M; Hartung, J; Schaefer, G, E-mail: m.tessmer@uni-jena.d [Theoretisch-Physikalisches Institut, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet Jena, Max-Wien-Platz 1, 07743 Jena (Germany)

    2010-08-21

    A quasi-Keplerian parameterization for the solutions of second post-Newtonian (PN) accurate equations of motion for spinning compact binaries is obtained including leading order spin-spin and next-to-leading order spin-orbit interactions. Rotational deformation of the compact objects is incorporated. For arbitrary mass ratios the spin orientations are taken to be parallel or anti-parallel to the orbital angular momentum vector. The emitted gravitational wave forms are given in analytic form up to 2PN point particle, 1.5PN spin-orbit and 1PN spin-spin contributions, whereby the spins are assumed to be of 0PN order.

  17. Electrical measurement of spin-wave interactions of proximate spin transfer nanooscillators.

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    Pufall, M R; Rippard, W H; Russek, S E; Kaka, S; Katine, J A

    2006-08-25

    We have investigated the interaction mechanism between two nanocontact spin transfer oscillators made on the same magnetic spin valve multilayer. The oscillators phase lock when their precession frequencies are made similar, and a giant magnetoresistance signal is detectable at one contact due to precession at the other. Cutting the magnetic mesa between the contacts with a focused-ion beam modifies the contact outputs, eliminates the phase locking, and strongly attenuates the magnetoresistance coupling, which indicates that spin waves rather than magnetic fields are the primary interaction mechanism. PMID:17026331

  18. User-friendly software for modeling collective spin wave excitations

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    Hahn, Steven; Peterson, Peter; Fishman, Randy; Ehlers, Georg

    There exists a great need for user-friendly, integrated software that assists in the scientific analysis of collective spin wave excitations measured with inelastic neutron scattering. SpinWaveGenie is a C + + software library that simplifies the modeling of collective spin wave excitations, allowing scientists to analyze neutron scattering data with sophisticated models fast and efficiently. Furthermore, one can calculate the four-dimensional scattering function S(Q,E) to directly compare and fit calculations to experimental measurements. Its generality has been both enhanced and verified through successful modeling of a wide array of magnetic materials. Recently, we have spent considerable effort transforming SpinWaveGenie from an early prototype to a high quality free open source software package for the scientific community. S.E.H. acknowledges support by the Laboratory's Director's fund, ORNL. Work was sponsored by the Division of Scientific User Facilities, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, US Department of Energy, under Contract No. DE-AC05-00OR22725 with UT-Battelle, LLC.

  19. Brillouin scattering of light by spin waves in ferromagnetic nanorods

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    We report the investigations of spin wave modes of arrays of Ni and Co nanorods using Brillouin light scattering. We have revealed the significant influence of spin wave modes along the nanorod axis in contrast to infinite magnetic nanowires. Unusual optical properties featuring an inverted Stokes/anti-Stokes asymmetry of the Brillouin scattering spectra have been observed. The spectrum of spin wave modes in the nanorod array has been calculated and compared with the experiment. Experimental observations are explained in terms of a combined numerical–analytical approach taking into account both the low aspect ratio of individual magnetic nanorods and dipolar magnetic coupling between the nanorods in the array. The optical studies of spin-wave modes in nanorod metamaterials with low aspect ratio nanorods have revealed new magnetic and magneto-optical properties compared to continuous magnetic films or infinite magnetic nanowires. Such magnetic artificial materials are important class of active metamaterials needed for prospective data storage and signal processing applications.

  20. A dual-isotope rubidium comagnetometer to search for anomalous long-range spin-mass (spin-gravity) couplings of the proton

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    Kimball, Derek F.J.; Lacey, Ian; Valdez, Julian; Swiatlowski, Jerlyn; Rios, Cesar; Peregrina-Ramirez, Rodrigo; Montcrieffe, Caitlin; Kremer, Jackie; Dudley, Jordan; Sanchez, C. [Department of Physics, California State University - East Bay, Hayward, California, 94542-3084 (United States)

    2013-07-15

    The experimental concept of a search for a long-range coupling between rubidium (Rb) nuclear spins and the mass of the Earth is described. The experiment is based on simultaneous measurement of the spin precession frequencies for overlapping ensembles of {sup 85}Rb and {sup 87}Rb atoms contained within an evacuated, antirelaxation-coated vapor cell. Rubidium atoms are spin-polarized in the presence of an applied magnetic field by synchronous optical pumping with circularly polarized laser light. Spin precession is probed by measuring optical rotation of far-off-resonant, linearly polarized laser light. Simultaneous measurement of {sup 85}Rb and {sup 87}Rb spin precession frequencies enables suppression of magnetic-field-related systematic effects. The nuclear structure of the Rb isotopes makes the experiment particularly sensitive to anomalous spin-dependent interactions of the proton. Experimental sensitivity and a variety of systematic effects are discussed, and initial data are presented. (copyright 2013 by WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH and Co. KGaA, Weinheim)

  1. Anomalous width variation of rarefactive ion acoustic solitary waves in the context of auroral plasmas

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    S. S. Ghosh

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available The presence of dynamic, large amplitude solitary waves in the auroral regions of space is well known. Since their velocities are of the order of the ion acoustic speed, they may well be considered as being generated from the nonlinear evolution of ion acoustic waves. However, they do not show the expected width-amplitude correlation for K-dV solitons. Recent POLAR observations have actually revealed that the low altitude rarefactive ion acoustic solitary waves are associated with an increase in the width with increasing amplitude. This indicates that a weakly nonlinear theory is not appropriate to describe the solitary structures in the auroral regions. In the present work, a fully nonlinear analysis based on Sagdeev pseudopotential technique has been adopted for both parallel and oblique propagation of rarefactive solitary waves in a two electron temperature multi-ion plasma. The large amplitude solutions have consistently shown an increase in the width with increasing amplitude. The width-amplitude variation profile of obliquely propagating rarefactive solitary waves in a magnetized plasma have been compared with the recent POLAR observations. The width-amplitude variation pattern is found to fit well with the analytical results. It indicates that a fully nonlinear theory of ion acoustic solitary waves may well explain the observed anomalous width variations of large amplitude structures in the auroral region.

  2. Spin waves in terbium. III. Magnetic anisotropy at zero wave vector

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    Houmann, Jens Christian Gylden; Jensen, J.; Touborg, P.

    1975-01-01

    The energy gap at zero wave vector in the spin-wave dispersion relation of ferromagnetic. Tb has been studied by inelastic neutron scattering. The energy was measured as a function of temperature and applied magnetic field, and the dynamic anisotropy parameters were deduced from the results. The ...

  3. Integrable open spin chain in super Yang-Mills and the plane-wave/SYM duality

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    Chen, Bin; Wang, Xiao-Jun; Wu, Yong-Shi

    2004-02-01

    We investigate the integrable structures in an Script N = 2 superconformal Sp(N) Yang-Mills theory with matter, which is dual to an open+closed string system. We restrict ourselves to the BMN operators that correspond to free string states. In the closed string sector, an integrable structure is inherited from its parent theory, Script N = 4 SYM. For the open string sector, the planar one-loop mixing matrix for gauge invariant holomorphic scalar operators is identified with the hamiltonian of an integrable SU(3) open spin chain. Using the K-matrix formalism we identify the integrable open-chain boundary conditions that correspond to string boundary conditions. The solutions to the algebraic Bethe ansatz equations (ABAE) with a few impurities are shown to recover the anomalous dimensions that exactly match the spectrum of free open string in the plane-wave background. We also discuss the properties of the solutions of ABAE beyond the BMN regime.

  4. Integrable Open Spin Chain in Super Yang-Mills and the Plane-wave/SYM duality

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    Chen, B; Wu, Y S; Chen, Bin; Wang, Xiao-Jun; Wu, Yong-Shi

    2004-01-01

    We investigate the integrable structures in an N=2 superconfomal Sp(N) Yang-Mills theory with matter, which is dual to an open+closed string system. We restrict ourselves to the BMN operators that correspond to free string states. In the closed string sector, an integrable structure is inherited from its parent theory, N=4 SYM. For the open string sector, the planar one-loop mixing matrix for gauge invariant holomorphic operators is identified with the Hamiltonian of an integrable SU(3) open spin chain. Using the K-matrix formalism we identify the integrable open-chain boundary conditions that correspond to string boundary conditions. The solutions to the algebraic Bethe ansatz equations (ABAE) with a few impurities are shown to recover the anomalous dimensions that exactly match the spectrum of free open string in the plane-wave background. We also discuss the properties of the solutions of ABAE beyond the BMN regime.

  5. Zero-temperature spin-wave damping in a spin-polarized Fermi liquid

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    We have measured the temperature and polarization dependence of the spin-wave damping and spin diffusion coefficient in a saturated 3He-4He mixture with a concentration of 9.4% at a pressure of 8 bars. A Leiden dilution refrigerator has been used to enhance the nuclear polarization and to cool the mixture to temperatures in the range 10-15 mK. The maximum polarization is 3.4 times higher than the equilibrium value of 2.7% in an external magnetic field of 11.36 T. The effects of the dipolar interactions and the radiation damping have been taken into account in the analysis of the spin-wave spectra. We observe that the polarization dependence of the spin-wave damping is proportional to T2+A2Ta02 where T is the temperature, A is the polarization enhancement factor, and Ta0 is the anisotropy temperature for the mixture at equilibrium in the external field. Our result Ta0=3.66±0.14 mK is 30% higher than the theoretical prediction for very dilute mixtures and is evidence for the existence of polarization-induced relaxation of transverse spin currents

  6. Acoustic spin pumping in magnetoelectric bulk acoustic wave resonator

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    Polzikova, N. I.; Alekseev, S. G.; Pyataikin, I. I.; Kotelyanskii, I. M.; Luzanov, V. A.; Orlov, A. P.

    2016-05-01

    We present the generation and detection of spin currents by using magnetoelastic resonance excitation in a magnetoelectric composite high overtone bulk acoustic wave (BAW) resonator (HBAR) formed by a Al-ZnO-Al-GGG-YIG-Pt structure. Transversal BAW drives magnetization oscillations in YIG film at a given resonant magnetic field, and the resonant magneto-elastic coupling establishes the spin-current generation at the Pt/YIG interface. Due to the inverse spin Hall effect (ISHE) this BAW-driven spin current is converted to a dc voltage in the Pt layer. The dependence of the measured voltage both on magnetic field and frequency has a resonant character. The voltage is determined by the acoustic power in HBAR and changes its sign upon magnetic field reversal. We compare the experimentally observed amplitudes of the ISHE electrical field achieved by our method and other approaches to spin current generation that use surface acoustic waves and microwave resonators for ferromagnetic resonance excitation, with the theoretically expected values.

  7. Acoustic spin pumping in magnetoelectric bulk acoustic wave resonator

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    N. I. Polzikova

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available We present the generation and detection of spin currents by using magnetoelastic resonance excitation in a magnetoelectric composite high overtone bulk acoustic wave (BAW resonator (HBAR formed by a Al-ZnO-Al-GGG-YIG-Pt structure. Transversal BAW drives magnetization oscillations in YIG film at a given resonant magnetic field, and the resonant magneto-elastic coupling establishes the spin-current generation at the Pt/YIG interface. Due to the inverse spin Hall effect (ISHE this BAW-driven spin current is converted to a dc voltage in the Pt layer. The dependence of the measured voltage both on magnetic field and frequency has a resonant character. The voltage is determined by the acoustic power in HBAR and changes its sign upon magnetic field reversal. We compare the experimentally observed amplitudes of the ISHE electrical field achieved by our method and other approaches to spin current generation that use surface acoustic waves and microwave resonators for ferromagnetic resonance excitation, with the theoretically expected values.

  8. Semiclassical wave packet study of anomalous isotope effect in ozone formation.

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    Vetoshkin, Evgeny; Babikov, Dmitri

    2007-10-21

    We applied the semiclassical initial value representation method to calculate energies, lifetimes, and wave functions of scattering resonances in a two-dimensional potential for O+O2 collision. Such scattering states represent the metastable O3* species and play a central role in the process of ozone formation. Autocorrelation functions for scattering states were computed and then analyzed using the Prony method, which permits one to extract accurate energies and widths of the resonances. We found that the results of the semiclassical wave packet propagation agree well with fully quantum results. The focus was on the 16O16O18O isotopomer and the anomalous isotope effect associated with formation of this molecule, either through the 16O16O+18O or the 16O+16O18O channels. An interesting correlation between the local vibration mode character of the metastable states and their lifetimes was observed and explained. New insight is obtained into the mechanism by which the long-lived resonances in the delta zero-point energy part of spectrum produce the anomalously large isotope effect.

  9. Quark fragmentation into spin-triplet $S$-wave quarkonium

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    Bodwin, Geoffrey T; Kim, U-Rae; Lee, Jungil

    2014-01-01

    We compute fragmentation functions for a quark to fragment to a quarkonium through an $S$-wave spin-triplet heavy quark-antiquark pair. We consider both color-singlet and color-octet heavy quark-antiquark ($Q\\bar Q$) pairs. We give results for the case in which the fragmenting quark and the quark that is a constituent of the quarkonium have different flavors and for the case in which these quarks have the same flavors. Our results for the sum over all spin polarizations of the $Q\\bar Q$ pairs confirm previous results. Our results for longitudinally polarized $Q\\bar Q$ pairs are new.

  10. Micro-focused Brillouin light scattering: imaging spin waves at the nanoscale

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    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Spin waves constitute an important part of research in the field of magnetization dynamics. Spin waves are the elementary excitations of the spin system in a magnetically ordered material state and magnons are their quasi particles. In the following article, we will discuss the optical method of Brillouin light scattering (BLS spectroscopy which is a now a well established tool for the characterization of spin waves. BLS is the inelastic scattering of light from spin waves and confers several benefits: the ability to map the spin wave intensity distribution with spatial resolution and high sensitivity as well as the potential to simultaneously measure the frequency and the wave vector and, therefore, the dispersion properties.For several decades, the field of spin waves gained huge interest by the scientific community due to its relevance regarding fundamental issues of spindynamics in the field of solid states physics. The ongoing research in recent years has put emphasis on the high potential of spin waves regarding information technology. In the emerging field of textit{magnonics}, several concepts for a spin-wave based logic have been proposed and realized. Opposed to charge-based schemes in conventional electronics and spintronics, magnons are charge-free currents of angular momentum, and, therefore, less subject to scattering processes that lead to heating and dissipation. This fact is highlighted by the possibility to utilize spin waves as information carriers in electrically insulating materials. These developments have propelled the quest for ways and mechanisms to guide and manipulate spin-wave transport. In particular, a lot of effort is put into the miniaturization of spin-wave waveguides and the excitation of spin waves in structures with sub-micrometer dimensions.For the further development of potential spin-wave-based devices, the ability to directly observe spin-wave propagation with spatial resolution is crucial. As an optical

  11. Dirac spin gapless semiconductors: Ideal platforms for massless and dissipationless spintronics and new (quantum) anomalous spin Hall effects

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    Wang, Xiao-lin

    2016-01-01

    It is proposed that the new generation of spintronics should be ideally massless and dissipationless for the realization of ultra-fast and ultra-low-power spintronic devices. We demonstrate that the spin-gapless materials with linear energy dispersion are unique materials that can realize these massless and dissipationless states. Furthermore, we propose four new types of spin Hall effects which consist of spin accumulation of equal numbers of electrons and holes having the same or opposite s...

  12. Enhancement of spin wave excitation by spin currents due to thermal gradient and spin pumping in yttrium iron garnet/Pt

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    da Silva, G. L.; Vilela-Leão, L. H.; Rezende, S. M.; Azevedo, A.

    2013-01-01

    We investigate the interplay between spin currents produced by thermal gradients and spin pumping in hybrid yttrium iron garnet/Pt structures (YIG/Pt). By combining a spin pumping experiment with the application of a temperature gradient, we observe the excitation of local spin wave modes at the YIG/Pt interface. Strong enhancement of these modes was observed when the temperature gradient was applied along one direction and attenuation was observed by reversing the temperature gradient. The results provide support for a recent theoretical proposal, in which some spin wave modes are preferentially excited by spin currents traversing a YIG/Pt interface.

  13. Real-time observation of Snell’s law for spin waves in thin ferromagnetic films

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    Tanabe, Kenji; Matsumoto, Ryo; Ohe, Jun-ichiro; Murakami, Shuichi; Moriyama, Takahiro; Chiba, Daichi; Kobayashi, Kensuke; Ono, Teruo

    2014-05-01

    We report the real-time observation of spin-wave propagation across a step inserted between two ferromagnetic films with different thicknesses. Because the dispersion relation of the spin wave depends on the thickness of the film, the step works as a junction to affect the spin wave propagation. When the spin wave transmits through the junction, the wavenumber undergoes modulation as per Snell’s law, which states that the refraction index is proportional to the wavenumber. From the viewpoint of magnonics, the present achievement opens up new possibilities of controlling the wavenumber of spin waves.

  14. Intrinsic quantum spin Hall and anomalous Hall effects in h-Sb/Bi epitaxial growth on a ferromagnetic MnO2 thin film

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    Zhou, Jian; Sun, Qiang; Wang, Qian; Kawazoe, Yoshiyuki; Jena, Puru

    2016-05-01

    Exploring a two-dimensional intrinsic quantum spin Hall state with a large band gap as well as an anomalous Hall state in realizable materials is one of the most fundamental and important goals for future applications in spintronics, valleytronics, and quantum computing. Here, by combining first-principles calculations with a tight-binding model, we predict that Sb or Bi can epitaxially grow on a stable and ferromagnetic MnO2 thin film substrate, forming a flat honeycomb sheet. The flatness of Sb or Bi provides an opportunity for the existence of Dirac points in the Brillouin zone, with its position effectively tuned by surface hydrogenation. The Dirac points in spin up and spin down channels split due to the proximity effects induced by MnO2. In the presence of both intrinsic and Rashba spin-orbit coupling, we find two band gaps exhibiting a large band gap quantum spin Hall state and a nearly quantized anomalous Hall state which can be tuned by adjusting the Fermi level. Our findings provide an efficient way to realize both quantized intrinsic spin Hall conductivity and anomalous Hall conductivity in a single material.Exploring a two-dimensional intrinsic quantum spin Hall state with a large band gap as well as an anomalous Hall state in realizable materials is one of the most fundamental and important goals for future applications in spintronics, valleytronics, and quantum computing. Here, by combining first-principles calculations with a tight-binding model, we predict that Sb or Bi can epitaxially grow on a stable and ferromagnetic MnO2 thin film substrate, forming a flat honeycomb sheet. The flatness of Sb or Bi provides an opportunity for the existence of Dirac points in the Brillouin zone, with its position effectively tuned by surface hydrogenation. The Dirac points in spin up and spin down channels split due to the proximity effects induced by MnO2. In the presence of both intrinsic and Rashba spin-orbit coupling, we find two band gaps exhibiting a large

  15. Coherent manipulation of spin wave vector for polarization of photons in an atomic ensemble

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    Li, Shujing; Xu, Zhongxiao; Zheng, Haiyan; ZHAO, XINGBO; Wu, Yuelong; Wang, Hai; Xie, Changde; Peng, Kunchi

    2011-01-01

    We experimentally demonstrate the manipulation of two-orthogonal components of a spin wave in an atomic ensemble. Based on Raman two-photon transition and Larmor spin precession induced by magnetic field pulses, the coherent rotations between the two components of the spin wave is controllably achieved. Successively, the two manipulated spin-wave components are mapped into two orthogonal polarized optical emissions, respectively. By measuring Ramsey fringes of the retrieved optical signals, t...

  16. Spin-wave and critical neutron scattering from chromium

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    Als-Nielsen, Jens Aage; Axe, J.D.; Shirane, G.

    1971-01-01

    Chromium and its dilute alloys are unique examples of magnetism caused by itinerant electrons. The magnetic excitations have been studied by inelastic neutron scattering using a high-resolution triple-axis spectrometer. Spin-wave peaks in q scans at constant energy transfer ℏω could, in general......, not be clearly resolved at any temperature below TN but it is still possible to deduce the slope ω/q of the dispersion curve and also to estimate the spin-wave lifetimes. The scattering displays a divergence as q→0, ω→0, T→TN characteristic of critical fluctuations. The critical scattering is confined...... to small values of q, but the ω range is very wide compared to critical scattering from systems with localized magnetic moments...

  17. Polymers on disordered trees, spin glasses, and traveling waves

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    Derrida, B.; Spohn, H.

    1988-06-01

    We show that the problem of a directed polymer on a tree with disorder can be reduced to the study of nonlinear equations of reaction-diffusion type. These equations admit traveling wave solutions that move at all possible speeds above a certain minimal speed. The speed of the wavefront is the free energy of the polymer problem and the minimal speed corresponds to a phase transition to a glassy phase similar to the spin-glass phase. Several properties of the polymer problem can be extracted from the correspondence with the traveling wave: probability distribution of the free energy, overlaps, etc.

  18. Nonreciprocity of spin waves in metallized magnonic crystal

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    The nonreciprocal properties of spin waves in metallized one-dimensional bi-component magnonic crystal composed of two materials with different magnetizations are investigated numerically. Nonreciprocity leads to the appearance of indirect magnonic band gaps for magnonic crystals with both low and high magnetization contrast. Specific features of the nonreciprocity in low contrast magnonic crystals lead to the appearance of several magnonic band gaps located within the first Brillouin zone for waves propagating along the metallized surface. Analysis of the spatial distribution of dynamic magnetization amplitudes explains the mechanism of dispersion band formation and hybridization between magnonic bands in magnonic crystals with metallization. (paper)

  19. Anomalously large spin susceptibility enhancement in n-doped CdMnTe quantum wells

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    Ben Cheikh, Z. [Laboratoire Charles Coulomb, UMR 5221, Département Semi-conducteurs, Matériaux et Capteurs, Université Montpellier 2, France and Laboratoire de Physique des Matériaux: Structures et Propriétés, Faculté (Tunisia); Cronenberger, S.; Vladimirova, M.; Scalbert, D. [Laboratoire Charles Coulomb, UMR 5221, Departement Semi-conducteurs, Materiaux et Capteurs, Universite Montpellier 2 (France); Boujdaria, K. [Laboratoire de Physique des Matériaux: Structures et Propriétés, Faculté des Sciences de Bizerte, Université de Carthage, 7021 Zarzouna (Tunisia); Baboux, F.; Perez, F. [Institut des NanoSciences de Paris, CNRS/Université Paris 6, 4 place Jussieu, F-75005 Paris (France); Wojtowicz, T.; Karczewski, G. [Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, 02-668 Warsaw (Poland)

    2013-12-04

    We report on time-resolved Kerr rotation (TRKR) experiments done on n-doped CdMnTe quantum wells (QWs), in the regime where strong coupling between the electron and the Mn spin-flip excitations shows up. It has been proposed previously to deduce the 2D electron gas spin susceptibility from the coupling energy between these spin excitations. Here we measure the coupling energy on a high mobility sample down to very low excitation density, and compare the results with spin-flip Raman scattering (SFRS) on the same sample. The electron spin polarizations measured by TRKR and SFRS are found in relatively good agreement. However the spin susceptibility measured by TRKR exceeds systematically the values predicted by many-body theory. This could be an indication that the two-oscillator model used to describe mixed electron-Mn spin excitations needs to be improved.

  20. The c—Axis Infrared Conductivity of a dx2—y2— Wave Superconductor with the Hopping Assisted by the Spin Fluctuations

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    LOUPing; CAOLie-Zhao; 等

    2002-01-01

    A theory of the c-axis infrared conductivity of a dx2-y2- wave superconductor due to the competition between the interlayer direct hopping and the hopping assisted by the spin fluctuations has been developed.The prediction of our theory captures the main feature of the experiment.Thus we argue that the anomalous behavior of the c-axis infrared conductivity of the underdoped cuprates in superconducting state may be properly understood within the theory.

  1. Spin wave instability in simultaneous orthogonal and parallel pumping

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    Araújo, W.; de Aguiar, F. M.; Azevedo, A.; Rezende, S. M.

    2004-05-01

    The theory of parallel-pumping spin wave instability in ferrimagnetic insulators in the presence of a low-power perpendicular RF magnetic field at half the pumping frequency is extended to include the so-called surface magnetostatic modes. The results correctly reproduce previous and more restricted predictions by White and Schlömann, and are in good qualitative agreement with our recent experimental findings in yttrium-iron-garnet (YIG) spheres at room temperature.

  2. Quantum dust magnetosonic waves with spin and exchange correlation effects

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    Dust magnetosonic waves are studied in degenerate dusty plasmas with spin and exchange correlation effects. Using the fluid equations of magnetoplasma with quantum corrections due to the Bohm potential, temperature degeneracy, spin magnetization energy, and exchange correlation, a generalized dispersion relation is derived. Spin effects are incorporated via spin force and macroscopic spin magnetization current. The exchange-correlation potentials are used, based on the adiabatic local-density approximation, and can be described as a function of the electron density. For three different values of angle, the dispersion relation is reduced to three different modes under the low frequency magnetohydrodynamic assumptions. It is found that the effects of quantum corrections in the presence of dust concentration significantly modify the dispersive properties of these modes. The results are useful for understanding numerous collective phenomena in quantum plasmas, such as those in compact astrophysical objects (e.g., the cores of white dwarf stars and giant planets) and in plasma-assisted nanotechnology (e.g., quantum diodes, quantum free-electron lasers, etc.)

  3. Nonreciprocal spin wave elementary excitation in dislocated dimerized Heisenberg chains

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    Liu, Wanguo; Shen, Yang; Fang, Guisheng; Jin, Chongjun

    2016-05-01

    A mechanism for realizing nonreciprocal elementary excitation of spin wave (SW) is proposed. We study a reference model which describes a magnonic crystal (MC) formed by two Heisenberg chains with a lateral displacement (dislocation) and a longitudinal spacer, and derive a criterion to judge whether the elementary excitation spectra are reciprocal in this ferromagnetic lattice. An analytical method based on the spin precession equation is used to solve the elementary excitation spectra. The solution is related to a key factor, the spatio-temporal structure factor {θk}≤ft(Δ x,B\\right) , which can be directly calculated through the structural parameters. When it keeps invariant under the reversions of the external magnetic field B and the dislocation Δ x , or one of them, the spectra are reciprocal. Otherwise, the SW possesses nonreciprocal spectra with direction-dependent band edges and exhibits a directional magnetoresistance effect. This criterion can be regarded as a necessary and sufficient condition for the (non)reciprocity in the spin lattice. Besides, this novel lattice provides a prototype for spin diodes and spin logic gates.

  4. Quantum dust magnetosonic waves with spin and exchange correlation effects

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    Maroof, R.; Qamar, A. [Department of Physics, University of Peshawar, Peshawar 25000 (Pakistan); Mushtaq, A. [Department of Physics, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan 23200 (Pakistan); National Center for Physics, Shahdra Valley Road, Islamabad 44000 (Pakistan)

    2016-01-15

    Dust magnetosonic waves are studied in degenerate dusty plasmas with spin and exchange correlation effects. Using the fluid equations of magnetoplasma with quantum corrections due to the Bohm potential, temperature degeneracy, spin magnetization energy, and exchange correlation, a generalized dispersion relation is derived. Spin effects are incorporated via spin force and macroscopic spin magnetization current. The exchange-correlation potentials are used, based on the adiabatic local-density approximation, and can be described as a function of the electron density. For three different values of angle, the dispersion relation is reduced to three different modes under the low frequency magnetohydrodynamic assumptions. It is found that the effects of quantum corrections in the presence of dust concentration significantly modify the dispersive properties of these modes. The results are useful for understanding numerous collective phenomena in quantum plasmas, such as those in compact astrophysical objects (e.g., the cores of white dwarf stars and giant planets) and in plasma-assisted nanotechnology (e.g., quantum diodes, quantum free-electron lasers, etc.)

  5. Investigation of acoustic gravity waves created by anomalous heat sources: experiments and theoretical analysis

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    We have been investigating high-power radio wave-induced acoustic gravity waves (AGWs) at Gakona, Alaska, using the High-frequency Active Aurora Research Program (HAARP) heating facility (i.e. HF heater) and extensive diagnostic instruments. This work was aimed at performing a controlled study of the space plasma turbulence triggered by the AGWs originating from anomalous heat sources, as observed in our earlier experiments at Arecibo, Puerto Rico (Pradipta 2007 MS Thesis MIT Press, Cambridge, MA). The HF heater operated in continuous wave (CW) O-mode can heat ionospheric plasmas effectively to yield a depleted magnetic flux tube as rising plasma bubbles (Lee et al 1998 Geophys. Res. Lett. 25 579). Two processes are responsible for the depletion of the magnetic flux tube: (i) thermal expansion and (ii) chemical reactions caused by heated ions. The depleted plasmas create large density gradients that can augment spread F processes via generalized Rayleigh–Taylor instabilities (Lee et al 1999 Geophys. Res. Lett. 26 37). It is thus expected that the temperature of neutral particles in the heated ionospheric region can be increased. Such a heat source in the neutral atmosphere may potentially generate AGWs in the form of traveling ionospheric plasma disturbances (TIPDs). We should point out that these TIPDs have features distinctively different from electric and magnetic field (ExB) drifts of HF wave-induced large-scale non-propagating plasma structures. Moreover, it was noted in our recent study of naturally occurring AGW-induced TIDs that only large-scale AGWs can propagate upward to reach higher altitudes. Thus, in our Gakona experiments we select optimum heating schemes for HF wave-induced AGWs that can be distinguished from the naturally occurring ones. The generation and propagation of AGWs are monitored by MUIR (Modular Ultra high-frequency Ionospheric Radar), Digisonde and GPS/low-earth-orbit satellites. Our theoretical and experimental studies have shown

  6. Investigation of acoustic gravity waves created by anomalous heat sources: experiments and theoretical analysis

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    Pradipta, R.; Lee, M. C.

    2013-07-01

    We have been investigating high-power radio wave-induced acoustic gravity waves (AGWs) at Gakona, Alaska, using the High-frequency Active Aurora Research Program (HAARP) heating facility (i.e. HF heater) and extensive diagnostic instruments. This work was aimed at performing a controlled study of the space plasma turbulence triggered by the AGWs originating from anomalous heat sources, as observed in our earlier experiments at Arecibo, Puerto Rico (Pradipta 2007 MS Thesis MIT Press, Cambridge, MA). The HF heater operated in continuous wave (CW) O-mode can heat ionospheric plasmas effectively to yield a depleted magnetic flux tube as rising plasma bubbles (Lee et al 1998 Geophys. Res. Lett. 25 579). Two processes are responsible for the depletion of the magnetic flux tube: (i) thermal expansion and (ii) chemical reactions caused by heated ions. The depleted plasmas create large density gradients that can augment spread F processes via generalized Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities (Lee et al 1999 Geophys. Res. Lett. 26 37). It is thus expected that the temperature of neutral particles in the heated ionospheric region can be increased. Such a heat source in the neutral atmosphere may potentially generate AGWs in the form of traveling ionospheric plasma disturbances (TIPDs). We should point out that these TIPDs have features distinctively different from electric and magnetic field (ExB) drifts of HF wave-induced large-scale non-propagating plasma structures. Moreover, it was noted in our recent study of naturally occurring AGW-induced TIDs that only large-scale AGWs can propagate upward to reach higher altitudes. Thus, in our Gakona experiments we select optimum heating schemes for HF wave-induced AGWs that can be distinguished from the naturally occurring ones. The generation and propagation of AGWs are monitored by MUIR (Modular Ultra high-frequency Ionospheric Radar), Digisonde and GPS/low-earth-orbit satellites. Our theoretical and experimental studies have shown that

  7. Weak Nonlinear Matter Waves in a Trapped Spin-1 Condensates

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    CAI Hong-Qiang; YANG Shu-Rong; XUE Ju-Kui

    2011-01-01

    The dynamics of the weak nonlinear matter solitary waves in a spin-1 condensates with harmonic external potential are investigated analytically by a perturbation method. It is shown that, in the small amplitude limit, the dynamics of the solitary waves are governed by a variable-coefficient Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equation. The reduction to the (KdV) equation may be useful to understand the dynamics of nonlinear matter waves in spinor BEGs. The analytical expressions for the evolution of soliton show that the small-amplitude vector solitons of the mixed types perform harmonic oscillations in the presence of the trap. Furthermore, the emitted radiation profiles and the soliton oscillation freauencv are also obtained.

  8. Constraining Anomalous Forces with Pseudoscalar and Axial Couplings Employing a Spin-Independent Analysis

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    Aldaihan, S; Krause, D E; Long, J C; Fischbach, E

    2016-01-01

    Present laboratory limits on the coupling strength of anomalous pseudoscalar and axial interactions are many orders of magnitude weaker than their scalar and vector analogs. Here we investigate two mechanisms which can circumvent this suppression and thereby lead to improved limits.

  9. Spin density wave quantum phase transition in the LuFe2Ge2/YFe2Ge2 system

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    In intermetallic transition metal compounds, spin density wave order and studies of the associated quantum critical point are still comparatively rare. LuFe2Ge2 has been reported to exhibit spin density wave order below 9K, and its isoelectronic sister compound YFe2Ge2 is paramagnetic. Together, they form an attractive system for probing spin density wave quantum criticality. We have grown high quality crystals of YFe2Ge2 and LuFe2Ge2 using flux as well as radio frequency induction methods. YFe2Ge2 exhibits an unusually high Sommerfeld coefficient of the specific heat capacity C/T at 1 K in excess of 100 mJ/(mol K2) and still rising significantly with decreasing temperature, as well as an anomalous temperature dependence of the electrical resistivity, ρ∝T3/2. High-pressure measurements are under way in LuFe2Ge2, to investigate its magnetic phase diagram near the magnetic quantum phase transition, and to examine the associated quantum critical behaviour.

  10. Anomalous magnetic structure and spin dynamics in magnetoelectric LiFePO4

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    Toft-Petersen, Rasmus; Reehuis, Manfred; Jensen, Thomas Bagger Stibius;

    2015-01-01

    with earlier susceptibility measurements. Using a spin Hamiltonian, we show that the spin dimensionality is intermediate between XY- and Ising-like, with an easy b axis and a hard c axis. It is shown that both next-nearest neighbor exchange couplings in the bc plane are in competition with the strongest....... In addition, we find a significant spin-canting component along c. The possible causes of these components are discussed, and their significance for the magnetoelectric effect is analyzed. Inelastic neutron scattering along the three principal directions reveals a highly anisotropic hard plane consistent...

  11. Influence of wave frequency variation on anomalous cyclotron resonance interaction of energetic electrons with finite amplitutude ducted whistler-mode wave

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    Erokhin, N S; Rycroft, M J; Nunn, D G

    1996-01-01

    The influence of wave frequency variation on the anomalous cyclotron resonance $\\omega=\\omega_{Be}+kv_{\\|}$ interaction (ACRI) of energetic electrons with a ducted finite amplitude whistler-mode wave propagating through the so-called transient plasma layer (TPL) in the magnetosphere or in the ionosphere is studied both analytically and numerically. The anomalous cyclotron resonance interaction takes place in the case when the whistler-mode wave amplitude $B_{W}$ is consistent with the gradient of magnetic field interacting energetic electrons (synchronous particles) is determined. The efficiencies of both the pitch-angle scattering of resonant electrons and their transverse acceleration are studied and the efficiencies dependence on the magnitude and sign of the wave frequency drift is considered. It has been shown that in the case of ACRI occuring under conditions relevant to VLF-emission in the magnetosphere, the energy and pitch-angle changes of synchronous electrons may be enchanced by a factor $10^2 \\div...

  12. Intrinsic quantum spin Hall and anomalous Hall effects in h-Sb/Bi epitaxial growth on a ferromagnetic MnO2 thin film.

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    Zhou, Jian; Sun, Qiang; Wang, Qian; Kawazoe, Yoshiyuki; Jena, Puru

    2016-06-01

    Exploring a two-dimensional intrinsic quantum spin Hall state with a large band gap as well as an anomalous Hall state in realizable materials is one of the most fundamental and important goals for future applications in spintronics, valleytronics, and quantum computing. Here, by combining first-principles calculations with a tight-binding model, we predict that Sb or Bi can epitaxially grow on a stable and ferromagnetic MnO2 thin film substrate, forming a flat honeycomb sheet. The flatness of Sb or Bi provides an opportunity for the existence of Dirac points in the Brillouin zone, with its position effectively tuned by surface hydrogenation. The Dirac points in spin up and spin down channels split due to the proximity effects induced by MnO2. In the presence of both intrinsic and Rashba spin-orbit coupling, we find two band gaps exhibiting a large band gap quantum spin Hall state and a nearly quantized anomalous Hall state which can be tuned by adjusting the Fermi level. Our findings provide an efficient way to realize both quantized intrinsic spin Hall conductivity and anomalous Hall conductivity in a single material. PMID:27181160

  13. Dynamics of pulses and spiral waves in excitable media with an anomalous diffusion

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    Yuan, Guoyong; Bao, Xueping; Yang, Shiping; Wang, Guangrui; Chen, Shaoying

    2016-06-01

    Spiral waves and pulses in the excitable medium with an anomalous diffusion are studied. In the medium with an one-sided fractional diffusion in the x-direction and a normal diffusion in the y-direction, a pulse, traveling along the positive x-direction, has a smaller velocity, which is different from the diffusion of a source in the other media. Its propagating velocity is a linear and increasing function of the square root of diffusion parameter, whose increasing rate depends on the fractional order. A minimal value of the diffusion parameter is needed for successfully propagating pulses, and the threshold becomes large with a decrease of the fractional order. For pulse trains, the frequency-locked bands are shifted along the increasing direction of the perturbation period when the fractional order is decreased. In the propagating process of a spiral wave, the tip drift is induced by the one-sided fractional diffusion, which may be explained by analyzing the SV area in front of the tip.

  14. Mode Locking of Spin Waves Excited by Direct Currents in Microwave Nano-oscillators

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    Rezende, S. M.; de Aguiar, F. M.; Rodríguez-Suárez, R. L.; Azevedo, A.

    2007-02-01

    A spin-wave theory is presented which explains the frequency pulling and mode locking observed when two closely spaced spin-transfer nanometer-scale oscillators with slightly different frequencies are separately driven in the same magnetic thin film by spin-polarized carriers at high direct-current densities. The theory confirms recent experimental evidence that the origin of the phenomena lies in the nonlinear interaction between two overlapping spin waves excited in the magnetic nanostructure.

  15. Planck early results. XX. New light on anomalous microwave emission from spinning dust grains

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    Bucher, M.; Delabrouille, J.; Giraud-Héraud, Y.;

    2011-01-01

    by a combination of free-free radiation, cosmic microwave background, thermal dust, and electric dipole radiation from small spinning dust grains. The spinning dust spectra are the most precisely measured to date, and show the high frequency side clearly for the first time. The spectra have a peak in the range 20......-40 GHz and are detected at high significances of 17.1σ for Perseus and 8.4σ for ρ Ophiuchi. In Perseus, spinning dust in the dense molecular gas can account for most of the AME; the low density atomic gas appears to play a minor role. In ρ Ophiuchi, the ~30 GHz peak is dominated by dense molecular gas...... of the synchrotron, free-free, and thermal dust. We present spectra for two of the candidates; S140 and S235 are bright Hii regions that show evidence for AME, and are well fitted by spinning dust models. © ESO, 2011....

  16. PCT, spin and statistics, and analytic wave front set

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    Soloviev, M A

    1999-01-01

    A new, more general derivation of the spin-statistics and PCT theorems is presented. It uses the notion of the analytic wave front set of (ultra)distributions and, in contrast to the usual approach, covers nonlocal quantum fields. The fields are defined as generalized functions with test functions of compact support in momentum space. The vacuum expectation values are thereby admitted to be arbitrarily singular in their space-time dependence. The local commutativity condition is replaced by an asymptotic commutativity condition, which develops generalizations of the microcausality axiom previously proposed.

  17. Localization of spin waves in disordered quantum rotors

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    Andreanov, Alexei; Fedorenko, Andrei A.

    2014-01-01

    We study the dynamics of excitations in a system of $O(N)$ quantum rotors in the presence of random fields and random anisotropies. Below the lower critical dimension $d_{\\mathrm{lc}}=4$ the system exhibits a quasi-long-range order with a power-law decay of correlations. At zero temperature the spin waves are localized at the length scale $L_{\\mathrm{loc}}$ beyond which the quantum tunneling is exponentially suppressed $ c \\sim e^{-(L/L_{\\mathrm{loc}})^{2(\\theta+1)}}$. At finite temperature $...

  18. Transverse spin and transverse momentum in scattering of plane waves

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    Saha, Sudipta; Ray, Subir K; Banerjee, Ayan; Gupta, Subhasish Dutta; Ghosh, Nirmalya

    2016-01-01

    We study the near field to the far field evolution of spin angular momentum (SAM) density and the Poynting vector of the scattered waves from spherical scatterers. The results show that at the near field, the SAM density and the Poynting vector are dominated by their transverse components. While the former (transverse SAM) is independent of the helicity of the incident circular polarization state, the latter (transverse Poynting vector) depends upon the polarization state. It is further demonstrated that the magnitudes and the spatial extent of the transverse SAM and the transverse momentum components can be controllably enhanced by exploiting the interference of the transverse electric and transverse magnetic scattering modes.

  19. Influence of defects and disorder on anomalous Hall effect and spin Seebeck effect on permalloy and Heusler compounds

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    Vilanova Vidal, Enrique

    2012-09-19

    In this work Heusler thin films have been prepared and their transport properties have been studied. Of particularly interest is the anomalous Hall effect (AHE). The effect is a long known but still not fully understood transport effect. Most theory papers focus on the influence of one particular contribution to the AHE. Actual measured experimental data, however, often are not in accordance with idealized assumptions. This thesis discusses the data analysis for materials with low residual resistivity ratios. As prototypical materials, half metallic Heusler compounds are studied. Here, the influence of defects and disorder is apparent in a material with a complex topology of the Fermi surface. Using films with different degrees of disorder, the different scattering mechanisms can be separated. For Co{sub 2}FeSi{sub 0.6}Al{sub 0.4} and Co{sub 2}FeGa{sub 0.5}Ge{sub 0.5}, the AHE induced by B2-type disorder and temperature-dependent scattering is positive, while DO{sub 3}-type disorder and possible intrinsic contributions possess a negative sign. For these compounds, magneto-optical Kerr effects (MOKE) are investigated. First order contributions as a function of intrinsic and extrinsic parameters are qualitatively analyzed. The relation between the crystalline ordering and the second order contributions to the MOKE signal is studied. In addition, sets of the Heusler compound Co{sub 2}MnAl thin films were grown on MgO(100) and Si(100) substrates by radio frequency magnetron sputtering. Composition, magnetic and transport properties were studied systematically for samples deposited at different conditions. In particular, the anomalous Hall effect resistivity presents an extraordinarily temperature independent behavior in a moderate magnetic field range from 0 to 0.6 T. The off-diagonal transport at temperatures up to 300 C was analyzed. The data show the suitability of the material for Hall sensors working well above room temperature. Recently, the spin Seebeck effect

  20. Mapping of spin wave propagation in a one-dimensional magnonic crystal

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    Ordóñez-Romero, César L.; Lazcano-Ortiz, Zorayda; Drozdovskii, Andrey; Kalinikos, Boris; Aguilar-Huerta, Melisa; Domínguez-Juárez, J. L.; Lopez-Maldonado, Guillermo; Qureshi, Naser; Kolokoltsev, Oleg; Monsivais, Guillermo

    2016-07-01

    The formation and evolution of spin wave band gaps in the transmission spectrum of a magnonic crystal have been studied. A time and space resolved magneto inductive probing system has been used to map the spin wave propagation and evolution in a geometrically structured yttrium iron garnet film. Experiments have been carried out using (1) a chemically etched magnonic crystal supporting the propagation of magnetostatic surface spin waves, (2) a short microwave pulsed excitation of the spin waves, and (3) direct spin wave detection using a movable magneto inductive probe connected to a synchronized fast oscilloscope. The results show that the periodic structure not only modifies the spectra of the transmitted spin waves but also influences the distribution of the spin wave energy inside the magnonic crystal as a function of the position and the transmitted frequency. These results comprise an experimental confirmation of Bloch's theorem in a spin wave system and demonstrate good agreement with theoretical observations in analogue phononic and photonic systems. Theoretical prediction of the structured transmission spectra is achieved using a simple model based on microwave transmission lines theory. Here, a spin wave system illustrates in detail the evolution of a much more general physical concept: the band gap.

  1. Spin-wave propagation spectrum in magnetization-modulated cylindrical nanowires

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    Li, Zhi-xiong; Wang, Meng-ning; Nie, Yao-zhuang; Wang, Dao-wei; Xia, Qing-lin; Tang, Wei; Zeng, Zhong-ming; Guo, Guang-hua

    2016-09-01

    Spin-wave propagation in periodic magnetization-modulated cylindrical nanowires is studied by micromagnetic simulation. Spin wave scattering at the interface of two magnetization segments causes a spin-wave band structure, which can be effectively tuned by changing either the magnetization modulation level or the period of the cylindrical nanowire magnonic crystal. The bandgap width is oscillating with either the period or magnetization modulation due to the oscillating variation of the spin wave transmission coefficient through the interface of the two magnetization segments. Analytical calculation based on band theory is used to account for the micromagnetic simulation results.

  2. Compression gain of spin wave signals in a magnonic YIG waveguide with thermal non-uniformity

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    Kolokoltsev, O.; Gómez-Arista, Ivan; Qureshi, N.; Acevedo, A.; Ordóñez-Romero, César L.; Grishin, A.

    2015-03-01

    We report on the observation of the compression gain of the signals carried by surface spin waves (MSSWs) in yittrium iron garnet films as a result of non-uniform optical heating of the spin wave medium. Efficient gain takes place if a frequency downshift of the spin wave spectrum induced by the heating is compensated by the corresponding non-uniformity of the bias magnetic field. It is proposed that the effect can be understood in part as an interaction between spin waves and a thermally induced potential well in the sample.

  3. Design of a spin-wave majority gate employing mode selection

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    Klingler, Stefan; Pirro, Philipp; Brächer, Thomas; Leven, Britta; Hillebrands, Burkard; Chumak, Andrii V.

    2014-01-01

    The design of a microstructured, fully functional spin-wave majority gate is presented and studied using micromagnetic simulations. This all-magnon logic gate consists of three-input waveguides, a spin-wave combiner and an output waveguide. In order to ensure the functionality of the device, the output waveguide is designed to perform spin-wave mode selection. We demonstrate that the gate evaluates the majority of the input signals coded into the spin-wave phase. Moreover, the all-magnon data...

  4. Spin density wave order, topological order, and Fermi surface reconstruction

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    Sachdev, Subir; Chatterjee, Shubhayu; Schattner, Yoni

    2016-01-01

    In the conventional theory of density wave ordering in metals, the onset of spin density wave (SDW) order co-incides with the reconstruction of the Fermi surfaces into small 'pockets'. We present models which display this transition, while also displaying an alternative route between these phases via an intermediate phase with topological order, no broken symmetry, and pocket Fermi surfaces. The models involve coupling emergent gauge fields to a fractionalized SDW order, but retain the canonical electron operator in the underlying Hamiltonian. We establish an intimate connection between the suppression of certain defects in the SDW order, and the presence of Fermi surface sizes distinct from the Luttinger value in Fermi liquids. We discuss the relevance of such models to the physics of the hole-doped cuprates near optimal doping.

  5. Model tests on anomalous low friction and pendulum-type wave phenomena

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    Hao Wu; Qin Fang; Yusheng Lu; Yadong Zhang; Jinchun Liu

    2009-01-01

    The anomalous low friction (ALF) and pendulum-type wavewave) phenomena were two typical,nonlinear,geo-mechanical,and dynamic responses in deep-block rock mass discovered from in situ observations,which occurred from the movement of the geo-blocks under the impact of external pulses,such as deep confined explosion,earthquake,and rock bursts.With the aim to confirm the existence of the above two phenomena and study the variation laws of them experimentally,laboratory tests on the granite and cement mortar continuum and blocks models were conducted on the self-independently developed multipurpose testing system,respectively.The ALF phenomenon was realized under two loading schemes,the blocks model and working block were acted upon by the joint action of vertical impact and horizontal static force as well as the joint action of both vertical and horizontal impacts with different time intervals.It revealed that the discrete time delays corresponding to the local maximums and minimums of the horizontal displacement amplitudes and residual horizontal displacements of the working block satisfied the canonical sequences with the multiple of √2,most of which satisfied the quantitative expression (√2)~i △/V_p.Besides,the one-dimensional impact experiments were carried out on the blocks granite model,continuum,and blocks cement mortar models,respectively.Based on the comparison and analysis of the propagation properties (amplitudes and the Fourier spectrums of acceleration time histories of blocks) of the 1D stress wave in the above models,it is indicated that the fractures in rock mass have tremendous effect on the attenuation of acceleration amplitudes and high-frequency waves.By comparison of the model test data with the in situ measurement conclusions,the existence of the μ wave was confirmed experimentally in the cement mortar blocks model with larger dimensions,and the frequencies corresponding to the local maximums of spectral density curves of three

  6. Dynamical spin-density waves in a spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate

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    Li, Yan; Qu, Chunlei; Zhang, Yongsheng; Zhang, Chuanwei

    2015-07-01

    Synthetic spin-orbit (SO) coupling, an important ingredient for quantum simulation of many exotic condensed matter physics, has recently attracted considerable attention. The static and dynamic properties of a SO-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) have been extensively studied in both theory and experiment. Here we numerically investigate the generation and propagation of a dynamical spin-density wave (SDW) in a SO-coupled BEC using a fast moving Gaussian-shaped barrier. We find that the SDW wavelength is sensitive to the barrier's velocity while varies slightly with the barrier's peak potential or width. We qualitatively explain the generation of SDW by considering a rectangular barrier in a one-dimensional system. Our results may motivate future experimental and theoretical investigations of rich dynamics in the SO-coupled BEC induced by a moving barrier.

  7. Characteristics of anomalous Hall effect in spin-polarized two-dimensional electron gases in the presence of both intrinsic, extrinsic, and external electric-field induced spin-orbit couplings

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    Liu Song; Yan Yu-Zhen; Hu Liang-Bin

    2012-01-01

    The various competing contributions to the anomalous Hall effect in spin-polarized two-dimensional electron gases in the presence of both intrinsic,extrinsic and external electric-field induced spin-orbit coupling were investigated theoretically.Based on a unified semiclassical theoretical approach,it is shown that the total anomalous Hall conductivity can be expressed as the sum of three distinct contributions in the presence of these competing spin-orbit interactions,namely an intrinsic contribution determined by the Berry curvature in the momentum space,an extrinsic contribution determined by the modified Bloch band group velocity and an extrinsic contribution determined by spin-orbit-dependent impurity scattering.The characteristics of these competing contributions are discussed in detail in the paper.

  8. Some peculiarities of spin-wave propagation in magnonic waveguides

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    Kalinikos B.

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available A normal-mode theory for the dipole-exchange spin-wave spectrum in the finite-width ferromagnetic waveguide is presented. The theory takes into account a nonuniform character of the demagnetizing field in the waveguide cross section and, therefore, can be applied to any infinitely long, rectangular rod, even with square cross section. The inhomogeneity of static and dynamic dipole fields is taken into account using the same tensorial Green’s function, obtained from Maxwell equations, this fact allows to simplify the spectrum calculation procedure. According to the elaborated theory the spin-wave spectrum in the finite-width ferromagnetic waveguide can be calculated with simultaneous account of the dipole-dipole and exchange interaction, surface anisotropy, arbitrary direction of the external bias magnetic field and for any possible width-thickness aspect ratio of the magnonic waveguide. It is shown that the previously used analytical methods of the accounting of the finite width of the magnetic waveguides give unsuitable results for nanometer-size waveguides.

  9. Quantum anomalous Hall effect and a nontrivial spin-texture in ultra-thin films of magnetic topological insulators

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    Duong, Le Quy; Das, Tanmoy; Feng, Y. P.; Lin, Hsin, E-mail: nilnish@gmail.com [Graphene Research Centre and Department of Physics, National University of Singapore, Singapore 117546 (Singapore)

    2015-05-07

    We study the evolution of quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) effect for a Z{sub 2} topological insulator (TI) thin films in a proximity induced magnetic phase by a realistic layered k·p model with interlayer coupling. We examine three different magnetic configurations in which ferromagnetic (FM) layer(s) is added either from one side (FM-TI), from both sides (FM-TI-FM), or homogeneously distributed (magnetically doped) in a TI slab. We map out the thickness-dependent topological phase diagram under various experimental conditions. The critical magnetic exchange energy for the emergence of QAH effect in the latter two cases decreases monotonically with increasing number of quintuple layers (QLs), while it becomes surprisingly independent of the film thickness in the former case. The gap size of the emergent QAH insulator depends on the non-magnetic “parent” gap of the TI thin film and is tuned by the FM exchange energy, opening a versatile possibility to achieve room-temperature QAH insulator in various topological nanomaterials. Finally, we find that the emergent spin-texture in the QAH effect is very unconventional, non-“hedgehog” type; and it exhibits a chiral out-of-plane spin-flip texture within the same valence band which is reminiscent of dynamical “skyrmion” pattern, except our results are in the momentum space.

  10. Artificial spin system using composite structures of d- and s-wave superconductors

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    Kato, Masaru [Department of Mathematical Sciences, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Osaka 599-8531 (Japan) and CREST, JST, 4-1-8 Honcho, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan)]. E-mail: kato@ms.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Hirayama, Masaki [Department of Mathematical Sciences, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Osaka 599-8531 (Japan); CREST, JST, 4-1-8 Honcho, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan); Nakajima, Susumu [Department of Mathematical Sciences, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Osaka 599-8531 (Japan); CREST, JST, 4-1-8 Honcho, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan); Koyama, Tomio [Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, 2-1-1 Katahira, Aoba-ku, Sendai 980-8577 (Japan); CREST, JST, 4-1-8 Honcho, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan); Machida, Masahiko [CCSE, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, 6-9-3 Higashi-Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0015 (Japan); CREST, JST, 4-1-8 Honcho, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan); Ishida, Takekazu [Department of Physics and Electronics, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Osaka 599-8531 (Japan); CREST, JST, 4-1-8 Honcho, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan)

    2007-03-15

    Because of the spontaneous half-quantized magnetic fluxes, a d-wave superconducting dot in an s-wave superconductor can be considered as a spin. Using two-components Ginzburg-Landau equation, we obtained stable magnetic structures of this system and investigate its properties. Especially, the interaction between two d-wave superconducting dots is anisotropic and depends on their distance. So, we can construct various artificial spin systems changing lattice structure of d-wave superconducting dots.

  11. Spin wave dynamics in Heisenberg ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic single-walled nanotubes

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    Mi, Bin-Zhou

    2016-09-01

    The spin wave dynamics, including the magnetization, spin wave dispersion relation, and energy level splitting, of Heisenberg ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic single-walled nanotubes are systematically calculated by use of the double-time Green's function method within the random phase approximation. The role of temperature, diameter of the tube, and wave vector on spin wave energy spectrum and energy level splitting are carefully analyzed. There are two categories of spin wave modes, which are quantized and degenerate, and the total number of independent magnon branches is dependent on diameter of the tube, caused by the physical symmetry of nanotubes. Moreover, the number of flat spin wave modes increases with diameter of the tube rising. The spin wave energy and the energy level splitting decrease with temperature rising, and become zero as temperature reaches the critical point. At any temperature, the energy level splitting varies with wave vector, and for a larger wave vector it is smaller. When pb=π, the boundary of first Brillouin zone, spin wave energies are degenerate, and the energy level splittings are zero.

  12. Symmetry ensemble theory of the spin wave emitting effect driven by current in nanoscale magnetic multilayers

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    Ren Min; Zhang Lei; Hu Jiu-Ning; Dong Hao; Deng Ning; Chen Pei-Yi

    2009-01-01

    This paper proposes a symmetry ensemble model for the magnetic dynamics caused by spin transfer torque in nanoscale pseudo-spin-valves, in which individual spin moments in the free layer are considered as subsystems to form a spinor ensemble. The magnetization dynamics equation of the ensemble was developed. By analytically investigating the equation, many magnetization dynamics properties excited by polarized current reported in experiments, such as double spin wave modes and the abrupt frequency jump, can be successfully explained. It is pointed out that an external field is not necessary for spin wave emitting (SWE) and a novel perpendicular configuration structure can provide much higher SWE efficiency in zero magnetic field.

  13. Coherent manipulation of spin-wave vector for polarization of photons in an atomic ensemble

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    Li Shujing; Xu Zhongxiao; Zheng Haiyan; Zhao Xingbo; Wu Yuelong; Wang Hai; Xie Changde; Peng Kunchi [State Key Laboratory of Quantum Optics and Quantum Optics Devices, Institute of Opto-Electronics, Shanxi University, Taiyuan 030006 (China)

    2011-10-15

    We experimentally demonstrate the manipulation of two orthogonal components of a spin wave in an atomic ensemble. Based on Raman two-photon transition and Larmor spin precession induced by magnetic field pulses, the coherent rotations between the two components of the spin wave are controllably achieved. Successively, the two manipulated spin-wave components are mapped into two orthogonal polarized optical emissions. By measuring Ramsey fringes of the retrieved optical signals, the {pi}/2-pulse fidelity of {approx}96% is obtained. The presented manipulation scheme can be used to build an arbitrary rotation for qubit operations in quantum information processing based on atomic ensembles.

  14. Coherent manipulation of spin wave vector for polarization of photons in an atomic ensemble

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    Li, Shujing; Zheng, Haiyan; Zhao, Xingbo; Wu, Yuelong; Wang, Hai; Xie, Changde; Peng, Kunchi

    2011-01-01

    We experimentally demonstrate the manipulation of two-orthogonal components of a spin wave in an atomic ensemble. Based on Raman two-photon transition and Larmor spin precession induced by magnetic field pulses, the coherent rotations between the two components of the spin wave is controllably achieved. Successively, the two manipulated spin-wave components are mapped into two orthogonal polarized optical emissions, respectively. By measuring Ramsey fringes of the retrieved optical signals, the \\pi/2-pulse fidelity of ~96% is obtained. The presented manipulation scheme can be used to build an arbitrary rotation for qubit operations in quantum information processing based on atomic ensembles.

  15. Coherent manipulation of spin-wave vector for polarization of photons in an atomic ensemble

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    We experimentally demonstrate the manipulation of two orthogonal components of a spin wave in an atomic ensemble. Based on Raman two-photon transition and Larmor spin precession induced by magnetic field pulses, the coherent rotations between the two components of the spin wave are controllably achieved. Successively, the two manipulated spin-wave components are mapped into two orthogonal polarized optical emissions. By measuring Ramsey fringes of the retrieved optical signals, the π/2-pulse fidelity of ∼96% is obtained. The presented manipulation scheme can be used to build an arbitrary rotation for qubit operations in quantum information processing based on atomic ensembles.

  16. Topological spin waves in the atomic-scale magnetic skyrmion crystal

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    Roldán-Molina, A.; Nunez, A. S.; Fernández-Rossier, J.

    2016-04-01

    We study the spin waves of the triangular skyrmion crystal that emerges in a two-dimensional spin lattice model as a result of the competition between Heisenberg exchange, Dzyalonshinkii–Moriya interactions, Zeeman coupling and uniaxial anisotropy. The calculated spin wave bands have a finite Berry curvature that, in some cases, leads to non-zero Chern numbers, making this system topologically distinct from conventional magnonic systems. We compute the edge spin-waves, expected from the bulk-boundary correspondence principle, and show that they are chiral, which makes them immune to elastic backscattering. Our results illustrate how topological phases can occur in self-generated emergent superlattices at the mesoscale.

  17. Anomalously low amplitude of S waves produced by the 3D structures in the lower mantle

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    To, Akiko; Capdeville, Yann; Romanowicz, Barbara

    2016-07-01

    Direct S and Sdiff phases with anomalously low amplitudes are recorded for the earthquakes in Papua New Guinea by seismographs in northern America. According to the prediction by a standard 1D model, the amplitudes are the lowest at stations in southern California, at a distance and azimuth of around 95° and 55°, respectively, from the earthquake. The amplitude anomaly is more prominent at frequencies higher than 0.03 Hz. We checked and ruled out the possibility of the anomalies appearing because of the errors in the focal mechanism used in the reference synthetic waveform calculations. The observed anomaly distribution changes drastically with a relatively small shift in the location of the earthquake. The observations indicate that the amplitude reduction is likely due to the 3D shear velocity (Vs) structure, which deflects the wave energy away from the original ray paths. Moreover, some previous studies suggested that some of the S and Sdiff phases in our dataset are followed by a prominent postcursor and show a large travel time delay, which was explained by placing a large ultra-low velocity zone (ULVZ) located on the core-mantle boundary southwest of Hawaii. In this study, we evaluated the extent of amplitude anomalies that can be explained by the lower mantle structures in the existing models, including the previously proposed ULVZ. In addition, we modified and tested some models and searched for the possible causes of low amplitudes. Full 3D synthetic waveforms were calculated and compared with the observations. Our results show that while the existing models explain the trends of the observed amplitude anomalies, the size of such anomalies remain under-predicted especially at large distances. Adding a low velocity zone, which is spatially larger and has less Vs reduction than ULVZ, on the southwest side of ULVZ, contributes to explain the low amplitudes observed at distances larger than 100° from the earthquake. The newly proposed low velocity zone

  18. On magnetic monopoles, the anomalous g-factor of the electron and the spin-orbit coupling in the Dirac theory

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    Coddens, Gerrit

    2016-01-01

    We discuss the algebra and the interpretation of the anomalous Zeeman effect and the spin-orbit coupling within the Dirac theory. Whereas the algebra for the anomalous Zeeman effect is impeccable and therefore in excellent agreement with experiment, the physical interpretation of that algebra uses images that are based on macroscopic intuition but do not correspond to the meaning of this algebra. The interpretation violates the Lorentz symmetry. We give an alternative intuitive description of the meaning of this effect, which respects the symmetry and is exact. It can be summarized by stating that a magnetic field makes any charged particle spin. We show also that the traditional discussion about magnetic monopoles confuses two issues, viz. the symmetry of the Maxwell equations and the quantization of charge. These two issues define each a different concept of magnetic monopole. They cannot be merged together into a unique all-encompassing issue. We also generalize the minimal substitution for a charged parti...

  19. Engineering spin-wave channels in submicrometer magnonic waveguides

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    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Based on micromagnetic simulations and model calculations, we demonstrate that degenerate well and barrier magnon modes can exist concurrently in a single magnetic waveguide magnetized perpendicularly to the long axis in a broad frequency band, corresponding to copropagating edge and centre spin waves, respectively. The dispersion relations of these magnon modes clearly show that the edge and centre modes possess much different wave characteristics. By tailoring the antenna size, the edge mode can be selectively activated. If the antenna is sufficiently narrow, both the edge and centre modes are excited with considerable efficiency and propagate along the waveguide. By roughening the lateral boundary of the waveguide, the characteristics of the relevant channel can be easily engineered. Moreover, the coupling of the edge and centre modes can be conveniently controlled by scaling the width of the waveguide. For a wide waveguide with a narrow antenna, the edge and centre modes travel relatively independently in spatially-separate channels, whereas for a narrow strip, these modes strongly superpose in space. These discoveries might find potential applications in emerging magnonic devices.

  20. Quantum transport, anomalous dephasing, and spin-orbit coupling in an open ballistic bismuth nanocavity

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    Hackens, B.; Minet, J. P.; Faniel, S.; Farhi, G.; Gustin, C.; Issi, J. P.; Heremans, J. P.; Bayot, V.

    2003-03-01

    The phase coherence time τφ and spin-orbit coupling time τso are measured in a bismuth quasiballistic nanocavity and in bismuth thin films using weak antilocalization and universal conductance fluctuations. The cavity is found to be zero dimensional for phase-coherent processes at low temperature. Weak antilocalization seems weakly affected by this drastic reduction of dimensionality. The temperature dependence of τφ is similar in both types of samples, qualitatively consistent with low-energy transfer two-dimensional electron-electron interaction effects as the dominant dephasing mechanism. Strikingly, τφ in the dot is found to be an order-of-magnitude smaller than in the film, and orders-of-magnitude smaller than the theoretical prediction.

  1. Anomalous thermal decoherence in a quantum magnet measured with neutron spin echo spectroscopy

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    Groitl, F.; Keller, T.; Rolfs, K.; Tennant, D. A.; Habicht, K.

    2016-04-01

    The effect of temperature dependent asymmetric line broadening is investigated in Cu (NO3)2.2.5 D2O , a model material for a one-dimensional bond alternating Heisenberg chain, using the high resolution neutron-resonance spin echo (NRSE) technique. Inelastic neutron scattering experiments on dispersive excitations including phase sensitive measurements demonstrate the potential of NRSE to resolve line shapes, which are non-Lorentzian, opening up a new and hitherto unexplored class of experiments for the NRSE method beyond standard linewidth measurements. The particular advantage of NRSE is its direct access to the correlations in the time domain without convolution with the resolution function of the background spectrometer. This application of NRSE is very promising and establishes a basis for further experiments on different systems, since the results for Cu(NO3)2. 2.5 D2O are applicable to a broad range of quantum systems.

  2. Anomalous Tunnel Magnetoresistance and Spin Transfer Torque in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions with Embedded Nanoparticles

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    Useinov, Arthur; Ye, Lin-Xiu; Useinov, Niazbeck; Wu, Te-Ho; Lai, Chih-Huang

    2015-12-01

    The tunnel magnetoresistance (TMR) in the magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) with embedded nanoparticles (NPs) was calculated in range of the quantum-ballistic model. The simulation was performed for electron tunneling through the insulating layer with embedded magnetic and non-magnetic NPs within the approach of the double barrier subsystem connected in parallel to the single barrier one. This model can be applied for both MTJs with in-plane magnetization and perpendicular one. We also calculated the in-plane component of the spin transfer torque (STT) versus the applied voltage in MTJs with magnetic NPs and determined that its value can be much larger than in single barrier system (SBS) for the same tunneling thickness. The reported simulation reproduces experimental data of the TMR suppression and peak-like TMR anomalies at low voltages available in leterature.

  3. Giant gap quantum spin Hall effect and valley-polarized quantum anomalous Hall effect in cyanided bismuth bilayers

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    Ji, Wei-xiao; Zhang, Chang-wen; Ding, Meng; Zhang, Bao-min; Li, Ping; Li, Feng; Ren, Miao-juan; Wang, Pei-ji; Zhang, Run-wu; Hu, Shu-jun; Yan, Shi-shen

    2016-08-01

    Bismuth (Bi) has attracted a great deal of attention for its strongest spin–orbit coupling (SOC) strength among main group elements. Although quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) state is predicted in half-hydrogenated Bi honeycomb monolayers Bi2H, the experimental results are still missing. Halogen atoms (X = F, Cl and Br) were also frequently used as modifications, but Bi2X films show a frustrating metallic character that masks the QAH effects. Here, first-principle calculations are performed to predict the full-cyanided bismuthene (Bi2(CN)2) as 2D topological insulator supporting quantum spin Hall state with a record large gap up to 1.10 eV, and more importantly, half-cyanogen saturated bismuthene (Bi2(CN)) as a Chern insulator supporting a valley-polarized QAH state, with a Curie temperature to be 164 K, as well as a large gap reaching 0.348 eV which could be further tuned by bi-axial strain and SOC strength. Our findings provide an appropriate and flexible material family candidate for spintronic and valleytronic devices.

  4. Electron-spin dynamics in elliptically polarized light waves

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    Bauke, H.; Ahrens, S.; Grobe, R.

    2014-01-01

    We investigate the coupling of the spin angular momentum of light beams with elliptical polarization to the spin degree of freedom of free electrons. It is shown that this coupling, which is of similar origin as the well-known spin-orbit coupling, can lead to spin precession. The spin-precession frequency is proportional to the product of the laser-field's intensity and its spin density. The electron-spin dynamics is analyzed by employing exact numerical methods as well as time-dependent pert...

  5. Spin-wave excitation by direct current in obliquely magnetized nanostructures

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    Rodríguez-Suárez, R. L.; Azevedo, A.; de Aguiar, F. M.; Rezende, S. M.

    2009-09-01

    The magnetization dynamics of magnetic nanostructures magnetized at an arbitrary out-of-plane angle is investigated with the spin-wave formalism. The magnetic excitations driven by a spin-polarized direct current are considered to be standing spin-wave modes appropriate for nanopillar structures. The spin waves grow exponentially above a certain critical value of the current density and their post-threshold nonlinear dynamics leads to magnetization oscillations in the microwave range. Due to demagnetizing fields, the current-driven excitation strongly depends on the direction of the applied external magnetic field. In order to calculate the microwave oscillation frequency we derive an equation of motion for the spin-wave amplitude as a function of the out-of-plane angle of the applied field. The results are compared with recent experimental data as well as with another theoretical approach.

  6. Generation of coherent spin-wave modes in yttrium iron garnet microdiscs by spin-orbit torque.

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    Collet, M; de Milly, X; d'Allivy Kelly, O; Naletov, V V; Bernard, R; Bortolotti, P; Ben Youssef, J; Demidov, V E; Demokritov, S O; Prieto, J L; Muñoz, M; Cros, V; Anane, A; de Loubens, G; Klein, O

    2016-01-01

    In recent years, spin-orbit effects have been widely used to produce and detect spin currents in spintronic devices. The peculiar symmetry of the spin Hall effect allows creation of a spin accumulation at the interface between a metal with strong spin-orbit interaction and a magnetic insulator, which can lead to a net pure spin current flowing from the metal into the insulator. This spin current applies a torque on the magnetization, which can eventually be driven into steady motion. Tailoring this experiment on extended films has proven to be elusive, probably due to mode competition. This requires the reduction of both the thickness and lateral size to reach full damping compensation. Here we show clear evidence of coherent spin-orbit torque-induced auto-oscillation in micron-sized yttrium iron garnet discs of thickness 20 nm. Our results emphasize the key role of quasi-degenerate spin-wave modes, which increase the threshold current. PMID:26815737

  7. Spin-electron acoustic waves: Linear and nonlinear regimes, and applications

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    Andreev, Pavel

    2015-11-01

    Considering the spin-up and spin-down electrons as two different fluids we find corresponding hydrodynamic and kinetic equations from the Pauli equation. We find different pressure the spin-up and spin-down electrons due to different concentrations of electrons in the magnetized electron gas. This difference leads to existence of new branches of linear longitudinal waves propagating with small damping. These waves are called the spin-electron acoustic waves (SEAWs) due to linear dispersion dependence at small wave vectors. We obtain two waves at oblique propagation and one wave at propagation parallel or perpendicular to the external magnetic field. Dispersion dependences of these waves are calculated. Contribution of the Coulomb exchange interaction is included in the model and spectrums. Area of existence of nonlinear SEAWs appearing as a spin-electron acoustic soliton is found for the regime of wave propagation parallel to the external magnetic field. It is obtained that the SEAWs lead to formation of the Cooper pairs. This application of our results to the superconductivity phenomenon reveals in a model of the high-temperature superconductivity with the transition temperatures up to 300 K.

  8. Spin waves in the soft layer of exchange-coupled soft/hard bilayers

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    Zheng-min Xiong

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available The magnetic dynamical properties of the soft layer in exchange-coupled soft/hard bilayers have been investigated numerically using a one-dimensional atomic chain model. The frequencies and spatial profiles of spin wave eigenmodes are calculated during the magnetization reversal process of the soft layer. The spin wave modes exhibit a spatially modulated amplitude, which is especially evident for high-order modes. A dynamic pinning effect of surface magnetic moment is observed. The spin wave eigenfrequency decreases linearly with the increase of the magnetic field in the uniformly magnetized state and increases nonlinearly with field when spiral magnetization configuration is formed in the soft layer.

  9. Non-resonant wave front reversal of spin waves used for microwave signal processing

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    Vasyuchka, V I; Chumak, A V; Hillebrands, B [Fachbereich Physik and Forschungszentrum OPTIMAS, Technische Universitaet Kaiserslautern, 67663 Kaiserslautern (Germany); Melkov, G A; Moiseienko, V A [Department of Radiophysics, National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev, 01033 Kiev (Ukraine); Slavin, A N, E-mail: vasyuchka@physik.uni-kl.d [Department of Physics, Oakland University, Rochester, MI 48309 (United States)

    2010-08-18

    It is demonstrated that non-resonant ({omega}{sub s} {ne} {omega}{sub p}/2) wave front reversal (WFR) of spin-wave pulses (carrier frequency {omega}{sub s}) caused by pulsed parametric pumping (carrier frequency {omega}{sub p}) can be effectively used for microwave signal processing. When the spectral width {Omega}{sub s} of the signal is wider than the frequency band {Omega}{sub p} of signal amplification by pumping ({Omega}{sub s} >> {Omega}{sub p}), the non-resonant WFR can be used for the analysis of the signal spectrum. In the opposite case ({Omega}{sub s} << {Omega}{sub p}) the non-resonant WFR can be used for active (with amplification) filtering of the input signal.

  10. Neutron-Scattering Study of Spin Waves in the Ferrimagnet RbNiF3

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    Als-Nielsen, Jens Aage; Birgeneau, R. J.; Guggenheim, H. J.

    1972-01-01

    RbNiF3 is a transparent hexagonal ferrimagnet with Tc=133°K. Below Tc the Ni++ magnetic moments are aligned collinearly in ferromagnetic hexagonal sheets with a stacking sequence of these planes BBABBA such that the A spins are antiparallel to the B spins. This magnetic structure is determined...... by a 180° antiferromagnetic exchange between nearest-neighbor A, B spins and a 90° ferromagnetic exchange between nearest-neighbor B spins. In this paper we report a detailed inelastic-neutron-scattering study of the spin waves in RbNiF3 both at low temperatures and through Tc. The magnetic unit cell...

  11. Inverse spin Hall effect by spin injection

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    Liu, S. Y.; Horing, Norman J. M.; Lei, X. L.

    2007-09-01

    Motivated by a recent experiment [S. O. Valenzuela and M. Tinkham, Nature (London) 442, 176 (2006)], the authors present a quantitative microscopic theory to investigate the inverse spin-Hall effect with spin injection into aluminum considering both intrinsic and extrinsic spin-orbit couplings using the orthogonalized-plane-wave method. Their theoretical results are in good agreement with the experimental data. It is also clear that the magnitude of the anomalous Hall resistivity is mainly due to contributions from extrinsic skew scattering.

  12. Partial Wave Analysis of Scattering with Nonlocal Aharonov-Bohm Effect and Anomalous Cross Section induced by Quantum Interference

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    Lin, D H

    2003-01-01

    Partial wave theory of a three dmensional scattering problem for an arbitray short range potential and a nonlocal Aharonov-Bohm magnetic flux is established. The scattering process of a ``hard shere'' like potential and the magnetic flux is examined. An anomalous total cross section is revealed at the specific quantized magnetic flux at low energy which helps explain the composite fermion and boson model in the fractional quantum Hall effect. Since the nonlocal quantum interference of magnetic flux on the charged particles is universal, the nonlocal effect is expected to appear in quite general potential system and will be useful in understanding some other phenomena in mesoscopic phyiscs.

  13. Electron-spin dynamics in elliptically polarized light waves

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    Bauke, Heiko; Grobe, Rainer

    2014-01-01

    We investigate the coupling of the spin angular momentum of light beams with elliptical polarization to the spin degree of freedom of free electrons. It is shown that this coupling, which is of similar origin as the well-known spin-orbit coupling, can lead to spin precession. The spin-precession frequency is proportional to the product of the laser-field's intensity and its spin density. The electron-spin dynamics is analyzed by employing exact numerical methods as well as time-dependent perturbation theory based on the fully relativistic Dirac equation and on the nonrelativistic Pauli equation that is amended by a relativistic correction that accounts for the light's spin density.

  14. Electron-spin dynamics in elliptically polarized light waves

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    Bauke, Heiko; Ahrens, Sven; Grobe, Rainer

    2014-11-01

    We investigate the coupling of the spin angular momentum of light beams with elliptical polarization to the spin degree of freedom of free electrons. It is shown that this coupling, which is of similar origin as the well-known spin-orbit coupling, can lead to spin precession. The spin-precession frequency is proportional to the product of the laser field's intensity and its spin density. The electron-spin dynamics is analyzed by employing exact numerical methods as well as time-dependent perturbation theory based on the fully relativistic Dirac equation and on the nonrelativistic Pauli equation that is amended by a relativistic correction that accounts for the light's spin density.

  15. Angle-resolved spin wave band diagrams of square antidot lattices studied by Brillouin light scattering

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    Gubbiotti, G.; Tacchi, S. [Istituto Officina dei Materiali del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IOM-CNR), Sede di Perugia, c/o Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia, Via A. Pascoli, I-06123 Perugia (Italy); Montoncello, F.; Giovannini, L. [Dipartimento di Fisica e Scienze della Terra, Università di Ferrara, Via G. Saragat 1, I-44122 Ferrara (Italy); Madami, M.; Carlotti, G. [Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia, Università di Perugia, Via A. Pascoli, I-06123 Perugia (Italy); Ding, J.; Adeyeye, A. O. [Information Storage Materials Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore 117576 (Singapore)

    2015-06-29

    The Brillouin light scattering technique has been exploited to study the angle-resolved spin wave band diagrams of squared Permalloy antidot lattice. Frequency dispersion of spin waves has been measured for a set of fixed wave vector magnitudes, while varying the wave vector in-plane orientation with respect to the applied magnetic field. The magnonic band gap between the two most dispersive modes exhibits a minimum value at an angular position, which exclusively depends on the product between the selected wave vector magnitude and the lattice constant of the array. The experimental data are in very good agreement with predictions obtained by dynamical matrix method calculations. The presented results are relevant for magnonic devices where the antidot lattice, acting as a diffraction grating, is exploited to achieve multidirectional spin wave emission.

  16. Stability of standing spin wave in permalloy thin film studied by anisotropic magnetoresistance effect

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    Yamanoi, K.; Yokotani, Y. [Department of Physics, Kyushu University, 6-10-1 Hakozaki, Fukuoka 812-8581 (Japan); Cui, X. [Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University, 744 Motooka, Fukuoka 819-0395 (Japan); Yakata, S. [Department of Information Electronics, Fukuoka Institute of Technology, 3-30-1 Wajiro-higashi, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka 811-0295 (Japan); Kimura, T., E-mail: t-kimu@phys.kyushu-u.ac.jp [Department of Physics, Kyushu University, 6-10-1 Hakozaki, Fukuoka 812-8581 (Japan); Research Center for Quantum Nano-Spin Sciences, Kyushu University, 6-10-1 Hakozaki, Fukuoka 812-8581 (Japan)

    2015-12-21

    We have investigated the stability for the resonant spin precession under the strong microwave magnetic field by a specially developed detection method using the anisotropic magnetoresistance effect. The electrically separated excitation and detection circuits enable us to investigate the influence of the heating effect and the nonuniform spin dynamics independently. The large detecting current is found to induce the field shift of the resonant spectra because of the Joule heating. From the microwave power dependence, we found that the linear response regime for the standing spin wave is larger than that for the ferromagnetic resonance. This robust characteristic of the standing spin wave is an important advantage for the high power operation of the spin-wave device.

  17. Stability of standing spin wave in permalloy thin film studied by anisotropic magnetoresistance effect

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    Yamanoi, K.; Yokotani, Y.; Cui, X.; Yakata, S.; Kimura, T.

    2015-12-01

    We have investigated the stability for the resonant spin precession under the strong microwave magnetic field by a specially developed detection method using the anisotropic magnetoresistance effect. The electrically separated excitation and detection circuits enable us to investigate the influence of the heating effect and the nonuniform spin dynamics independently. The large detecting current is found to induce the field shift of the resonant spectra because of the Joule heating. From the microwave power dependence, we found that the linear response regime for the standing spin wave is larger than that for the ferromagnetic resonance. This robust characteristic of the standing spin wave is an important advantage for the high power operation of the spin-wave device.

  18. Spin waves and unidirectional anisotropy in ultra thin ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic bilayer

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    H. Moradi

    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available   In this paper a simple model calculation of spin wave is given for the ferromagtic layer in ultra thin ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic bilayer. In this model the magnetic layer is assumed as an isolated layer but the effect of antiferromagnetic layer on ferromagnetic layer and unidirectional anisotropy, is given in the effective field applied on each spin. The thin layer is assumed as two-dimensional plate. In this model the exchange coupling and dipoles interactions are assumed in the ferromagnetic layer. The spin wave frequencies are calculated for long spin waves. The observed data is fitted into this theory. In the light of this theory, important information can be obtained about the existing fields in the ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic bilayer. These studies are very important because the ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic bilayer is used in sensors and spin valves that are used in reading data from the hard-disk of computer.

  19. On equation of state for the "thermal" part of the spin current: Pauli principle contribution in the spin wave spectrum in cold fermion system

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    Andreev, Pavel A.; Kuz'menkov, L. S.

    2015-01-01

    Spin evolution opened a large field in quantum plasma research. The spin waves in plasmas were considered among new phenomena considered in spin-1/2 quantum plasmas. The spin density evolution equation found by means of the many-particle quantum hydrodynamics shows existence of the "thermal" part of the spin current, which is an analog of the thermal pressure, or the Fermi pressure for degenerate electron gas, existing in the Euler equation. However, this term has been dropped, since there ha...

  20. Transverse azimuthal dephasing of vortex spin wave in a hot atomic gas

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    Shi, Shuai; Zhang, Wei; Zhou, Zhi-Yuan; Dong, Ming-Xin; Liu, Shi-Long; Shi, Bao-Sen; Guo, Guang-Can

    2016-01-01

    Optical fields with orbital angular momentum (OAM) interact with medium have many remarkable properties with its unique azimuthal phase, showing many potential applications in high capacity information processing, high precision measurement etc. The dephasing mechanics of optical fields with OAM in an interface between light and matter plays a vital role in many areas of physics. In this work, we study the transverse azimuthal dephasing of OAM spin wave in a hot atomic gas via OAM storage. The transverse azimuthal phase difference between the control and probe beams is mapped onto the spin wave, which essentially results in dephasing of atomic spin wave. The dephasing of OAM spin wave can be controlled by the parameters of OAM topological charge and beam waist. Our results are helpful for studying OAM light interaction with matter, maybe hold a promise in OAM-based quantum information processing.

  1. Spin-wave excitations and magnetism of sputtered Fe/Au multilayers

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    M LASSRI; H SALHI; R MOUBAH; H LASSRI

    2016-08-01

    The spin-wave excitations and the magnetism of Fe/Au multilayers with different Fe thicknesses (tFe) grown by RF sputtering were investigated. The temperature dependence of spontaneous magnetization is well described by a T$_{3/2}$ law in all multilayers in the temperature range of 5–300 K. Spin-wave theory has been used to explain the temperature dependence of the spontaneous magnetization and the approximate values for the exchangeinteractions for various $t_{\\rm Fe}$ were obtained. The spin-wave constant $B$ was found to increase linearly with the inverse in the Fe thickness ($1/t_{\\rm Fe}$). Using the ferromagnetic resonance technique, the change of the anisotropy field $H_K$ as a function of $1/t_{\\rm Fe}$ was deduced. The spatial distributions of the discrete spin-wave modes were calculated. All theextracted results were in agreement with those determined experimentally and found in the literature.

  2. Spin-wave propagation steered by electric field modulated exchange interaction.

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    Wang, Sheng; Guan, Xiawei; Cheng, Xiaomin; Lian, Chen; Huang, Ting; Miao, Xiangshui

    2016-01-01

    Combined ab initio and micromagnetic simulations are carried out to demonstrate the feasibility on the electrical manipulation of spin-wave propagation in ultrathin Fe films. It is discovered that the exchange interaction can be substantially weakened under the influence of electric field applied perpendicular to the magnetic film surface. Furthermore, we demonstrate that the electric field modified exchange constant could effectively control the propagation of spin waves. To be specific, an external applied electric field of 5 V/nm can effectively weaken exchange interaction by 80% and is sufficient to induce nearly twofold change of the wavenumber. This discovery may open a door to energy-efficient local manipulation of the spin wave propagation utilizing electric fields, which is crucial for both fundamental research and spin wave based logic applications. PMID:27587083

  3. Generation of propagating spin waves from regions of increased dynamic demagnetising field near magnetic antidots

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    Davies, C. S., E-mail: csd203@exeter.ac.uk; Kruglyak, V. V. [School of Physics, University of Exeter, Stocker Road, Exeter EX4 4QL (United Kingdom); Sadovnikov, A. V.; Nikitov, S. A. [Laboratory “Metamaterials,” Saratov State University, Saratov 410012 (Russian Federation); Kotel' nikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 125009 (Russian Federation); Grishin, S. V.; Sharaevskii, Yu. P. [Laboratory “Metamaterials,” Saratov State University, Saratov 410012 (Russian Federation)

    2015-10-19

    We have used Brillouin Light Scattering and micromagnetic simulations to demonstrate a point-like source of spin waves created by the inherently nonuniform internal magnetic field in the vicinity of an isolated antidot formed in a continuous film of yttrium-iron-garnet. The field nonuniformity ensures that only well-defined regions near the antidot respond in resonance to a continuous excitation of the entire sample with a harmonic microwave field. The resonantly excited parts of the sample then served as reconfigurable sources of spin waves propagating (across the considered sample) in the form of caustic beams. Our findings are relevant to further development of magnonic circuits, in which point-like spin wave stimuli could be required, and as a building block for interpretation of spin wave behavior in magnonic crystals formed by antidot arrays.

  4. Interactions, disorder and spin waves in quantum Hall ferromagnets near integer filling

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    Rapsch, S

    2001-01-01

    dynamics is discussed in chapter 5 and employed to study spin waves in a domain wall structure. A hydrodynamic theory of spin waves is used to treat long-wavelength excitations of randomly disordered quantum Hall ferromagnets. Finally, the contribution of spin waves to the optical conductivity is studied in chapter 6. Predictions are made for the experimental signatures of spin waves in disordered quantum Hall systems. The observability of these signatures is discussed both for transport measurements and NMR experiments. The interplay between exchange interactions and disorder is studied in quantum Hall ferromagnets near integer filling. Both analytical and numerical methods are used to investigate a non-linear sigma model of these systems in the limit of vanishing Zeeman coupling and at zero temperature. Chapter 1 gives an introduction to the quantum Hall effect and to quantum Hall ferromagnets in particular. A brief review of existing work on disordered quantum Hall systems is included. In chapters 2-4, the...

  5. Charge and spin currents in normal metal sandwiched by tow p-wave

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    Y Rahnavard

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available Charge and spin transport properties of a clean $SNS$ Josephson junction (triplet superconductor-normal metal-triplet superconductor are studied using the quasiclassical Eilenberger equation of Green’s function. Our system consists of two p-wave superconducting crystals separated by a Copper nano layer. Effects of thickness of normal layer between superconductors on the spin and charge currents are investigated. Also misorientation between triplet superconductors which creates the spin current is another subject of this paper.

  6. Relativistic precession and spin dynamics of an elliptic Rydberg wave packet

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    Rozmej, P.; Turek, M.; Arvieu, R.; Averbukh, I.S.

    2002-01-01

    Time evolution of wave packets built from the eigenstates of the Dirac equation for a hydrogenic system is considered. We investigate the space and spin motion of wave packets which, in the non-relativistic limit, are stationary states with a probability density distributed uniformly along the classical, elliptical orbit (elliptic WP). We show that the precession of such a WP, due to relativistic corrections to the energy eigenvalues, is strongly correlated with the spin motion. We show also ...

  7. Magnetic Spin Waves in CsNiF3 with an Applied Field

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    Steiner, M.; Kjems, Jørgen

    1977-01-01

    The spin wave dispersion in the planar 1D ferromagnet CsNiF3 has been measured by inelastic neutron scattering in an external field. The spin wave linewidths are found to decrease with increasing field and become resolution-limited for H>10 kG at 4.2K. At high fields, H>10 kG, both energies and i...

  8. Spin annihilations of and spin sifters for transverse electric and transverse magnetic waves in co- and counter-rotations

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    Hyoung-In Lee

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available This study is motivated in part to better understand multiplexing in wireless communications, which employs photons carrying varying angular momenta. In particular, we examine both transverse electric (TE and transverse magnetic (TM waves in either co-rotations or counter-rotations. To this goal, we analyze both Poynting-vector flows and orbital and spin parts of the energy flow density for the combined fields. Consequently, we find not only enhancements but also cancellations between the two modes. To our surprise, the photon spins in the azimuthal direction exhibit a complete annihilation for the counter-rotational case even if the intensities of the colliding waves are of different magnitudes. In contrast, the orbital flow density disappears only if the two intensities satisfy a certain ratio. In addition, the concepts of spin sifters and enantiomer sorting are illustrated.

  9. Assessing the Detectability of Gravitational Waves from Coalescing Binary Black Holes with Precessing Spin

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    Frederick, Sara; Privitera, Stephen; Weinstein, Alan J.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration

    2015-01-01

    The Advanced LIGO and Virgo gravitational wave detectors will come online within the year and are expected to outperform the strain sensitivity of initial LIGO/Virgo detectors by an order of magnitude and operate with greater bandwidth, possibly to frequencies as low as 10 Hz. Coalescing binary black holes (BBH) are anticipated to be among the most likely sources of gravitational radiation observable by the detectors. Searches for such systems benefit greatly from the use of accurate predictions for the gravitational wave signal to filter the data. The component black holes of these systems are predicted to have substantial spin, which greatly influences the gravitational waveforms from these sources; however, recent LIGO/Virgo searches have made use of banks of waveform models which neglect the effects of the component spins. The inclusion of spinning components is relatively simplified when the spins are taken to be aligned with the orbital angular momentum, though the difficult task of including precession (allowing for mis-aligned component spins) remains a goal of this work. We aim to assess the ability of the GSTLAL gravitational wave search pipeline using IMR aligned-spin template waveforms to recover signals from generically spinning black hole binaries injected into simulated Advanced LIGO and Virgo detector noise. If black holes are highly spinning as predicted, use of aligned-spin template banks in upcoming searches could increase the detection rate of these systems in Advanced LIGO and Virgo data, providing the opportunity for a deeper understanding of the sources.

  10. Non-resonant parametric restoration of microwave spin-wave signals in YIG films

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    Schaefer, Sebastian; Chumak, Andrii V.; Serga, Alexander A.; Hillebrands, Burkard [FB Physik and FSP MINAS, TU Kaiserslautern, 67663 Kaiserslautern (Germany)

    2008-07-01

    We report on the storage and restoration of spin-wave pulses in a thin Yttrium-iron-garnet (YIG) film. A Damon-Eshbach (DE) type spin-wave pulse is irradiated by a microstrip antenna and excites perpendicular standing spin-wave modes (PSSW), existing due to the finite thickness of the film. Those modes are excited, where the crossing of DE and PSSW dispersions leads to a hybridization of both groups of magnons. After the DE pulse has left the area of interest, energy is provided to the magnonic system with the means of parallel parametric pumping. Here we focus on the dependence of the characteristics of recovered traveling spin-wave pulses on the intensity of the input microwave spin-wave signal for the non-resonant case where the pumping frequency does not match exactly twice the carrier frequency of the original DE mode. This enables the investigation of spectral characteristics of the input microwave spin-wave signal and is a basic step in order to understand the influence of the thermal bath and increasing of the thermal noise for the interaction between the magnon system and a parametric pumping field.

  11. Doppler effect in a solid medium: Spin wave emission by a precessing domain wall drifting in spin current

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    Xia, Hong; Chen, Jie; Zeng, Xiaoyan; Yan, Ming

    2016-04-01

    The Doppler effect is a fundamental physical phenomenon observed for waves propagating in vacuum or various media, commonly gaseous or liquid. Here, we report on the occurrence of a Doppler effect in a solid medium. Instead of a real object, a topological soliton, i.e., a magnetic domain wall (DW) traveling in a current-carrying ferromagnetic nanowire, plays the role of the moving wave source. The Larmor precession of the DW in an external field stimulates emission of monochromatic spin waves (SWs) during its motion, which show a significant Doppler effect, comparable to the acoustic one of a train whistle. This process involves two prominent spin-transfer-torque effects simultaneously, the current-driven DW motion and the current-induced SW Doppler shift. The latter gives rise to an interesting feature, i.e., the observed SW Doppler effect appears resulting from a stationary source and a moving observer, contrary to the laboratory frame.

  12. Transmission of spin waves in ordered FeRh epitaxial thin films

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    Usami, Takamasa; Suzuki, Ippei; Itoh, Mitsuru; Taniyama, Tomoyasu

    2016-06-01

    We report on B2-ordering dependence of magnetostatic surface spin waves in ferromagnetic FeRh at room temperature. Spin waves transmit over a distance longer than 21 μm in highly ordered FeRh alloys even with relatively large spin-orbit interaction. The long-range transmission likely arises from the induced Rh moments of the ordered FeRh due to ferromagnetic exchange interaction between Fe and Rh. The results indicate a potential of using FeRh in spintronic and magnonic applications by integrating with other fascinating magnetic characteristics of FeRh such as electric field induced magnetic phase transition.

  13. Transmission of spin waves in ordered FeRh epitaxial thin films

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    Usami, Takamasa; Suzuki, Ippei; Itoh, Mitsuru; Taniyama, Tomoyasu

    2016-01-01

    We report on B2-ordering dependence of magnetostatic surface spin waves in ferromagnetic FeRh at room temperature. Spin waves transmit over a distance longer than 21 {\\mu}m in highly ordered FeRh alloys even with relatively large spin-orbit interaction. The long-range transmission likely arises from the induced Rh moments of the ordered FeRh due to ferromagnetic exchange interaction between Fe and Rh. The results indicate a potential of using FeRh in spintronic and magnonic applications by in...

  14. Spin-Wave Theory for the Dynamics Induced by Direct Currents in Magnetic Multilayers

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    Rezende, S. M.; de Aguiar, F. M.; Azevedo, A.

    2005-01-01

    A spin-wave theory is presented for the magnetization dynamics in a ferromagnetic film that is traversed by spin-polarized carriers at high direct-current densities. It is shown that nonlinear effects due to four-magnon interactions arising from dipolar and surface anisotropy energies limit the growth of the driven spin wave and produce shifts in the microwave frequency oscillations. The theory explains quantitatively recent experimental results in nanometric point contacts onto magnetic multilayers showing downward frequency shifts (redshifts) with increasing current, if the external field is on the film plane, and upward shifts (blueshifts), if the field is perpendicular to the film.

  15. Spin wave excitations in AFe1.5Se2 (A = K, Tl): analytical study

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    By generalizing the equation of motion method, we can analytically solve the spin wave excitations for the intercalated ternary iron-selenide AFe1.5Se2 (A = K, Tl) in a complex 4 × 2 collinear antiferromagnetic order. It is found that there are one acoustic branch (gapless Goldstone mode) and two gapful optical branches of spin wave excitations with each in double degeneracy. By examining the non-imaginary excitation frequency condition, we can determine the corresponding phase boundary. The exchange couplings between Fe moments in AFe1.5Se2 are derived based on the first-principles total energy calculations. The Fe spin is found to be S= 3/2 through computing the antiferromagnetic quantum fluctuation. It is also found that a very small spin-orientation anisotropy can remarkably suppress the antiferromagnetic quantum fluctuation. The spin dynamical structure factors are calculated and discussed in association with neutron inelastic scattering experiment.

  16. Spin-electron acoustic waves: The Landau damping and ion contribution in the spectrum

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    Andreev, Pavel A.

    2016-06-01

    Separated spin-up and spin-down quantum kinetics is derived for more detailed research of the spin-electron acoustic waves (SEAWs). This kinetic theory allows us to obtain the spectrum of the SEAWs including the effects of occupation of quantum states more accurately than the quantum hydrodynamic theory. We derive and apply the quantum kinetic theory to calculate the Landau damping of the SEAWs. We consider the contribution of ions dynamics into the SEAW spectrum. We obtain the contribution of ions in the Landau damping in the temperature regime of classic ions. Kinetic analysis for the ion-acoustic, zero sound, and Langmuir waves at the separated spin-up and spin-down electron dynamics is presented as well.

  17. Spin and Polarization Waves in a System of Paramagnetic Particles with AN Intrinsic Dipole Moment

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    Trukhanova, M. I.

    We explicate a derivation of a general system of quantum hydrodynamics (QHD) equations for the study of the non-equilibrium processes. Fundamental QHD equations for neutral paramagnetic particles with the own electric dipole moment (EDM) were derived from the many-particle Schrodinger equation. The fact that the influence of spin-spin, dipole-dipole and spin-orbital interaction between particles was taken into account. The problem of definition of spin-waves and polarization waves spectrum in 2D system for the molecules with intrinsic magnetic moments (IMM) and EDM were theoretically investigated and solved for the system of nitric oxide gas in the external electromagnetic fields. The polarization dynamics in system of neutral magnetic and polarized particles is shown to cause formation of a new type of waves as well as changes in the dispersion characteristics of already known waves. Moreover we found the contribution of spin-orbital interaction between gas particles to the elementary excitations and shown that spin-orbital interaction leads to the emergence of magnetization and polarization waves.

  18. Anomalous Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves in Anisotropic Media with a Unique Dispersion Relation

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    SHU Wei-Xing; LUO Hai-Lu; LI Fei; REN Zhong-Zhou

    2006-01-01

    @@ We investigate the propagation of electromagnetic waves at the interface between an isotropic material and the anisotropic medium with a unique dispersion relation. We show that the refraction behaviour of E-polarized waves is opposite to that of H-polarized waves, though the dispersion relations for E- and H-polarized waves are the same. It is found that waves exhibit different propagation properties in anisotropic media with different sign combinations of the permittivity and permeability tensors. Some interesting properties of propagation are also found in the special anisotropic media, leading to potential applications.

  19. Short-range spin- and pair-correlations : a variational wave-function

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    van der Marel, D

    2004-01-01

    A many-body wave-function is postulated, which is sufficiently general to describe superconducting pair-correlations, and/or spin-correlations, which can occur either as long-range order or as finite-range correlations. The proposed wave-function appears to summarize some of the more relevant aspect

  20. Self-generation and management of spin-electromagnetic wave solitons and chaos

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    Ustinov, Alexey B.; Kondrashov, Alexandr V.; Nikitin, Andrey A.; Kalinikos, Boris A. [Department of Physical Electronics and Technology, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg 197376 (Russian Federation)

    2014-06-09

    Self-generation of microwave spin-electromagnetic wave envelope solitons and chaos has been observed and studied. For the investigation, we used a feedback active ring oscillator based on artificial multiferroic, which served as a nonlinear waveguide. We show that by increasing the wave amplification in the feedback ring circuit, a transition from monochromatic auto-generation to soliton train waveform and then to dynamical chaos occurs in accordance with the Ruelle-Takens scenario. Management of spin-electromagnetic-wave solitons and chaos parameters by both dielectric permittivity and magnetic permeability of the multiferroic waveguiding structure is demonstrated.

  1. Nonreciprocity of spin waves in magnonic crystals created by surface acoustic waves in structures with yttrium iron garnet

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    Kryshtal, R.G.; Medved, A.V., E-mail: avm@ms.ire.rssi.ru

    2015-12-01

    Experimental results of investigations of nonreciprocity for surface magnetostatic spin waves (SMSW) in the magnonic crystal created by surface acoustic waves (SAW) in yttrium iron garnet films on a gallium gadolinium garnet substrate as without metallization and with aluminum films with different electrical conductivities (thicknesses) are presented. In structures without metallization, the frequency of magnonic gaps is dependent on mutual directions of propagation of the SAW and SMSW, showing nonreciprocal properties for SMSW in SAW – magnonic crystals even with the symmetrical dispersion characteristic. In metalized SAW – magnonic crystals the shift of the magnonic band gaps frequencies at the inversion of the biasing magnetic field was observed. The frequencies of magnonic band gaps as functions of SAW frequency are presented. Measured dependencies, showing the decrease of magnonic gaps frequency and the expansion of the magnonic band gap width with the decreasing of the metal film conductivity are given. Such nonreciprocal properties of the SAW – magnonic crystals are promising for signal processing in the GHz range. - Highlights: • Spin waves nonreciprocity in YIG magnonic crystals with SAW was studied. • SAW was shown to create nonreciprocity for spin waves in YIG–GGG even without metal. • Frequency and width of magnonic band gaps were measured versus metal conductivity. • Conductivity for practical use of spin waves in the structure YIG–metal was defined.

  2. Spin effect on parametric decay of oblique Langmuir wave in degenerate magneto-plasmas

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    The electron spin −1/2 effects on the parametric decay instability of oblique Langmuir wave into low-frequency electromagnetic shear Alfven wave and Left-Handed Circularly Polarized wave (LHCP) has been investigated in detail, in an electron-ion quantum plasma immersed in the uniform external magnetic field. Incorporating the quantum effects due to electron spin, Fermi pressure and Bohm potential term, the quantum magneto-hydrodynamic (QMHD) model has been used to investigate the linear and nonlinear response of the plasma species for three-wave coupling interaction in a quantum magneto-plasmas. Nonlinear dispersion relations and growth rate of the problem have been derived analytically. It has been shown that the spin of electrons has considerable effect on the growth rate of parametric instability problem even when the external magnetic field B0 is below the quantum critical magnetic field strength BQ=4.4138×1013G

  3. Dispersion characteristics of spin-electromagnetic waves in planar multiferroic structures

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    Nikitin, Andrey A.; Ustinov, Alexey B. [Department of Physical Electronics and Technology, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg 197376 (Russian Federation); Department of Mathematics and Physics, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta 53850 (Finland); Vitko, Vitaliy V.; Semenov, Alexander A.; Mironenko, Igor G. [Department of Physical Electronics and Technology, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg 197376 (Russian Federation); Belyavskiy, Pavel Yu.; Kalinikos, Boris A. [Department of Physical Electronics and Technology, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University, St. Petersburg 197376 (Russian Federation); International Laboratory “MultiferrLab,” ITMO University, St. Petersburg 197101 (Russian Federation); Stashkevich, Andrey A. [International Laboratory “MultiferrLab,” ITMO University, St. Petersburg 197101 (Russian Federation); LSPM (CNRS-UPR 3407), Université Paris 13, Sorbonne Paris Cité, 93430 Villetaneuse (France); Lähderanta, E. [Department of Mathematics and Physics, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta 53850 (Finland)

    2015-11-14

    A method of approximate boundary conditions is used to derive dispersion relations for spin-electromagnetic waves (SEWs) propagating in thin ferrite films and in multiferroic layered structures. A high accuracy of this method is proven. It was shown that the spin-electromagnetic wave propagating in the structure composed of a thin ferrite film, a thin ferroelectric film, and a slot transmission line is formed as a result of hybridization of the surface spin wave in the ferrite film and the electromagnetic wave in the slot-line. The structure demonstrates dual electric and magnetic field tunability of the SEW spectrum. The electric field tunability is provided by the thin ferroelectric film. Its efficiency increases with an increase in the thicknesses of the ferrite and ferroelectric films and with a decrease in the slot-line gap width. The theory is confirmed by experimental data.

  4. Spin-1 gravitational waves and their natural sources

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    Canfora, F.; Vilasi, G.

    2003-01-01

    Non-vacuum exact gravitational waves invariant for a non Abelian two-dimensional Lie algebra generated by two Killing fields whose commutator is of light type, are described. The polarization of these waves, already known from previous works, is related to the sources. Non vacuum exact gravitational waves admitting only one Killing field of light type are also discussed.

  5. Measuring the spin of black holes in binary systems using gravitational waves

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    Vitale, Salvatore; Veitch, John; Raymond, Vivien; Sturani, Riccardo

    2014-01-01

    Compact binary coalescences are the most promising sources of gravitational waves (GWs) for ground based detectors. Binary systems containing one or two spinning black holes are particularly interesting due to spin-orbit (and eventual spin-spin) interactions, and the opportunity of measuring spins directly through GW observations. In this letter we analyze simulated signals emitted by spinning binaries with several values of masses, spins, orientation, and signal-to-noise ratio. We find that spin magnitudes and tilt angles can be estimated to accuracy of a few percent for neutron star--black hole systems and $\\sim$ 5-30% for black hole binaries. In contrast, the difference in the azimuth angles of the spins, which may be used to check if spins are locked into resonant configurations, cannot be constrained. We observe that the best performances are obtained when the line of sight is perpendicular to the system's total angular momentum, and that a sudden change of behavior occurs when a system is observed from ...

  6. Lagrangian geometrical optics of classical vector waves and particles with spin

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    Ruiz, D. E.; Dodin, I. Y.

    2015-11-01

    Linear vector waves, both quantum and classical, experience polarization-driven bending of ray trajectories and polarization dynamics that can be interpreted as the precession of the ``wave spin.'' In this work, we present a universal Lagrangian theory that describes these effects by extending the geometrical-optics approximation to small but nonvanishing λ / l , where λ is the wavelength, and l is the characteristic inhomogeneity scale (arXiv:1503.07829; arXiv:1503.07819). When applied to classical waves, this theory correctly predicts, for example, the difference between the polarization-driven bending of left- and right-polarized electromagnetic wave rays in isotropic media (arXiv:1507.05863). When applied to quantum waves, the same general theory yields a Lagrangian point-particle model for the Dirac electron, i.e. the relativistic spin-1/2 particle. The model captures both the Bargmann-Michel-Telegdi spin precession theory and the Stern-Gerlach spin-orbital coupling theory. Moreover, we present, for the first time, a calculation of the fully relativistic ponderomotive Hamiltonian for a Dirac electron in a vacuum laser field. This Hamiltonian captures not only the usual relativistic mass shift but also spin effects. This work was supported by the DOE NNSA through contract No. DE274-FG52-08NA28553, by the U.S. DOE through Contract No. DE-AC02-09CH11466, and by DOD NDSEG fellowship through contract No. 32-CFR-168a.

  7. Compression gain of spin wave signals in a magnonic YIG waveguide with thermal non-uniformity

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    Kolokoltsev, O.; Gómez-Arista, Ivan; Qureshi, N.; Acevedo, A. [Centro de Ciencias Aplicadas y Desarrollo Tecnológico, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, CU 04510 D.F. (Mexico); Ordóñez-Romero, César L. [Instituto de Física, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, CU 04510 D.F. (Mexico); Grishin, A. [Condensed Matter Physics, Royal Institute of Technology, SE-164 40 Stockholm, Kista (Sweden)

    2015-03-01

    We report on the observation of the compression gain of the signals carried by surface spin waves (MSSWs) in yittrium iron garnet films as a result of non-uniform optical heating of the spin wave medium. Efficient gain takes place if a frequency downshift of the spin wave spectrum induced by the heating is compensated by the corresponding non-uniformity of the bias magnetic field. It is proposed that the effect can be understood in part as an interaction between spin waves and a thermally induced potential well in the sample. - Highlights: • In this manuscript we describe the case when thermal control of the magnetization profile leads to significant improvement of characteristics of a spin wave delay line element. • We believe that this technology can be used to realize reconfigurable magnonic crystals or waveguiding structures induced in the ferromagnets by scanning optic systems integrated with a semiconductor lasers. • It should be noted, in metallic systems thermal response times are of order of picoseconds.

  8. Giant nonreciprocal emission of spin waves in Ta/Py bilayers.

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    Kwon, Jae Hyun; Yoon, Jungbum; Deorani, Praveen; Lee, Jong Min; Sinha, Jaivardhan; Lee, Kyung-Jin; Hayashi, Masamitsu; Yang, Hyunsoo

    2016-07-01

    Spin waves are propagating disturbances in the magnetization of magnetic materials. One of their interesting properties is nonreciprocity, exhibiting that their amplitude depends on the magnetization direction. Nonreciprocity in spin waves is of great interest in both fundamental science and applications because it offers an extra knob to control the flow of waves for the technological fields of logics and switch applications. We show a high nonreciprocity in spin waves from Ta/Py bilayer systems with out-of-plane magnetic fields. The nonreciprocity depends on the thickness of Ta underlayer, which is found to induce an interfacial anisotropy. The origin of observed high nonreciprocity is twofold: different polarities of the in-plane magnetization due to different angles of canted out-of-plane anisotropy and the spin pumping effect at the Ta/Py interface. Our findings provide an opportunity to engineer highly efficient, nonreciprocal spin wave-based applications, such as nonreciprocal microwave devices, magnonic logic gates, and information transports. PMID:27419231

  9. Gaussian variational ansatz in the problem of anomalous sea waves: Comparison with direct numerical simulations

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    Ruban, V P

    2015-01-01

    The nonlinear dynamics of an obliquely oriented wave packet at sea surface is studied both analytically and numerically for various initial parameters of the packet, in connection with the problem of oceanic rogue waves. In the framework of Gaussian variational ansatz applied to the corresponding (1+2D) hyperbolic nonlinear Schr\\"odinger equation, a simplified Lagrangian system of differential equations is derived, which determines the evolution of coefficients of the real and imaginary quadratic forms appearing in the Gaussian. This model provides a semi-quantitative description for the process of nonlinear spatio-temporal focusing, which is one of the most probable mechanisms of rogue wave formation in random wave fields. The system is integrated in quadratures, which fact allows us to understand qualitative differences between the linear and nonlinear regimes of the focusing of wave packet. Comparison of the Gaussian model predictions with results of direct numerical simulation of fully nonlinear long-cres...

  10. Ballistic transport of spin waves incident from cobalt leads across cobalt–gadolinium alloy nanojunctions

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    Calculations are presented for the scattering and ballistic transport of spin waves (SW) incident from cobalt leads, on ultrathin ferrimagnetic cobalt–gadolinium ‥Co][Co(1−c)Gd(c)]ℓ[Co‥ nanojunction systems. The nanojunction [Co(1−c)Gd(c)]ℓ itself is a randomly disordered alloy of thickness ℓ hcp lattice planes between matching hcp planes of the Co leads, at known stable concentrations c≤0.5 for this alloy system. To compute the spin dynamics, and the SW scattering and ballistic transport, this alloy nanojunction is modeled in the virtual crystal approximation (VCA), valid in particular at the length scale of the nanojunction for submicroscopic SW wavelengths. The phase field matching theory (PFMT) is applied to compute the localized and resonant magnons on the nanojunction. These magnons, characteristic of the embedded nanostructure, propagate in its symmetry plane with spin precession amplitudes that decay or match the spin wave states in the semi-infinite leads. The eigenvectors of these magnon modes are calculated for certain cases to illustrate the spin precession configurations on the nanojunction. The VCA-PFMT approach is also used to calculate the reflection and transmission spectra for the spin waves incident from the Co leads on the nanojunction. The results demonstrate resonance assisted maxima for the ballistic SW transmission spectra due to interactions between the incident spin waves and the nanojunction magnon modes. These properties are general for variable nanojunction thicknesses and alloy stable concentrations c≤0.5. In particular, the positions of the resonance assisted maxima of spin wave transmission can be modified with nanojunction thickness and alloy concentration. - Highlights: • Model is presented for spin wave scattering at CoGd disordered alloy nanojunctions. • Computations yield the localized and resonant magnon modes on the nanojunctions. • The spin waves ballistic reflection and transmission spectra are

  11. Spin-Hall nano-oscillator with oblique magnetization and Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction as generator of skyrmions and nonreciprocal spin-waves

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    Giordano, A.; Verba, R.; Zivieri, R.; Laudani, A.; Puliafito, V.; Gubbiotti, G.; Tomasello, R.; Siracusano, G.; Azzerboni, B.; Carpentieri, M.; Slavin, A.; Finocchio, G.

    2016-01-01

    Spin-Hall oscillators (SHO) are promising sources of spin-wave signals for magnonics applications, and can serve as building blocks for magnonic logic in ultralow power computation devices. Thin magnetic layers used as “free” layers in SHO are in contact with heavy metals having large spin-orbital interaction, and, therefore, could be subject to the spin-Hall effect (SHE) and the interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction (i-DMI), which may lead to the nonreciprocity of the excited spin waves and other unusual effects. Here, we analytically and micromagnetically study magnetization dynamics excited in an SHO with oblique magnetization when the SHE and i-DMI act simultaneously. Our key results are: (i) excitation of nonreciprocal spin-waves propagating perpendicularly to the in-plane projection of the static magnetization; (ii) skyrmions generation by pure spin-current; (iii) excitation of a new spin-wave mode with a spiral spatial profile originating from a gyrotropic rotation of a dynamical skyrmion. These results demonstrate that SHOs can be used as generators of magnetic skyrmions and different types of propagating spin-waves for magnetic data storage and signal processing applications. PMID:27786261

  12. Spin-down of Pulsars, and Their Electromagnetic and Gravitational Wave Radiations

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    Yue-zhu, Zhang; Yan-yan, Fu; Yi-huan, Wei; Cheng-min, Zhang; Shao-hua, Yu; Yuan-yue, Pan; Yuan-qi, Guo; De-hua, Wang

    2016-04-01

    Pulsars posses extremely strong magnetic fields, and their magnetic axis does not coincide with their rotation axis, this causes the pulsars to emit electromagnetic radiations. Pulsars rely on their rotational energy to compensate for the energy loss caused by the electromagnetic radiation, which leads to the gradually decelerated spin of pulsars. According to the theoretical deduction, we have calculated the initial period of the Crab Nebula pulsar, and derived the period evolution of the pulsar at any time in the future under the effect of the electromagnetic radiation. Considered the possible existence of quadrupole moment in the mass distribution of a pulsar, the gravitational wave radiation will also make the pulsar spin down, hence the variation of spin period of the Crab pulsar under the effect of gravitational wave radiation is further analyzed. Finally, combining the two kinds of radiation mechanisms, the evolution of spin period of the Crab pulsar under the joint action of these two kinds of radiation mechanisms is analyzed.

  13. Spinning swimming of Volvox by tangential helical wave

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    Felderhof, B U

    2016-01-01

    The swimming of a sphere by means of tangential helical waves running along its surface is studied on the basis of the Stokes equations. Two types of tangential waves are found. The first of these is associated with a pressure disturbance and leads to a higher rate of net rotation than the second one for the same power. It is suggested that the helical waves are relevant for the rotational swimming of Volvox.

  14. Exact solution for large amplitude circularly polarized electromagnetic waves in incompressible spin quantum Hall magnetohydrodynamics

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    Asenjo, Felipe A.

    2010-01-01

    It is shown that incompressible spin quantum Hall magnetohydrodynamics allows an exact solution for the propagation of a circularly polarized electromagnetic wave. The solution is obtained assuming a condition between the fluid velocity and the magnetic field which eliminates the nonlinear terms in Maxwell equations. As a result of the coupling with spin, the propagation mode depends on the amplitude of the magnetic field. From the full solution, the limits of small and large wavenumber are s...

  15. Anomalous Wave Reflection at the Interface of Two Strongly Nonlinear Granular Media

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    Nesterenko, V. F.; Daraio, C.; Herbold, E. B.; Jin, S.

    2005-01-01

    Granular materials exhibit a strongly nonlinear behavior affecting the propagation of energy and information. Dynamically self-organized strongly nonlinear solitary waves are the main information carriers in granular chains. We report the first experimental observation of the dramatic change of solitary wave reflectivity from the interface of two granular media triggered by a magnetically induced precompression. It may be appropriate to name this phenomenon the "acoustic diode" effect. We exp...

  16. Dipole-exchange spin wave spectrum in an anisotropic ferromagnetic waveguide with a rectangular cross section

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    Grigoryeva, N. Yu.; Popov, D. A.; Kalinikos, B. A.

    2014-09-01

    A theory has been constructed that strictly describes the spectrum of dipole-exchange spin waves in an arbitrarily magnetized anisotropic ferrite waveguide with a rectangular cross section. The theory takes into account the spatial inhomogeneity of the internal magnetic field in the waveguide cross section. The influence of parameters of the ferrite waveguide on the distribution of the internal magnetic field in the waveguide cross section is analyzed. The dispersion characteristics of two waveguide types most widely used in practice are investigated. The dipole-exchange spin wave spectra calculated for a transversely magnetized waveguide are presented and the distributions of the dynamic magnetization in the waveguide cross section for several types of volume and localized spin-wave modes are constructed.

  17. Linear spin-wave study of a quantum kagome ice

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    Owerre, S. A.; Burkov, A. A.; Melko, Roger G.

    2016-04-01

    We present a large-S study of a quantum spin ice Hamiltonian, introduced by Huang et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 167203 (2014), 10.1103/PhysRevLett.112.167203], on the kagome lattice. This model involves a competition between the frustrating Ising term of classical kagome ice, a Zeeman magnetic field h , and a nearest-neighbor transverse spin-flip term SixSjx-SiySjy . Recent quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) simulations by Carrasquilla et al. [Nat. Commun. 6, 7421 (2015), 10.1038/ncomms8421], uncovered lobes of a disordered phase for large Ising interaction and h ≠0 —a putative quantum spin liquid phase. Here, we examine the nature of this model using large-S expansion. We show that the ground state properties generally have the same trends with those observed in QMC simulations. In particular, the large-S ground state phase diagram captures the existence of the disordered lobes.

  18. Spin waves in full-polarized state of Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya helimagnets: Small-angle neutron scattering study

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    Grigoriev, S. V.; Sukhanov, A. S.; Altynbaev, E. V.; Siegfried, S.-A.; Heinemann, A.; Kizhe, P.; Maleyev, S. V.

    2015-12-01

    We develop the technique to study the spin-wave dynamics of the full-polarized state of the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya helimagnets by polarized small-angle neutron scattering. We have experimentally proven that the spin-waves dispersion in this state has the anisotropic form. We show that the neutron scattering image displays a circle with a certain radius which is centered at the momentum transfer corresponding to the helix wave vector in helimagnetic phase ks, which is oriented along the applied magnetic field H . The radius of this circle is directly related to the spin-wave stiffness of this system. This scattering depends on the neutron polarization showing the one-handed nature of the spin waves in Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya helimagnets in the full-polarized phase. We show that the spin-wave stiffness A for MnSi helimagnet decreased twice as the temperature increases from zero to the critical temperature Tc.

  19. Magnetic field dependence of quantized and localized spin wave modes in thin rectangular magnetic dots

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    The magnetic field dependences of the frequencies of standing spin-wave modes in a tangentially magnetized array of thin rectangular permalloy dots (800 x 550 nm) were measured experimentally by a Brillouin light scattering technique and calculated theoretically using an approximate size-dependent quantization of the spin-wavevector components in the dipole-exchange dispersion equation for spin waves propagating in a continuous magnetic film. It was found that the inhomogeneous internal bias magnetic field of the dot has a strong influence on the profiles of the lowest spin-wave standing modes. In addition, the dynamic magnetization distributions found for both longitudinally and transversely magnetized long magnetic stripes gives a good approximation for mode distributions in a rectangular dot magnetized along one of its in-plane sides. An approximate analytic theory of exchange-dominated spin-wave modes, strongly localized along the dot edge that is perpendicular to the bias magnetic field, is developed. A good quantitative agreement with the results of the BLS experiment is found

  20. Magnonic band structure, complete bandgap, and collective spin wave excitation in nanoscale two-dimensional magnonic crystals

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    Kumar, D.; Barman, A., E-mail: abarman@bose.res.in [Thematic Unit of Excellence on Nanodevice Technology, Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Material Sciences, S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Block JD, Sector III, Salt Lake, Kolkata 700 098 (India); Kłos, J. W.; Krawczyk, M. [Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Umultowska 85, Poznań 61-614 (Poland)

    2014-01-28

    We present the observation of a complete bandgap and collective spin wave excitation in two-dimensional magnonic crystals comprised of arrays of nanoscale antidots and nanodots, respectively. Considering that the frequencies dealt with here fall in the microwave band, these findings can be used for the development of suitable magnonic metamaterials and spin wave based signal processing. We also present the application of a numerical procedure, to compute the dispersion relations of spin waves for any high symmetry direction in the first Brillouin zone. The results obtained from this procedure have been reproduced and verified by the well established plane wave method for an antidot lattice, when magnetization dynamics at antidot boundaries are pinned. The micromagnetic simulation based method can also be used to obtain iso–frequency contours of spin waves. Iso–frequency contours are analogous of the Fermi surfaces and hence, they have the potential to radicalize our understanding of spin wave dynamics. The physical origin of bands, partial and full magnonic bandgaps have been explained by plotting the spatial distribution of spin wave energy spectral density. Although, unfettered by rigid assumptions and approximations, which afflict most analytical methods used in the study of spin wave dynamics, micromagnetic simulations tend to be computationally demanding. Thus, the observation of collective spin wave excitation in the case of nanodot arrays, which can obviate the need to perform simulations, may also prove to be valuable.

  1. Statistical mechanics of magnetic excitations from spin waves to stripes and checkerboards

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    Rastelli, Enrico

    2013-01-01

    The aim of this advanced textbook is to provide the reader with a comprehensive explanation of the ground state configurations, the spin wave excitations and the equilibrium properties of spin lattices described by the Ising-Heisenberg Hamiltonians in the presence of short (exchange) and long range (dipole) interactions.The arguments are presented in such detail so as to enable advanced undergraduate and graduate students to cross the threshold of active research in magnetism by using both analytic calculations and Monte Carlo simulations.Recent results about unorthodox spin configurations suc

  2. Can we measure individual black-hole spins from gravitational-wave observations?

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    Pürrer, Michael; Hannam, Mark; Ohme, Frank

    2016-04-01

    Measurements of black-hole spins from gravitational-wave observations of black-hole binaries with ground-based detectors are known to be hampered by partial degeneracies in the gravitational-wave phasing: between the two component spins, and between the spins and the binary's mass ratio, at least for signals that are dominated by the binary's inspiral. Through the merger and ringdown, however, a different set of degeneracies apply. This suggests the possibility that, if the inspiral, merger and ringdown are all within the sensitive frequency band of a detector, we may be able to break these degeneracies and more accurately measure both spins. In this work we investigate our ability to measure individual spins for nonprecessing binaries, for a range of configurations and signal strengths, and conclude that in general the spin of the larger black hole will be measurable (at best) with observations from Advanced LIGO and Virgo. This implies that in many applications waveform models parameterized by only one effective spin will be sufficient. Our work does not consider precessing binaries or subdominant harmonics, although we provide some arguments why we expect that these will not qualitatively change our conclusions.

  3. Bias-free spin-wave phase shifter for magnonic logic

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    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available A design of a magnonic phase shifter operating without an external bias magnetic field is proposed. The phase shifter uses a localized collective spin wave mode propagating along a domain wall “waveguide” in a dipolarly-coupled magnetic dot array with a chessboard antiferromagnetic (CAFM ground state. It is demonstrated numerically that the remagnetization of a single magnetic dot adjacent to the domain wall waveguide introduces a controllable phase shift in the propagating spin wave mode without significant change to the mode amplitude. It is also demonstrated that a logic XOR gate can be realized in the same system.

  4. Spin wave differential circuit for realization of thermally stable magnonic sensors

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    Goto, Taichi, E-mail: goto@ee.tut.ac.jp; Kanazawa, Naoki; Buyandalai, Altansargai; Takagi, Hiroyuki; Nakamura, Yuichi; Inoue, Mitsuteru [Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology, 1-1 Hibari-Ga-Oka, Tempaku, Toyohashi, Aichi 441-8580 (Japan); Okajima, Shingo; Hasegawa, Takashi [Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Kyoto 617-8555 (Japan); Granovsky, Alexander B. [Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University, Leninskie Gory, Moscow 119992 (Russian Federation); Sekiguchi, Koji [Department of Physics, Keio University, Yokohama 223-8522 (Japan); JST-PRESTO, Kawaguchi, Saitama 332-0012 (Japan); Ross, Caroline A. [Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 (United States)

    2015-03-30

    A magnetic-field sensor with a high sensitivity of 38 pT/Hz was demonstrated. By utilizing a spin-wave differential circuit (SWDC) using two yttrium iron garnet (YIG) films, the temperature sensitivity was suppressed, and the thermal stability of the phase of the spin waves was −0.0095° K{sup −1}, which is three orders of magnitude better than a simple YIG-based sensor, ∼20° K{sup −1}. The SWDC architecture opens the way to design YIG-based magnonic devices.

  5. Spin transfer coefficients for the (p suprho,n suprho) reaction in the plane wave approximation

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    Lee, H S; Kim, B T

    1998-01-01

    The spin transfer coefficients D sub n sub n (theta=0 .deg. ) for the intermediate energy charge exchange reaction (p suprho,n suprho) leading to the giant resonances in the continuum region are investigated. The dependence of the spin transfer coefficients on the nuclear wave function, the reaction Q-value, and the effective two-body interaction are studied using the plane wave approximation. It is shown that both the direct and the exchange parts of the tensor interaction play important roles in determining the D sub n sub n value.

  6. Glass transition in the spin-density wave phase of (TMTSF)2PF6

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    Lasjaunias, J.C.; Biljakovic, K.; Nad, F.;

    1994-01-01

    We present the results of low frequency dielectric measurements and a detailed kinetic investigation of the specific heat anomaly in the spin-density wave phase of (TMTSF)(2)PF6 in the temperature range between 2 and 4 K. The dielectric relaxation shows a critical slowing down towards a ''static'......'' glass transition around 2 K. The jump in the specific heat in different controlled kinetic conditions shows all the characteristics of freezing in supercooled liquids. Both effects give direct evidence of a glass transition in the spin-density wave ground state....

  7. The phase accumulation and antenna near field of microscopic propagating spin wave devices

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    We studied phase accumulation by the highly non-reciprocal magnetostatic surface spin waves in thin Permalloy microstripes excited and received by microscopic coplanar antennae. We find that the experimentally measured characteristic length of the near field of the antenna is smaller than the total width of the coplanar. This is confirmed by our numerical simulations. Consequently, the distance over which the spin wave accumulates its phase while travelling between the input and output antennae coincides with the distance between the antennae symmetry axes with good accuracy

  8. Measuring the spin of black holes in binary systems using gravitational waves.

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    Vitale, Salvatore; Lynch, Ryan; Veitch, John; Raymond, Vivien; Sturani, Riccardo

    2014-06-27

    Compact binary coalescences are the most promising sources of gravitational waves (GWs) for ground-based detectors. Binary systems containing one or two spinning black holes are particularly interesting due to spin-orbit (and eventual spin-spin) interactions and the opportunity of measuring spins directly through GW observations. In this Letter, we analyze simulated signals emitted by spinning binaries with several values of masses, spins, orientations, and signal-to-noise ratios, as detected by an advanced LIGO-Virgo network. We find that for moderate or high signal-to-noise ratio the spin magnitudes can be estimated with errors of a few percent (5%-30%) for neutron star-black hole (black hole-black hole) systems. Spins' tilt angle can be estimated with errors of 0.04 rad in the best cases, but typical values will be above 0.1 rad. Errors will be larger for signals barely above the threshold for detection. The difference in the azimuth angles of the spins, which may be used to check if spins are locked into resonant configurations, cannot be constrained. We observe that the best performances are obtained when the line of sight is perpendicular to the system's total angular momentum and that a sudden change of behavior occurs when a system is observed from angles such that the plane of the orbit can be seen both from above and below during the time the signal is in band. This study suggests that direct measurement of black hole spin by means of GWs can be as precise as what can be obtained from x-ray binaries.

  9. Measuring the spin of black holes in binary systems using gravitational waves.

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    Vitale, Salvatore; Lynch, Ryan; Veitch, John; Raymond, Vivien; Sturani, Riccardo

    2014-06-27

    Compact binary coalescences are the most promising sources of gravitational waves (GWs) for ground-based detectors. Binary systems containing one or two spinning black holes are particularly interesting due to spin-orbit (and eventual spin-spin) interactions and the opportunity of measuring spins directly through GW observations. In this Letter, we analyze simulated signals emitted by spinning binaries with several values of masses, spins, orientations, and signal-to-noise ratios, as detected by an advanced LIGO-Virgo network. We find that for moderate or high signal-to-noise ratio the spin magnitudes can be estimated with errors of a few percent (5%-30%) for neutron star-black hole (black hole-black hole) systems. Spins' tilt angle can be estimated with errors of 0.04 rad in the best cases, but typical values will be above 0.1 rad. Errors will be larger for signals barely above the threshold for detection. The difference in the azimuth angles of the spins, which may be used to check if spins are locked into resonant configurations, cannot be constrained. We observe that the best performances are obtained when the line of sight is perpendicular to the system's total angular momentum and that a sudden change of behavior occurs when a system is observed from angles such that the plane of the orbit can be seen both from above and below during the time the signal is in band. This study suggests that direct measurement of black hole spin by means of GWs can be as precise as what can be obtained from x-ray binaries. PMID:25014800

  10. Null-Wave Giant Gravitons from Thermal Spinning Brane Probes

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    Armas, Jay; Pedersen, Andreas Vigand

    2013-01-01

    We construct and analyze thermal spinning giant gravitons in type II/M-theory based on spherically wrapped black branes, using the method of thermal probe branes originating from the blackfold approach. These solutions generalize in different directions recent work in which the case of thermal (non-spinning) D3-brane giant gravitons was considered, and reveal a rich phase structure with various new properties. First of all, we extend the construction to M-theory, by constructing thermal giant graviton solutions using spherically wrapped M2- and M5-branes. More importantly, we switch on new quantum numbers, namely internal spins on the sphere, which are not present in the usual extremal limit for which the brane world volume stress tensor is Lorentz invariant. We examine the effect of this new type of excitation and in particular analyze the physical quantities in various regimes, including that of small temperatures as well as low/high spin. As a byproduct we find new stationary dipole-charged black hole solu...

  11. Anomalous convection diffusion and wave coupling transport of cells on comb frame with fractional Cattaneo-Christov flux

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    Liu, Lin; Zheng, Liancun; Liu, Fawang; Zhang, Xinxin

    2016-09-01

    An improved Cattaneo-Christov flux model is proposed which can be used to capture the effects of the time and spatial relaxations, the time and spatial inhomogeneous diffusion and the spatial transition probability of cell transport in a highly non-homogeneous medium. Solutions are obtained by numerical discretization method where the time and spatial fractional derivative are discretized by the L1-approximation and shifted Grünwald definition, respectively. The solvability, stability and convergence of the numerical method for the special case of the Cattaneo-Christov equation are proved. Results indicate that the fractional convection diffusion-wave equation is an evolution equation which displays the coexisting characteristics of parabolicity and hyperbolicity. In other words, for α in (0, 1), the cells transport occupies the characteristics of coupling convection diffusion and wave spreading. Moreover, the effects of pertinent time parameter, time and spatial fractional derivative parameters, relaxation parameter, weight coefficient and the convection velocity on the anomalous transport of cells are shown graphically and analyzed in detail.

  12. Thermally induced transparency for short spin wave pulses in yttrium iron garnet (YIG) films

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    Ordonez Romero, Cesar Leonardo; Kolokoltsev, Oleg; Gomez Arista, Ivan; Qureshi, Naser; Monsiváis Galindo, Guillermo; Vargas Hernández, Hesiquio

    2014-03-01

    The compensation of spin wave propagation losses plays a very important role in the development of novel magnonic devices. Up to now, however, most of the known amplification methods present relative narrow frequency bandwidths due to their resonant nature. In this work, we present compensation of the propagation losses or pseudo-amplification of travelling spin waves by tailoring the bias magnetic field profile. The thermally-induced non-uniform profile of the magnetization introduced on an Yttrium Iron Garnet (YIG) thin film by a localized spot of a cw argon-ion laser creates the conditions to observe the complete compensation of the spin wave propagation losses. The spin wave evolution was mapped with a time and spaced resolved inductive magneto-dynamic prove system. The experiment was carried out using a uniform sample of single-crystal YIG film grown on a gallium-gadolinium garnet (GGG) substrate. The 2mm-wide, 20mm-long and 6microns-thick YIG strip was saturated with an external magnetic field enabling the set up for the propagation of magneto-static surface waves. This work was supported by the UNAM-DGAPA-PAPIIT IA100413.

  13. Spin Waves in a Ferromagnetic Film with a Periodic System of Antidots

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    V.V. Kulish

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available In the paper, spin waves in a thin film (composed of a uniaxial ferromagnet with a two-dimensional periodical system of antidots are studied. The film ferromagnet is considered to have the “easy axis” type. To describe such waves, the magnetostatic approximation with account for the magnetic dipole-dipole interaction, the exchange interaction and the anisotropy effects is used. For such waves, an equation for the magnetic potential is derived; for the case of remote antidots, the dispersion relation and the transverse wavenumber spectrum are found. For the case of a film thin compared to the exchange length and for the case of a film bounded by a high-conductivity metal, the longitudinal wavenumber spectrum and the frequency spectrum of such spin waves are also obtained.

  14. Mechanical back-action of a spin-wave resonance in a magnetoelastic thin film on a surface acoustic wave

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    Gowtham, P. G.; Labanowski, D.; Salahuddin, S.

    2016-07-01

    Surface acoustic waves (SAWs) traveling on the surface of a piezoelectric crystal can, through the magnetoelastic interaction, excite traveling spin-wave resonance in a magnetic film deposited on the substrate. This spin-wave resonance in the magnetic film creates a time-ynamic surface stress of magnetoelastic origin that acts back on the surface of the piezoelectric and modifies the SAW propagation. Unlike previous analyses that treat the excitation as a magnon-phonon polariton, here the magnetoelastic film is treated as a perturbation modifying boundary conditions on the SAW. We use acoustical perturbation theory to find closed-form expressions for the back-action surface stress and strain fields and the resultant SAW velocity shifts and attenuation. We demonstrate that the shear stres fields associated with this spin-wave back-action also generate effective surface currents on the piezoelectric both in phase and out of phase with the driving SAW potential. Characterization of these surface currents and their applications in determination of the magnetoelastic coupling are discussed. The perturbative calculation is carried out explicitly to first order (a regime corresponding to many experimental situations of current interest) and we provide a sketch of the implications of the theory at higher order.

  15. Is there anomalous isospin breaking in the $\\pi$N$rightarrow\\pi$N S-wave?

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    Laurikainen, P

    1973-01-01

    The authors perform a phase-shift analysis of pi N to pi N within T /sub lab/=(300-600) MeV tolerating breakings of the order of 10% to find out if the present data allows for isospin breaking effects and to see in which partial waves they occur. (12 refs).

  16. Electric-Field Coupling to Spin Waves in a Centrosymmetric Ferrite

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    Liu, Tianyu

    A systematic control of spin waves via external electric fields has been a long standing issue for the design of magnonic devices, and is of fundamental interest. One way to attain such control is to use multiferroics, whose electric and magnetic polarizations are inherently coupled. The lack of electric polarization in a centrosymmetric ferrite, however, makes direct coupling of its magnetization to external electric fields a challenge. Indirect electric control of spin waves has been accomplished by hybridizing yttrium iron garnet (YIG), a centrosymmetric ferrite, with a piezoelectric material. Here, we predict direct control of spin waves in YIG by a flexoelectric interaction, which couples an electric field to the spatial gradient of the magnetization, and thus the spin waves. Based on a superexchange model, which describes the antiferromagnetic coupling between two nearest neighbor iron ions through an oxygen ion, including spin-orbit coupling, we estimate the coupling constant and predict a phase shift linear in the applied electric fields. The theory is then confirmed by experimental measurement of the electric-field-induced phase shift in a YIG waveguide. In addition to the flexoelectric effect, another electric effect is observed, which couples the electric field directly with the magnetization of YIG. We call this a magnetoelectric effect. By adjusting the direction of the electric field, the two effects can be well separated. Experimental results agree quantitatively with the theoretical prediction. A phenomenological coupling constant for the magnetoelectric effect is also obtained. Our findings point to an important avenue for manipulating spin waves and developing electrically tunable magnonic devices.

  17. Efficiency of nonspinning templates in gravitational wave searches for aligned-spin binary black holes

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    Cho, Hee-Suk

    2016-01-01

    We study the efficiency of nonspinning waveform templates in gravitational wave searches for aligned-spin binary black holes (BBHs). We use PhenomD, which is the most recent phenomenological waveform model designed to generate the full inspiral-merger-ringdown waveforms emitted from BBHs with the spins aligned with the orbital angular momentum. Here, we treat the effect of aligned-spins with a single spin parameter $\\chi$. We consider the BBH signals with moderately small spins in the range of $-0.4\\leq \\chi \\leq 0.4$. Using nonspinning templates, we calculate fitting factors of the aligned-spin signals in a wide mass range up to $\\sim 100 M_{\\odot}$. We find that the signals with negative spins can have higher fitting factors than those with positive spins. If $\\chi = 0.3$, only the highly asymmetric-mass signals can have the fitting factors exceeding the threshold of 0.965, while the fitting factors for all of the signals can be larger than the threshold if $\\chi = -0.3$. We demonstrate that the discrepancy...

  18. Spin wave isolator based on frequency displacement nonreciprocity in ferromagnetic bilayer

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    Shichi, Shinsuke, E-mail: shinsuke-shichi@murata.com; Matsuda, Kenji; Okajima, Shingo; Hasegawa, Takashi; Okada, Takekazu [Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Kyoto 617-8555 (Japan); Kanazawa, Naoki; Goto, Taichi, E-mail: goto@ee.tut.ac.jp; Takagi, Hiroyuki; Inoue, Mitsuteru [Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology, 1-1 Hibari-Ga-Oka, Tempaku, Toyohashi, Aichi 441-8580 (Japan)

    2015-05-07

    We demonstrated the spin wave isolator using bilayer ferromagnetic media comprising single crystalline and poly-crystalline yttrium iron garnet films, which can control the propagation frequency of magnetostatic waves by the direction of applied magnetic field. This isolator's property does not depend on their thickness then this can be downsized and integrated for nano-scale magnonic circuits. Calculated dispersion relationship shows good agreement with measured one.

  19. Hidden Markov model tracking of continuous gravitational waves from a neutron star with wandering spin

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    Suvorova, S.; Sun, L; Melatos, A.; Moran, W.; Evans, R J

    2016-01-01

    Gravitational wave searches for continuous-wave signals from neutron stars are especially challenging when the star's spin frequency is unknown a priori from electromagnetic observations and wanders stochastically under the action of internal (e.g. superfluid or magnetospheric) or external (e.g. accretion) torques. It is shown that frequency tracking by hidden Markov model (HMM) methods can be combined with existing maximum likelihood coherent matched filters like the F-statistic to surmount ...

  20. Strings On Plane-waves And Spin Chains On Orbifolds

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    Sadri, D

    2005-01-01

    This thesis covers a number of topics in string theory focusing on various aspects of the AdS/CFT duality in various guises and regimes. In the first chapter we present a self-contained review of the Plane- wave/super-Yang-Mills duality. This duality is a specification of the usual AdS/CFT correspondence in the “Penrose limit”. In chapter two we study the most general parallelizable pp-wave backgrounds which are non-dilatonic solutions in the NS-NS sector of type IIA and IIB string theories. We demonstrate that parallelizable pp-wave backgrounds are necessarily homogeneous plane-waves, and that a large class of homogeneous plane-waves are parallelizable, stating the necessary conditions. Quantization of string modes, their compactification and behaviour under T- duality are also studied, as are BPS Dp- branes on such backgrounds. In chapter three we consider giant gravitons on the maximally supersymmetric plane-wave background. We deduce the low energy effective light-cone Hamiltonian of ...

  1. Electric-field control of electromagnon propagation and spin-wave injection in a spiral multiferroic/ferromagnet composite

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    Chen, Hong-Bo [Institut für Physik, Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg, D-06120 Halle (Germany); Zhejiang Institute of Modern Physics and Department of Physics, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310027 (China); Li, You-Quan [Zhejiang Institute of Modern Physics and Department of Physics, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310027 (China); Collaborative Innovation Center of Advanced Microstructures, Nanjing University, Nanjing, 210093 (China); Berakdar, Jamal [Institut für Physik, Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg, D-06120 Halle (Germany)

    2015-01-28

    We consider theoretically a composite chain consisting of a multiferroic helimagnet coupled to a conventional ferromagnet and inspect the conversion of electromagnon excitation into spin waves and vice versa. We demonstrate an electric-field control of spin-wave injection realized by electrically exciting an electromagnon that propagates with an intrinsic frequency larger than the gap of the spin wave in the ferromagnet. The efficiency of the conversion of the electromagnon into spin waves depends strongly on the strength of the magnetoelectric coupling at the interface and the intrinsic frequency of the multiferroic helimagnets. The phenomena predicted here suggest that a multiferroic/ferromagnet composite offers new opportunities for spin-wave injection, conversion, and control using electric field.

  2. Beating the spin-down limit on gravitational wave emission from the Vela pulsar

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    2011-01-01

    We present direct upper limits on continuous gravitational wave emission from the Vela pulsar using data from the Virgo detector's second science run. These upper limits have been obtained using three independent methods that assume the gravitational wave emission follows the radio timing. Two of the methods produce frequentist upper limits for an assumed known orientation of the star's spin axis and value of the wave polarization angle of, respectively, $1.9\\ee{-24}$ and $2.2\\ee{-24}$, with 95% confidence. The third method, under the same hypothesis, produces a Bayesian upper limit of $2.1\\ee{-24}$, with 95% degree of belief. These limits are below the indirect {\\it spin-down limit} of $3.3\\ee{-24}$ for the Vela pulsar, defined by the energy loss rate inferred from observed decrease in Vela's spin frequency, and correspond to a limit on the star ellipticity of $\\sim 10^{-3}$. Slightly less stringent results, but still well below the spin-down limit, are obtained assuming the star's spin axis inclination and ...

  3. Mutual phase locking of very nonidentical spin torque nanooscillators via spin wave interaction

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    Safin, Ansar R.; Udalov, Nicolay N.; Kapranov, Mikhail V.

    2014-08-01

    In this paper the mutual phase locking theory of very nonidentical spin-torque nanooscillators, which is based on the Slavin-Tiberkevich model, considering the theory of nonlinear oscillations, is developed. Using generalized Adler equation we calculate phase-locking region of the system with spinwave coupling in the parameter plane - distance between nanocontacts and radii difference. We describe trajectories of such a system in the phase space and show the effect of a broadband synchronization. We introduce a generalization of this approach to the ensembles of spin-torque nanooscillators.

  4. Anomalous absorption of bulk shear sagittal acoustic waves in a layered structure with viscous fluid

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    Gramotnev, D K; Nieminen, T A; Gramotnev, Dmitri K.; Mather, Melissa L.; Nieminen, Timo A.

    2003-01-01

    It is demonstrated theoretically that the absorptivity of bulk shear sagittal waves by an ultra-thin layer of viscous fluid between two different elastic media has a strong maximum (in some cases as good as 100%) at an optimal layer thickness. This thickness is usually much smaller than the penetration depths and lengths of transverse and longitudinal waves in the fluid. The angular dependencies of the absorptivity are demonstrated to have significant and unusual structure near critical angles of incidence. The effect of non-Newtonian properties and non-uniformities of the fluid layer on the absorptivity is also investigated. In particular, it is shown that the absorption in a thin layer of viscous fluid is much more sensitive to non-zero relaxation time(s) in the fluid layer than the absorption at an isolated solid-fluid interface.

  5. Thermal Generation of Spin Current in an Antiferromagnet.

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    Seki, S; Ideue, T; Kubota, M; Kozuka, Y; Takagi, R; Nakamura, M; Kaneko, Y; Kawasaki, M; Tokura, Y

    2015-12-31

    The longitudinal spin Seebeck effect has been investigated for a uniaxial antiferromagnetic insulator Cr(2)O(3), characterized by a spin-flop transition under magnetic field along the c axis. We have found that a temperature gradient applied normal to the Cr(2)O(3)/Pt interface induces inverse spin Hall voltage of spin-current origin in Pt, whose magnitude turns out to be always proportional to magnetization in Cr(2)O(3). The possible contribution of the anomalous Nernst effect is confirmed to be negligibly small. The above results establish that an antiferromagnetic spin wave can be an effective carrier of spin current. PMID:26765011

  6. Detecting binary neutron star systems with spin in advanced gravitational-wave detectors

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    Brown, Duncan A; Lundgren, Andrew; Nitz, Alexander H

    2012-01-01

    The detection of gravitational waves from binary neutron stars is a major goal of the gravitational-wave observatories Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo. Previous searches for binary neutron stars with LIGO and Virgo neglected the component stars' angular momentum (spin). We demonstrate that neglecting spin in matched-filter searches causes advanced detectors to lose more than 3% of the possible signal-to-noise ratio for 59% (6%) of sources, assuming that neutron star dimensionless spins, $cJ/GM^2$, are uniformly distributed with magnitudes between 0 and 0.4 (0.05) and that the neutron stars have isotropically distributed spin orientations. We present a new method of constructing filter banks for advanced-detector searches, which can create template banks of signals with non-zero spins that are (anti-)aligned with the orbital angular momentum. We show that this search loses more than 3% of the maximium signal-to-noise for only 9% (0.2%) of BNS sources with dimensionless spins between 0 and 0.4 (0.05) and isotr...

  7. Can we measure individual black-hole spins from gravitational-wave observations?

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    Pürrer, Michael; Ohme, Frank

    2015-01-01

    Measurements of black-hole spins from gravitational-wave observations of black-hole binaries with ground-based detectors are expected to be hampered by partial degeneracies in the gravitational-wave phasing: between the two component spins, and between the spins and the binary's mass ratio, at least for signals that are dominated by the binary's inspiral. Through the merger and ringdown, however, a different set of degeneracies apply. This suggests the possibility that, if the inspiral, merger and ringdown are all within the sensitive frequency band of a detector, we may be able to break these degeneracies and more accurately measure both spins. In this work we investigate our ability to measure individual spins for non-precessing binaries, for a range of configurations and signal strengths, and conclude that in general the spin of the larger black hole will be measurable (at best) with observations from Advanced LIGO and Virgo. This implies that in many applications waveform models parameterized by only one ...

  8. Storm fronts over galaxy discs: models of how waves generate extraplanar gas and its anomalous kinematics

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    Struck, Curtis; Smith, Daniel C.

    2009-09-01

    The existence of partially ionized, diffuse gas and dust clouds at kiloparsec scale distances above the central planes of edge-on, galaxy discs was an unexpected discovery about 20 years ago. Subsequent observations showed that this extended or extraplanar diffuse interstellar gas (EDIG) has rotation velocities approximately 10-20 per cent lower than those in the central plane, and has been hard to account for. Here, we present results of hydrodynamic models, with radiative cooling and heating from star formation. We find that in models with star formation generated stochastically across the disc, an extraplanar gas layer is generated as long as the star formation is sufficiently strong. However, this gas rotates at nearly the same speed as the midplane gas. We then studied a range of models with imposed spiral or bar waves in the disc. EDIG layers were also generated in these models, but primarily over the wave regions, not over the entire disc. Because of this partial coverage, the EDIG clouds move radially, as well as vertically, with the result that observed kinematic anomalies are reproduced. The implication is that the kinematic anomalies are the result of three-dimensional motions when the cylindrical symmetry of the disc is broken. Thus, the kinematic anomalies are the result of bars or strong waves, and more face-on galaxies with such waves should have an asymmetric EDIG component. The models also indicate that the EDIG can contain a significant fraction of cool gas, and that some star formation can be triggered at considerable heights above the disc mid-plane. We expect all of these effects to be more prominent in young, forming discs, to play a role in rapidly smoothing disc asymmetries and in working to self-regulate disc structure.

  9. Spin-3/2 wave equations with auxiliary spins 1/2; 3/2; a causality for Harish-Chandra degree four

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    Labonte, G. (Freie Univ. Berlin (Germany, F.R.). Inst. fuer Theoretische Physik; Royal Military Coll. of Canada, Kingston, Ontario)

    1983-11-21

    Standard relativistic spin-3/2 wave equations with auxiliary spins 1/2 and 3/2 of arbitrary multiplicity are examined. The problem of explicitly constructing all possible GAMMA-matrices for such equations is partially solved. This partial solution is used to prove that all equations of Harish-Chandra degree four lead to a causal generalized Klein-Gordon equations.

  10. Hidden Markov model tracking of continuous gravitational waves from a neutron star with wandering spin

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    Suvorova, S; Melatos, A; Moran, W; Evans, R J

    2016-01-01

    Gravitational wave searches for continuous-wave signals from neutron stars are especially challenging when the star's spin frequency is unknown a priori from electromagnetic observations and wanders stochastically under the action of internal (e.g. superfluid or magnetospheric) or external (e.g. accretion) torques. It is shown that frequency tracking by hidden Markov model (HMM) methods can be combined with existing maximum likelihood coherent matched filters like the F-statistic to surmount some of the challenges raised by spin wandering. Specifically it is found that, for an isolated, biaxial rotor whose spin frequency walks randomly, HMM tracking of the F-statistic output from coherent segments with duration T_drift = 10d over a total observation time of T_obs = 1yr can detect signals with wave strains h0 > 2e-26 at a noise level characteristic of the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (Advanced LIGO). For a biaxial rotor with randomly walking spin in a binary orbit, whose orbital...

  11. Spin-Wave Dispersion and Sublattice Magnetization in NiCl_2

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    Lindgård, Per-Anker; Birgeneau, R. J.; Als-Nielsen, Jens Aage;

    1975-01-01

    NiCl2 is a Heisenberg planar antiferromagnet composed of hexagonal ferromagnetic Ni2+ sheets with effective XY symmetry weakly coupled antiferromagnetically to adjacent Ni2+ sheets. The near two-dimensionality dimples a directionally-dependent spin-wave renormalization together with an unusual te...

  12. Ground eigenvalue and eigenfunction of a spin-weighted spheroidal wave equation in low frequencies

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    Tang Wen-Lin; Tian Gui-Hua

    2011-01-01

    Spin-weighted spheroidal wave functions play an important role in the study of the linear stability of rotating Kerr black holes and are studied by the perturbation method in supersymmetric quantum mechanics. Their analytic ground eigenvalues and eigenfunctions are obtained by means of a series in low frequency. The ground eigenvalue and eigenfunction for small complex frequencies are numerically determined.

  13. Excitation of propagating spin waves in ferromagnetic nanowires by microwave voltage-controlled magnetic anisotropy.

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    Verba, Roman; Carpentieri, Mario; Finocchio, Giovanni; Tiberkevich, Vasil; Slavin, Andrei

    2016-01-01

    The voltage-controlled magnetic anisotropy (VCMA) effect, which manifests itself as variation of anisotropy of a thin layer of a conductive ferromagnet on a dielectric substrate under the influence of an external electric voltage, can be used for the development of novel information storage and signal processing devices with low power consumption. Here it is demonstrated by micromagnetic simulations that the application of a microwave voltage to a nanosized VCMA gate in an ultrathin ferromagnetic nanowire results in the parametric excitation of a propagating spin wave, which could serve as a carrier of information. The frequency of the excited spin wave is twice smaller than the frequency of the applied voltage while its amplitude is limited by 2 mechanisms: (i) the so-called "phase mechanism" described by the Zakharov-L'vov-Starobinets "S-theory" and (ii) the saturation mechanism associated with the nonlinear frequency shift of the excited spin wave. The developed extension of the "S-theory", which takes into account the second limitation mechanism, allowed us to estimate theoretically the efficiency of the parametric excitation of spin waves by the VCMA effect. PMID:27113392

  14. Excitation of propagating spin waves in ferromagnetic nanowires by microwave voltage-controlled magnetic anisotropy

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    Verba, Roman; Carpentieri, Mario; Finocchio, Giovanni; Tiberkevich, Vasil; Slavin, Andrei

    2016-04-01

    The voltage-controlled magnetic anisotropy (VCMA) effect, which manifests itself as variation of anisotropy of a thin layer of a conductive ferromagnet on a dielectric substrate under the influence of an external electric voltage, can be used for the development of novel information storage and signal processing devices with low power consumption. Here it is demonstrated by micromagnetic simulations that the application of a microwave voltage to a nanosized VCMA gate in an ultrathin ferromagnetic nanowire results in the parametric excitation of a propagating spin wave, which could serve as a carrier of information. The frequency of the excited spin wave is twice smaller than the frequency of the applied voltage while its amplitude is limited by 2 mechanisms: (i) the so-called “phase mechanism” described by the Zakharov-L’vov-Starobinets “S-theory” and (ii) the saturation mechanism associated with the nonlinear frequency shift of the excited spin wave. The developed extension of the “S-theory”, which takes into account the second limitation mechanism, allowed us to estimate theoretically the efficiency of the parametric excitation of spin waves by the VCMA effect.

  15. Spin waves in the B-phase of superfluid 3He in confined cylindrical geometry

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    We describe experiments on superfluid 3He in a cylinder of 1 mm in diameter. This geometry causes the preferred orientation of the n-vector in the superfluid B-phase to be locally different, resulting in a curved configuration across the sample. Exclusive to our experiment is the observation that we succeeded in obtaining a texture which is metastable and unchanged in our pressure and temperature ranges, most likely because the experiment is performed at low pressures and low magnetic fields. As this texture can be considered as a potential for spin waves, we had the unique opportunity to study spin waves for several pressures in exactly the same texture. Our geometry causes this texture potential to be nearly quadratic, allowing an analytic solution of the theory which can be compared to our experimental results. As predicted we find the intensities of all spin wave modes more or less equal. Increasing the pressure shows a gradual increase in the number of spin wave modes in our cell. Finally we were able to cause a transition from the metastable to the predicted stable texture, concluding unexpectedly that the metastable texture is realized if the growing (or cooling) speed is sufficiently slow.

  16. Resonant Spin Wave Excitation by Terahertz Magnetic Near-field Enhanced with Split Ring Resonator

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    Mukai, Y; Yamamoto, T; Kageyama, H; Tanaka, K

    2014-01-01

    Excitation of antiferromagnetic spin waves in HoFeO$_{3}$ crystal combined with a split ring resonator (SRR) is studied using terahertz (THz) electromagnetic pulses. The magnetic field in the vicinity of the SRR induced by the incident THz electric field component excites and the Faraday rotation of the polarization of a near-infrared probe pulse directly measures oscillations that correspond to the antiferromagnetic spin resonance mode. The good agreement of the temperature-dependent magnetization dynamics with the calculation using the two-lattice Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation confirms that the spin wave is resonantly excited by the THz magnetic near-field enhanced at the LC resonance frequency of the SRR, which is 20 times stronger than the incident magnetic field.

  17. Anomalous magnetic response of a quasi-periodic mesoscopic ring in presence of Rashba and Dresselhaus spin-orbit interactions

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    Patra, Moumita; Maiti, Santanu K.

    2016-04-01

    We investigate the properties of persistent charge current driven by magnetic flux in a quasi-periodic mesoscopic Fibonacci ring with Rashba and Dresselhaus spin-orbit interactions. Within a tight-binding framework we work out individual state currents together with net current based on second-quantized approach. A significant enhancement of current is observed in presence of spin-orbit coupling and sometimes it becomes orders of magnitude higher compared to the spin-orbit interaction free Fibonacci ring. We also establish a scaling relation of persistent current with ring size, associated with the Fibonacci generation, from which one can directly estimate current for any arbitrary flux, even in presence of spin-orbit interaction, without doing numerical simulation. The present analysis indeed gives a unique opportunity of determining persistent current and has not been discussed so far.

  18. Terahertz spin-wave waveguides and optical magnonics in one-dimensional NiO nanorods

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    Patil, Ranjit A.; Su, Chiung-Wu; Chuang, Chin-Jung; Lai, Chien-Chih; Liou, Yung; Ma, Yuan-Ron

    2016-06-01

    The two-magnon (2M) spin waves with a magnon frequency of 43 THz, generated by a polarized laser, were first observed in one-dimensional (1D) NiO nanorods. The 1D NiO nanorods of ~700 nm length, which have perfectly in-plane antiferromagnetic spins lying on the (200) and (100) faces, are the smallest spin-wave waveguides. Due to the magneto-optical Faraday effect (MOFE), the significant change in the Faraday intensity can show the 2M information in the NiO nanorods. There are only two 2M-on and 2M-off states at various applied alternating-current magnetic fields and laser-incident angles, which make the 1D NiO nanorods excellent optical nanomagnonics.The two-magnon (2M) spin waves with a magnon frequency of 43 THz, generated by a polarized laser, were first observed in one-dimensional (1D) NiO nanorods. The 1D NiO nanorods of ~700 nm length, which have perfectly in-plane antiferromagnetic spins lying on the (200) and (100) faces, are the smallest spin-wave waveguides. Due to the magneto-optical Faraday effect (MOFE), the significant change in the Faraday intensity can show the 2M information in the NiO nanorods. There are only two 2M-on and 2M-off states at various applied alternating-current magnetic fields and laser-incident angles, which make the 1D NiO nanorods excellent optical nanomagnonics. Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Cubic crystal structure and Raman scattering of 1D NiO nanorods. See DOI: 10.1039/c6nr02531e

  19. Parameter Estimation on Gravitational Waves from Neutron-star Binaries with Spinning Components

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    Farr, Ben; Berry, Christopher P. L.; Farr, Will M.; Haster, Carl-Johan; Middleton, Hannah; Cannon, Kipp; Graff, Philip B.; Hanna, Chad; Mandel, Ilya; Pankow, Chris; Price, Larry R.; Sidery, Trevor; Singer, Leo P.; Urban, Alex L.; Vecchio, Alberto; Veitch, John; Vitale, Salvatore

    2016-07-01

    Inspiraling binary neutron stars (BNSs) are expected to be one of the most significant sources of gravitational-wave signals for the new generation of advanced ground-based detectors. We investigate how well we could hope to measure properties of these binaries using the Advanced LIGO detectors, which began operation in September 2015. We study an astrophysically motivated population of sources (binary components with masses 1.2\\quad {M}ȯ {--}1.6\\quad {M}ȯ and spins of less than 0.05) using the full LIGO analysis pipeline. While this simulated population covers the observed range of potential BNS sources, we do not exclude the possibility of sources with parameters outside these ranges; given the existing uncertainty in distributions of mass and spin, it is critical that analyses account for the full range of possible mass and spin configurations. We find that conservative prior assumptions on neutron-star mass and spin lead to average fractional uncertainties in component masses of ˜16%, with little constraint on spins (the median 90% upper limit on the spin of the more massive component is ˜0.7). Stronger prior constraints on neutron-star spins can further constrain mass estimates but only marginally. However, we find that the sky position and luminosity distance for these sources are not influenced by the inclusion of spin; therefore, if LIGO detects a low-spin population of BNS sources, less computationally expensive results calculated neglecting spin will be sufficient for guiding electromagnetic follow-up.

  20. Linear spin-wave theory of incommensurably modulated magnets

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    Ziman, Timothy; Lindgård, Per-Anker

    1986-01-01

    Calculations of linearized theories of spin dynamics encounter difficulties when applied to incommensurable magnetic phases: lack of translational invariance leads to an infinite coupled system of equations. The authors resolve this for the case of a `single-Q' structure by mapping onto the problem...... of diagonalizing a quasiperiodic Hamiltonian of tight-binding type in one dimension. This allows for calculation of the correlation functions relevant to neutron scattering or magnetic resonance experiments. With the application to the case of a longitudinally modulated magnet a number of new predictions are made...

  1. Hidden Markov model tracking of continuous gravitational waves from a neutron star with wandering spin

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    Suvorova, S.; Sun, L.; Melatos, A.; Moran, W.; Evans, R. J.

    2016-06-01

    Gravitational wave searches for continuous-wave signals from neutron stars are especially challenging when the star's spin frequency is unknown a priori from electromagnetic observations and wanders stochastically under the action of internal (e.g., superfluid or magnetospheric) or external (e.g., accretion) torques. It is shown that frequency tracking by hidden Markov model (HMM) methods can be combined with existing maximum likelihood coherent matched filters like the F -statistic to surmount some of the challenges raised by spin wandering. Specifically, it is found that, for an isolated, biaxial rotor whose spin frequency walks randomly, HMM tracking of the F -statistic output from coherent segments with duration Tdrift=10 d over a total observation time of Tobs=1 yr can detect signals with wave strains h0>2 ×10-26 at a noise level characteristic of the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (Advanced LIGO). For a biaxial rotor with randomly walking spin in a binary orbit, whose orbital period and semimajor axis are known approximately from electromagnetic observations, HMM tracking of the Bessel-weighted F -statistic output can detect signals with h0>8 ×10-26. An efficient, recursive, HMM solver based on the Viterbi algorithm is demonstrated, which requires ˜103 CPU hours for a typical, broadband (0.5-kHz) search for the low-mass x-ray binary Scorpius X-1, including generation of the relevant F -statistic input. In a "realistic" observational scenario, Viterbi tracking successfully detects 41 out of 50 synthetic signals without spin wandering in stage I of the Scorpius X-1 Mock Data Challenge convened by the LIGO Scientific Collaboration down to a wave strain of h0=1.1 ×10-25, recovering the frequency with a root-mean-square accuracy of ≤4.3 ×10-3 Hz .

  2. Neutron spin precession and test of linearity of wave mechanics

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    A new experimental approach consisting in the search for a dependence of the Larmor precession of a neutron on the direction of the polarization vector is proposed to test the linearity of wave mechanics. The sensitivity of the experiment suggested is approximately four orders of magnitude higher than that achieved presently. 5 refs

  3. Quarkonium and hydrogen spectra with spin-dependent relativistic wave equation

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    V H Zaveri

    2010-10-01

    The non-linear non-perturbative relativistic atomic theory introduces spin in the dynamics of particle motion. The resulting energy levels of hydrogen atom are exactly the same as that of Dirac theory. The theory accounts for the energy due to spin-orbit interaction and for the additional potential energy due to spin and spin-orbit coupling. Spin angular momentum operator is integrated into the equation of motion. This requires modification to classical Laplacian operator. Consequently, the Dirac matrices and the k operator of Dirac’s theory are dispensed with. The theory points out that the curvature of the orbit draws on certain amount of kinetic and potential energies affecting the momentum of electron and the spin-orbit interaction energy constitutes a part of this energy. The theory is developed for spin-1/2 bound state single electron in Coulomb potential and then extended further to quarkonium physics by introducing the linear confining potential. The unique feature of this quarkonium model is that the radial distance can be exactly determined and does not have a statistical interpretation. The established radial distance is then used to determine the wave function. The observed energy levels are used as the input parameters and the radial distance and the string tension are predicted. This ensures 100% conformance to all observed energy levels for the heavy quarkonium.

  4. Storm fronts over galaxy discs: Models of how waves generate extraplanar gas and its anomalous kinematics

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    Struck, Curtis

    2008-01-01

    The discovery of partially ionized, diffuse gas and dust clouds at kiloparsec scale distances above the central planes of edge-on galaxy discs was unexpected. Further observations showing that this gas has rotation velocities approximately 10-20% lower than those in the central plane were even more surprising. Simple thermal support and ballistic fountain models have failed to explain these mysteries. Here we present results of hydrodynamic models, with cooling and heating from star formation. We find that in models with star formation generated stochastically across the disc an extraplanar gas layer is generated as long as the star formation is sufficiently strong. However, this gas rotates at nearly the same speed as the mid-plane gas. We then studied models with imposed spiral or bar waves in the disc. EDIG (extended or extraplanar diffuse interstellar gas) layers were also generated in these models, but primarily over the wave regions, not over the entire disc. Because of this partial coverage, the EDIG g...

  5. Mutual Phase Locking of Very Nonidentical Spin Torque Nanooscillators via Spin Wave Interaction

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    Safin, Ansar R.; Udalov, Nicolay N.; Kapranov, Mikhail V.

    2014-01-01

    In this paper the mutual phase locking theory of very nonidentical spin-torque nanooscillators, which is based on the Slavin-Tiberkevich model, considering the theory of nonlinear oscillations, is developed. Using generalized Adler equation we calculate phase-locking region of the system with spinwave coupling in the parameter plane - distance between nanocontacts and radii difference. We describe trajectories of such a system in the phase space and show the effect of a broadband synchronizat...

  6. Anomalous transient amplification of waves in non-normal photonic media

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    Makris, Konstantinos G; Tureci, Hakan E

    2014-01-01

    Dissipation is a ubiquitous phenomenon in dynamical systems encountered in nature because no finite system is fully isolated from its environment. In optical systems, a key challenge facing any technological application has traditionally been the mitigation of optical losses. Recent work has shown that a new class of optical materials that consist of a precisely balanced distribution of loss and gain can be exploited to engineer novel functionalities for propagating and filtering electromagnetic radiation. Here we show a generic property of optical systems that feature an unbalanced distribution of loss and gain, described by non-normal operators, namely that an overall lossy optical system can transiently amplify certain input signals by several orders of magnitude. We present a mathematical framework to analyze the dynamics of wave propagation in media with an arbitrary distribution of loss and gain and construct the initial conditions to engineer such non-normal power amplifiers. Our results point to a new...

  7. Controlling the relaxation of propagating spin waves in yttrium iron garnet/Pt bilayers with thermal gradients

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    Cunha, R. O.; Padrón-Hernández, E.; Azevedo, A.; Rezende, S. M.

    2013-05-01

    The spin currents generated by thermal gradients through the spin Seebeck effect (SSE) are usually detected by the voltage generated in a normal metal by means of the inverse spin Hall effect. Here, we present a detailed account of an experimental investigation of the action of spin currents due to SSE on the relaxation rate of spin waves. Propagating spin-wave packets with a frequency in the range of 1-2 GHz are launched in film strips of single-crystal yttrium iron garnet, Y3Fe5O12 (YIG) while a thermal gradient is applied across the thickness in the so-called longitudinal SSE configuration. No change in damping is observed in bare YIG films. However, if the YIG film is covered with an ultrathin platinum layer, we observe a striking change in the amplitude of the detected spin-wave pulses. Depending on the sign of the gradient, the spin-wave relaxation rate can be increased or decreased, leading in the latter case to an apparent amplification. The change in the relaxation rate is attributed to the action of a spin current generated in the YIG film by the SSE while the role of the Pt layer is to supply or absorb the flow of spins.

  8. Nonlocal Anomalous Hall Effect

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    Zhang, Steven S.-L.; Vignale, Giovanni

    2016-04-01

    The anomalous Hall (AH) effect is deemed to be a unique transport property of ferromagnetic metals, caused by the concerted action of spin polarization and spin-orbit coupling. Nevertheless, recent experiments have shown that the effect also occurs in a nonmagnetic metal (Pt) in contact with a magnetic insulator [yttrium iron garnet (YIG)], even when precautions are taken to ensure that there is no induced magnetization in the metal. We propose a theory of this effect based on the combined action of spin-dependent scattering from the magnetic interface and the spin-Hall effect in the bulk of the metal. At variance with previous theories, we predict the effect to be of first order in the spin-orbit coupling, just as the conventional anomalous Hall effect—the only difference being the spatial separation of the spin-orbit interaction and the magnetization. For this reason we name this effect the nonlocal anomalous Hall effect and predict that its sign will be determined by the sign of the spin-Hall angle in the metal. The AH conductivity that we calculate from our theory is in order of magnitude agreement with the measured values in Pt /YIG structures.

  9. Nonlocal Anomalous Hall Effect.

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    Zhang, Steven S-L; Vignale, Giovanni

    2016-04-01

    The anomalous Hall (AH) effect is deemed to be a unique transport property of ferromagnetic metals, caused by the concerted action of spin polarization and spin-orbit coupling. Nevertheless, recent experiments have shown that the effect also occurs in a nonmagnetic metal (Pt) in contact with a magnetic insulator [yttrium iron garnet (YIG)], even when precautions are taken to ensure that there is no induced magnetization in the metal. We propose a theory of this effect based on the combined action of spin-dependent scattering from the magnetic interface and the spin-Hall effect in the bulk of the metal. At variance with previous theories, we predict the effect to be of first order in the spin-orbit coupling, just as the conventional anomalous Hall effect-the only difference being the spatial separation of the spin-orbit interaction and the magnetization. For this reason we name this effect the nonlocal anomalous Hall effect and predict that its sign will be determined by the sign of the spin-Hall angle in the metal. The AH conductivity that we calculate from our theory is in order of magnitude agreement with the measured values in Pt/YIG structures.

  10. Role of the antiferromagnetic pinning layer on spin wave properties in IrMn/NiFe based spin-valves

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    Gubbiotti, G., E-mail: gubbiotti@fisica.unipg.it; Tacchi, S. [Istituto Officina dei Materiali del CNR (IOM-CNR), Unità di Perugia, I-06123 Perugia (Italy); Del Bianco, L. [Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Bologna, I-40127 Bologna (Italy); Department of Physics and Earth Sciences and CNISM, University of Ferrara, I-44122 Ferrara (Italy); Bonfiglioli, E.; Giovannini, L.; Spizzo, F.; Zivieri, R. [Department of Physics and Earth Sciences and CNISM, University of Ferrara, I-44122 Ferrara (Italy); Tamisari, M. [Department of Physics and Earth Sciences and CNISM, University of Ferrara, I-44122 Ferrara (Italy); Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia, Università di Perugia, I-06123 Perugia (Italy)

    2015-05-07

    Brillouin light scattering (BLS) was exploited to study the spin wave properties of spin-valve (SV) type samples basically consisting of two 5 nm-thick NiFe layers (separated by a Cu spacer of 5 nm), differently biased through the interface exchange coupling with an antiferromagnetic IrMn layer. Three samples were investigated: a reference SV sample, without IrMn (reference); one sample with an IrMn underlayer (10 nm thick) coupled to the bottom NiFe film; one sample with IrMn underlayer and overlayer of different thickness (10 nm and 6 nm), coupled to the bottom and top NiFe film, respectively. The exchange coupling with the IrMn, causing the insurgence of the exchange bias effect, allowed the relative orientation of the NiFe magnetization vectors to be controlled by an external magnetic field, as assessed through hysteresis loop measurements by magneto-optic magnetometry. Thus, BLS spectra were acquired by sweeping the magnetic field so as to encompass both the parallel and antiparallel alignment of the NiFe layers. The BLS results, well reproduced by the presented theoretical model, clearly revealed the combined effects on the spin dynamic properties of the dipolar interaction between the two NiFe films and of the interface IrMn/NiFe exchange coupling.

  11. A physical template family for gravitational waves from precessing binaries of spinning compact objects: Application to single-spin binaries

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    Pan, Y; Chen, Y; Vallisneri, M; Pan, Yi; Buonanno, Alessandra; Chen, Yanbei; Vallisneri, Michele

    2003-01-01

    The detection of the gravitational waves (GWs) emitted by precessing binaries of spinning compact objects is complicated by the the large number of parameters (such as the magnitudes and initial directions of the spins, and the position and orientation of the binary with respect to the detector) that are required to model accurately the precession-induced modulations of the GW signal. In this paper we describe a fast matched-filtering search scheme for precessing binaries, and we adopt the physical template family proposed by Buonanno, Chen, and Vallisneri [Phys.Rev.D 67, 104025 (2003)] for ground-based interferometers. This family provides essentially exact waveforms, written directly in terms of the physical parameters, for binaries with a single significant spin, and for which the observed GW signal is emitted during the phase of adiabatic inspiral (for LIGO-I and VIRGO, this corresponds to a total mass M < 15Msun). We show how the detection statistic can be maximized automatically over all the paramete...

  12. Gravitational waves from spinning compact object binaries: New post-Newtonian results

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    Marsat, Sylvain; Bohe, Alejandro; Faye, Guillaume

    2013-01-01

    We report on recent results obtained in the post-Newtonian framework for the modelling of the gravitational waves emitted by binary systems of spinning compact objects (black holes and/or neutron stars). These new results are obtained at the spin-orbit (linear-in-spin) level and solving Einstein's field equations iteratively in harmonic coordinates as well as the multipolar post-Newtonian formalism. The dynamics of the binary was tackled at the next-to-next-to-leading order, corresponding to the 3.5 post-Newtonian (PN) order for maximally spinning objects, and the result is found to be consistent with a previously obtained reduced Hamiltonian in the ADM approach. The corresponding contribution to the energy flux emitted by the binary was obtained at the 3.5PN order, as well as the next-to-leading 4PN tail contribution to this flux, an imprint of the non-linearity in the propagation of the wave. These new terms can be used to build more accurate PN templates for the next generation of gravitational wave detect...

  13. Evolution of spin-dependent atomic wave packets in a harmonic potential

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    Wen Ling-Hua; Liu Min; Kong Ling-Bo; Chen Ai-Xi; Zhan Ming-Sheng

    2005-01-01

    We have investigated theoretically the evolution of spin-dependent atomic wave packets in a harmonic magnetic trapping potential. For a Bose-condensed gas, which undergoes a Mott insulator transition and a spin-dependent transport, the atomic wavefunction can be described by an entangled single-atom state. Due to the confinement of the -harmonic potential, the density distributions exhibit periodic decay and revival, which is different from the case of free expansion after switching off the combined harmonic and optical lattice potential.

  14. Suppression of spin density wave by nickel doping in Eu Fe2As2

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    We have studied the structural, magnetic and transport properties of polycrystalline EuFe2-xNixAs2 (x = 0, 0.1). The replacement of 5% Fe by Ni leads to the suppression of spin density wave (SDW) anomaly and gives rise to a ferromagnetic ordering below 17 K. No sign of superconducting transition is observed down to 2 K. However ac susceptibility and the electrical resistivity measurements show two more kinks at Tpeak = 11.5 K and Tg = 3.5, which could be due to the transition from ferromagnetic to antiferromagnetic state and spin glass ordering, respectively. (author)

  15. On equation of state for the "thermal" part of the spin current: Pauli principle contribution in the spin wave spectrum in cold fermion system

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    Andreev, Pavel A

    2015-01-01

    Spin evolution opened a large field in quantum plasma research. The spin waves in plasmas were considered among new phenomena considered in spin-1/2 quantum plasmas. The spin density evolution equation found by means of the many-particle quantum hydrodynamics shows existence of the "thermal" part of the spin current, which is an analog of the thermal pressure, or the Fermi pressure for degenerate electron gas, existing in the Euler equation. However, this term has been dropped, since there has not been found any equation of state for the thermal part of the spin current (TPSC), like we have for the pressure. In this paper we derive the equation of state for the TPSC and apply it for study of spectrum of collective excitations in spin-1/2 quantum plasmas. We focus our research on the spectrum of spin waves, since this spectrum is affected by the thermal part of the spin current. We consider two kinds of plasmas: electron-ion plasma with motionless ions and degenerate electrons, and degenerate electron-positron...

  16. On the damping of right hand circularly polarized waves in spin quantum plasmas

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    Iqbal, Z. [Department of Physics, GC University Lahore, Lahore 54000 (Pakistan); Hussain, A., E-mail: ah-gcu@yahoo.com [Department of Physics, GC University Lahore, Lahore 54000 (Pakistan); Department of Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Islamabad 45320 (Pakistan); Murtaza, G. [Department of Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Islamabad 45320 (Pakistan); Ali, M. [Department of Physics, School of Natural Sciences, National University of Science and Technology Islamabad, Islamabad 44000 (Pakistan)

    2014-12-15

    General dispersion relation for the right hand circularly polarized waves has been derived using non-relativistic spin quantum kinetic theory. Employing the derived dispersion relation, temporal and spatial damping of the right hand circularly polarized waves are studied for both the degenerate and non-degenerate plasma regimes for two different frequency domains: (i) k{sub ∥}v≫(ω+ω{sub ce}),(ω+ω{sub cg}) and (ii) k{sub ∥}v≪(ω+ω{sub ce}),(ω+ω{sub cg}). Comparison of the cold and hot plasma regimes shows that the right hand circularly polarized wave with spin-effects exists for larger k-values as compared to the spinless case, before it damps completely. It is also found that the spin-effects can significantly influence the phase and group velocities of the whistler waves in both the degenerate and non-degenerate regimes. The results obtained are also analyzed graphically for some laboratory parameters to demonstrate the physical significance of the present work.

  17. Seniority number in spin-adapted spaces and compactness of configuration interaction wave functions.

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    Alcoba, Diego R; Torre, Alicia; Lain, Luis; Massaccesi, Gustavo E; Oña, Ofelia B

    2013-08-28

    This work extends the concept of seniority number, which has been widely used for classifying N-electron Slater determinants, to wave functions of N electrons and spin S, as well as to N-electron spin-adapted Hilbert spaces. We propose a spin-free formulation of the seniority number operator and perform a study on the behavior of the expectation values of this operator under transformations of the molecular basis sets. This study leads to propose a quantitative evaluation for the convergence of the expansions of the wave functions in terms of Slater determinants. The non-invariant character of the seniority number operator expectation value of a wave function with respect to a unitary transformation of the molecular orbital basis set, allows us to search for a change of basis which minimizes that expectation value. The results found in the description of wave functions of selected atoms and molecules show that the expansions expressed in these bases exhibit a more rapid convergence than those formulated in the canonical molecular orbital bases and even in the natural orbital ones. PMID:24006970

  18. Dual pumping of magnetostatic and spin-wave modes in yttrium-iron-garnet spheres

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    Araújo, W.; de Aguiar, F. M.; Azevedo, A.; Rezende, S. M.

    2003-05-01

    In ferrimagnetic materials subjected to a static magnetic field H, a parallel rf magnetic field h gives rise to nonlinear absorption due to the unstable growth of certain spin waves when exceeding a parametric instability threshold (PIT), h=hc. The excited spin waves have half the pumping frequency and a wave number k that depends on H, such that the curve hc vs H resembles the Greek symbol ν and is thus called a "butterfly curve." Recent experiments in a yttrium-iron-garnet sphere have shown that the PIT is resonantly reduced in the presence of a simultaneous perpendicular rf field at half the parallel-pumping frequency only on the right wing of the butterfly curve, where "volume" magnetostatic modes (k˜0) are primarily excited. Here, dual pumping experiments are reported at lower frequencies (8.882 and 4.441 GHz), allowing the presence of "surface" magnetostatic modes on the left wing and corresponding resonant PIT reduction in that region, where spin waves with k˜105 cm-1 are primarily excited by the parallel-pumping field. The results qualitatively agree with a model that put no restriction on the pumping frequency, thus extending earlier calculations by White and Schlömann [R. M. White and Schlömann, J. Appl. Phys. 33, 2437 (1962)].

  19. Spinning test-body orbiting around Schwarzschild black hole: circular dynamics and gravitational-wave fluxes

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    Harms, Enno; Bernuzzi, Sebastiano; Nagar, Alessandro

    2016-01-01

    We consider a spinning test-body in circular motion around a nonrotating black hole and analyze different prescriptions for the body's dynamics. We compare, for the first time, the Mathisson-Papapetrou formalism under the Tulczyjew spin-supplementary-condition (SSC), the Pirani SSC and the Ohashi-Kyrian-Semerak SSC, and the spinning particle limit of the effective-one-body Hamiltonian of [Phys.~Rev.~D.90,~044018(2014)]. We analyze the four different dynamics in terms of the ISCO shifts and in terms of the coordinate invariant binding energies, separating higher-order spin contributions from spin-orbit contributions. The asymptotic gravitational wave fluxes produced by the spinning body are computed by solving the inhomogeneous $(2+1)D$ Teukolsky equation and contrasted for the different cases. For small orbital frequencies $\\Omega$, all the prescriptions reduce to the same dynamics and the same radiation fluxes. For large frequencies, ${x \\equiv (M \\Omega)^{2/3} >0.1 }$, where $M$ is the black hole mass, and ...

  20. Does spin density wave-like antiferromagnetic ordering coexist with extended s-wave pairing in the nearly half-filled quasi two-dimensional Hubbard model

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    It has been shown that the spin-density wave instability does not coexist with s-like anisotropic superconductivity in the molecular field approach to the nearly half-filled two-dimensional Hubbard model. The phase diagram of the interplay of normal state, spin density wave, d-wave and extended s-wave superconducting orderings has been constructed. The possibility of the first order transition from the normal state and the superconducting state to the SDW-phase has been discussed. (author). 14 refs, 2 figs

  1. Implementing a search for gravitational waves from binary black holes with nonprecessing spin

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    Capano, Collin; Harry, Ian; Privitera, Stephen; Buonanno, Alessandra

    2016-06-01

    Searching for gravitational waves (GWs) from binary black holes (BBHs) with LIGO and Virgo involves matched-filtering data against a set of representative signal waveforms—a template bank—chosen to cover the full signal space of interest with as few template waveforms as possible. Although the component black holes may have significant angular momenta (spin), previous searches for BBHs have filtered LIGO and Virgo data using only waveforms where both component spins are zero. This leads to a loss of signal-to-noise ratio for signals where this is not the case. Combining the best available template placement techniques and waveform models, we construct a template bank of GW signals from BBHs with component spins χ1 ,2∈[-0.99 ,0.99 ] aligned with the orbital angular momentum, component masses m1 ,2∈[2 ,48 ]M⊙ , and total mass Mtotal≤50 M⊙ . Using effective-one-body waveforms with spin effects, we show that less than 3% of the maximum signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of these signals is lost due to the discreetness of the bank, using the early Advanced LIGO noise curve. We use simulated Advanced LIGO noise to compare the sensitivity of this bank to a nonspinning bank covering the same parameter space. In doing so, we consider the competing effects between improved SNR and signal-based vetoes and the increase in the rate of false alarms of the aligned-spin bank due to covering a larger parameter space. We find that the aligned-spin bank can be a factor of 1.3-5 more sensitive than a nonspinning bank to BBHs with dimensionless spins >+0.6 and component masses ≳20 M⊙ . Even larger gains are obtained for systems with equally high spins but smaller component masses.

  2. Experimental observation of the interaction of propagating spin waves with Néel domain walls in a Landau domain structure

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    Pirro, P.; Sebastian, T.; Leven, B.; Hillebrands, B. [Fachbereich Physik and Landesforschungszentrum OPTIMAS, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, 67663 Kaiserslautern (Germany); Koyama, T. [Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Bunkyo, Tokyo 113-8656 (Japan); Brächer, T. [Fachbereich Physik and Landesforschungszentrum OPTIMAS, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, 67663 Kaiserslautern (Germany); Graduate School Materials Science in Mainz, Gottlieb-Daimler-Strasse 47, 67663 Kaiserslautern (Germany)

    2015-06-08

    The interaction of propagating dipolar spin waves with magnetic domain walls is investigated in square-shaped microstructures patterned from the Heusler compound Co{sub 2}Mn{sub 0.6}Fe{sub 0.4}Si. Using magnetic force microscopy, the reversible preparation of a Landau state with four magnetic domains separated by Néel domain walls is confirmed. A local spin-wave excitation using a microstructured antenna is realized in one of the domains. It is shown by Brillouin light scattering microscopy that the domain structure in the remanence state has a strong influence on the spin-wave excitation and propagation. The domain walls strongly reflect the spin waves and can be used as spin-wave reflectors. A comparison with micromagnetic simulations shows that the strong reflection is due to the long-range dipolar interaction which has important implications for the use of these spin waves for exerting an all-magnonic spin-transfer torque.

  3. Growth and spin-wave properties of thin Y{sub 3}Fe{sub 5}O{sub 12} films on Si substrates

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    Stognij, A. I.; Novitskii, N. N. [Scientific and Practical Materials Research Centre, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk 220072 (Belarus); Lutsev, L. V., E-mail: l-lutsev@mail.ru; Bursian, V. E. [Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg 194021 (Russian Federation)

    2015-07-14

    We describe synthesis of submicron Y{sub 3}Fe{sub 5}O{sub 12} (YIG) films sputtered on Si substrates and present results of the investigation of ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) and spin waves in YIG/SiO{sub 2}/Si structures. It is found that decrease of the annealing time leads to essential reduction of the FMR linewidth ΔH and, consequently, to reduction of relaxation losses of spin waves. Spin-wave propagation in in-plane magnetized YIG/SiO{sub 2}/Si structures is studied. We observe the asymmetry of amplitude-frequency characteristics of the Damon-Eshbach spin waves caused by different localizations of spin waves at the free YIG surface and at the YIG/SiO{sub 2} interface. Growth of the generating microwave power leads to spin-wave instability and changes amplitude-frequency characteristics of spin waves.

  4. Spin wave surface states in one-dimensional planar magnonic crystals

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    Rychły, Justyna

    2016-01-01

    We have investigated surface spin wave states in one-dimensional planar bi-component magnonic crystals, localized on the surfaces resulting from the breaking of the periodic structure. The two systems have been considered: the magnonic crystal with periodic changes of the anisotropy field in exchange regime and the magnonic crystal composed of Fe and Ni stripes in dipolar regime with exchange interactions included. We chose the symmetric unit cell for both systems to implement the symmetry related criteria for existence of the surface states. We investigated also the surface states induced by the presence of perturbation of the surface areas of the magnonic crystals. We showed, that the system with modulated anisotropy is a direct analog of the electronic crystal. Therefore, the surface states in both systems have the same properties. For surface states existing in magnonic crystals in dipolar regime we demonstrated that spin waves preserve distinct differences to the electronic crystals, which are due to lon...

  5. Exchange anisotropy and spin-wave damping in CoFe/IrMn bilayers

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    Rezende, S. M.; Lucena, M. A.; Azevedo, A.; de Aguiar, F. M.; Fermin, J. R.; Parkin, S. S. P.

    2003-05-01

    The magnetic properties and the spin-wave damping in FM/AF bilayers of CoFe/IrMn have been investigated with magneto-optic Kerr effect magnetometry, ferromagnetic resonance (FMR), and Brillouin light scattering (BLS). As observed in other systems, the values of the interlayer exchange field obtained with different techniques are discrepant, but they all exhibit the expected t-1 dependence with the FM film thickness t. On the other hand the spin-wave relaxation rates measured by BLS and FMR are fit with a t-2 dependence plus a constant term. This is interpreted as the sum of two independent contributions, an intrinsic mechanism dominated by Gilbert damping and an extrinsic mechanism dominated by two-magnon scattering due to fluctuations of the interlayer exchange coupling caused by interface roughness.

  6. Complete mapping of the spin-wave spectrum in a vortex-state nanodisk

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    Taurel, B.; Valet, T.; Naletov, V. V.; Vukadinovic, N.; de Loubens, G.; Klein, O.

    2016-05-01

    We report a study on the complete spin-wave spectrum inside a vortex-state nanodisk. Transformation of this spectrum is continuously monitored as the nanodisk becomes gradually magnetized by a perpendicular magnetic field and encounters a second-order phase transition to the uniformly magnetized state. This reveals the bijective relationship that exists between the eigenmodes in the vortex state and the ones in the saturated state. It is found that the gyrotropic mode can be continuously viewed as a uniform phase precession, which uniquely softens (its frequency vanishes) at the saturation field to transform above into the Kittel mode. By contrast, the other spin-wave modes remain finite as a function of the applied field, while their character is altered by level anticrossing.

  7. Spin wave collapse and incommensurate fluctuations in URu[sub 2]Si[sub 2

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    Buyers, W.J.L. (AECL Research, Chalk River, Ont. K0J1J0 (Canada)); Tun, Z. (AECL Research, Chalk River, Ont. K0J1J0 (Canada)); Petersen, T. (Risoe National Laboratory, DK 4000 (Denmark)); Mason, T.E. (Risoe National Laboratory, DK 4000 (Denmark)); Lussier, J.G. (McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont. L8S4M1 (Canada)); Gaulin, B.D. (McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont. L8S4M1 (Canada)); Menovsky, A.A. (University of Amsterdam, 1018XE Amsterdam (Netherlands))

    1994-04-01

    To test if the T[sub N]=17.7 K transition in URu[sub 2]Si[sub 2] is driven by a divergence of a magnetic order parameter we performed high-resolution neutron scattering . At the ordering wave vector the spin-wave energy collapsed and the susceptibility diverged as T[sub N] was approached. This confirms that the order parameter is the magnetic dipole, as shown by recent symmetry arguments and polarized neutron experiments [1]. We also observe incommensurate fluctuations, suggesting that competing temperature-dependent interactions may influence this weak-moment transition. ((orig.))

  8. Magnetic thin-film insulator with ultra-low spin wave damping for coherent nanomagnonics

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    Yu, Haiming; Kelly, O. d'Allivy; Cros, V.; Bernard, R.; Bortolotti, P.; Anane, A.; Brandl, F.; Huber, R.; Stasinopoulos, I.; Grundler, D.

    2014-01-01

    Wave control in the solid state has opened new avenues in modern information technology. Surface-acoustic-wave-based devices are found as mass market products in 100 millions of cellular phones. Spin waves (magnons) would offer a boost in today's data handling and security implementations, i.e., image processing and speech recognition. However, nanomagnonic devices realized so far suffer from the relatively short damping length in the metallic ferromagnets amounting to a few 10 micrometers typically. Here we demonstrate that nm-thick YIG films overcome the damping chasm. Using a conventional coplanar waveguide we excite a large series of short-wavelength spin waves (SWs). From the data we estimate a macroscopic of damping length of about 600 micrometers. The intrinsic damping parameter suggests even a record value about 1 mm allowing for magnonics-based nanotechnology with ultra-low damping. In addition, SWs at large wave vector are found to exhibit the non-reciprocal properties relevant for new concepts in nanoscale SW-based logics. We expect our results to provide the basis for coherent data processing with SWs at GHz rates and in large arrays of cellular magnetic arrays, thereby boosting the envisioned image processing and speech recognition. PMID:25355200

  9. Magnetohydrodynamic waves with relativistic electrons and positrons in degenerate spin-1/2 astrophysical plasmas

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    Maroof, R. [Department of Physics, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan 23200 (Pakistan); Department of Physics, University of Peshawar, Peshawar 25000 (Pakistan); National Center for Physics (NCP) at QAU Campus, Shahdra Valley Road, Islamabad 44000 (Pakistan); Ali, S. [National Center for Physics (NCP) at QAU Campus, Shahdra Valley Road, Islamabad 44000 (Pakistan); Mushtaq, A. [Department of Physics, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan 23200 (Pakistan); National Center for Physics (NCP) at QAU Campus, Shahdra Valley Road, Islamabad 44000 (Pakistan); Qamar, A. [Department of Physics, University of Peshawar, Peshawar 25000 (Pakistan)

    2015-11-15

    Linear properties of high and low frequency waves are studied in an electron-positron-ion (e-p-i) dense plasma with spin and relativity effects. In a low frequency regime, the magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) waves, namely, the magnetoacoustic and Alfven waves are presented in a magnetized plasma, in which the inertial ions are taken as spinless and non-degenerate, whereas the electrons and positrons are treated quantum mechanically due to their smaller mass. Quantum corrections associated with the spin magnetization and density correlations for electrons and positrons are re-considered and a generalized dispersion relation for the low frequency MHD waves is derived to account for relativistic degeneracy effects. On the basis of angles of propagation, the dispersion relations of different modes are discussed analytically in a degenerate relativistic plasma. Numerical results reveal that electron and positron relativistic degeneracy effects significantly modify the dispersive properties of MHD waves. Our present analysis should be useful for understanding the collective interactions in dense astrophysical compact objects, like, the white dwarfs and in atmosphere of neutron stars.

  10. Classical non-linear wave dynamics and gluon spin operator in SU(2) QCD

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    Kim, Youngman; Tsukioka, Takuya; Zhang, P M

    2016-01-01

    We study various types of classical non-linear wave solutions with mass scale parameters in a pure SU(2) quantum chromodynamics. It has been shown that there are two gauge non-equivalent solutions for non-linear plane waves with a mass parameter. One of them corresponds to embedding \\lambda \\phi^4 theory into the SU(2) Yang-Mills theory, another represents essentially Yang-Mills type solution. We describe a wide class of stationary and non-stationary wave solutions among which kink like solitons and non-linear wave packet solutions have been found. A regular stationary monopole like solution with a finite energy density is proposed. The solution can be treated as a Wu-Yang monopole dressed in off-diagonal gluons. All non-linear wave solutions have common features: presence of a mass scale parameter, non-vanishing projection of the color magnetic field along the propagation direction and a total spin zero. Gauge invariant and Lorentz frame independent definitions of the gluon spin operator are considered.

  11. Spin-Triplet Andreev Reflection in Ferromagnet/Ferromangnet/s-Wave Superconductor Junctions

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    JI Yi-Qun; NIU Zhi-Ping; FENG Cui-Di; XING Ding-Yu

    2008-01-01

    Four-component Bogoliubov-de Gennes equations are applied to study the tunnelling conductance spectra G(E)of half-metallic ferromagnet/ferromagnet/s-wave superconductor tunnel junctions.It is found that only for noncollinear magnetizations,there exists nonzero G(E) structure within the energy gap,which is a signature of appearance of the novel Andreev reflection and spin-triplet pairing correlations.

  12. Evidence of spin density wave of CeOs4Sb12

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    YANG Changping; ZHOU Zhihui; WANG Hao; HU Jifan; IWASA Kazuaki; SUGAWARA Hitoshi; SATO Hideyuki

    2006-01-01

    Elastic neutron diffraction measurements were performed on single crystals to study the ground state below the mysterious exotic transition temperature 0.86 K. An antiferromagnetic order with a tiny moment of 0.027μB per formula is formedas the ground state for CeOs4Sb12 below the transition point. Our neutron data gives the evidence of spin density wave state for CeOs4Sb12 in this work.

  13. A nonlinear lattice model for Heisenberg helimagnet and spin wave instabilities

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    Ludvin Felcy, A.; Latha, M. M.; Christal Vasanthi, C.

    2016-10-01

    We study the dynamics of a Heisenberg helimagnet by presenting a square lattice model and proposing the Hamiltonian associated with it. The corresponding equation of motion is constructed after averaging the Hamiltonian using a suitable wavefunction. The stability of the spin wave is discussed by means of Modulational Instability (MI) analysis. The influence of various types of inhomogeneities in the lattice is also investigated by improving the model.

  14. Polarization dependence of the spin-density-wave excitations in single-domain chromium

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    Boeni, P. [Paul Scherrer Inst. (PSI), Villigen (Switzerland); Roessli, B. [Institut Max von Laue - Paul Langevin, 75 - Paris (France); Sternlieb, B.J. [Brookhaven (United States); Lorenzo, E. [Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), 38 - Grenoble (France); Werner, S.A. [Missouri (United States)

    1997-09-01

    A polarized neutron scattering experiment has been performed with a single-Q, single domain sample of chromium in a magnetic field of 4 T. It is confirmed that the longitudinal fluctuations are enhanced for small energy transfers and that the spin wave modes with {delta}S parallel to Q and {delta}S perpendicular to Q are similar. (author) 2 figs., 1 tab., 2 refs.

  15. Spin-wave instabilities of ferromagnetic nanowire stripes under parallel pumping

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    Haghshenasfard, Zahra; Cottam, Michael G.

    2016-05-01

    A microscopic (or Hamiltonian-based) theory is presented for the spin-wave instability thresholds in ferromagnetic nanowires under conditions of parallel pumping with a microwave field. A dipole-exchange Hamiltonian is employed in which the external magnetic field is either longitudinal or transverse to the length of the nanowire. This contrasts with most previous work on nonlinear spin waves which concentrate on situations where a macroscopic (or continuum) theory is appropriate. In nanowire stripes with lateral dimensions of order 100 nm or less, the quantization of the eigenmodes becomes modified due to strong spatial confinement and edge effects, making it appropriate to employ a microscopic dipole-exchange approach analogous to that used recently for ultrathin films. Numerical applications are presented for the dependence of the threshold microwave field amplitude for instability on the static applied field (the analog of the butterfly curves). The cases of longitudinal and transverse applied fields are found to lead to distinctly different behaviors, which are illustrated using EuS and permalloy as materials with different ratios of dipolar to exchange interactions. Structural effects due to the discrete spin-wave branches lead to structural aspects of the butterfly curves that are significantly modified compared with those for ultrathin films due to the edge modes in the nanowires.

  16. Epitaxial MnAs Films Studied by Ferromagnetic and Spin Wave Resonance

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    Toliński, T.; Lenz, K.; Lindner, J.; Baberschke, K.; Ney, A.; Hesjedal, T.; Pampuch, C.; Däweritz, L.; Koch, R.; Ploog, K. H.

    We investigated the anisotropy and intrinsic exchange interaction within MnAs films using ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) and spin wave resonance (SWR), respectively. Apart from the dominating in-plane easy axis a presence of an independent contribution (independent FMR mode) characterized by an out-of-plane easy axis is found in agreement with our previous magnetometric studies. The temperature sweep of the resonance spectra shows a jump both for the resonance field and the resonance linewidth at a temperature of 10°C, i.e., at the transition from the hexagonal (ferromagnetic) α-phase to the region of the coexisting α- and orthorhombic (paramagnetic) β-phase. In the coexistence region the main easy axis lies in-plane and perpendicular to the stripe direction being the direction of the c axis. In the SWR measurements with magnetic field applied close to the normal of the film a set of lines resulting from the excitation of spin waves is observed. The extracted exchange constant is as small as A = 17.7 ×10-10 erg/cm. Moreover, the temperature dependence of the spin wave stiffness constant D = 2A/M has been determined within the coexistence region.

  17. Spin-Wave Resonance and Relaxation in CoFeB/Cr Superlattices

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    Gong, Yu; Cevher, Zehra; Ren, Yuhang; Imrane, Hassan; Sun, Nian X.

    2009-03-01

    We investigated the magnetic anisotropic properties and the spin wave relaxation in ten periods of CoFeB/Cr/CoFeB films grown on seed layers of Cu (˜ 5 nm) with Co : Fe : B composition ratio as 2:2:1. The measurements were taken in samples with 50-angstrom layers of CoFeB using both the time-resolved pump-probe magneto-optical sampling and the ferromagnetic resonance techniques. The thickness of the Cr interlayers ranges from 4-angstrom to 40-angstrom for investigating the mechanisms of interlayer coupling and exchange interactions. Both the acoustic branch and the optical branch in spin wave resonance spectra are identified. We determine the magnetic anisotropic parameters by measuring spin wave frequency as a function of external magnetic field in the time domain and by orthogonally rotating the field aligned axis with respect to the spectral field in the frequency domain. Moreover, we estimate the intrinsic Gilbert damping for the in-plane magnetization orientation. When the interlayer coupling is weaker, the damping increases significantly.

  18. Magnetic anisotropy and spin wave relaxation in CoFe/PtMn/CoFe trilayer films

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    Ren, Y. H.; Wu, C.; Gong, Y.; Pettiford, C.; Sun, N. X.

    2009-04-01

    We investigated the magnetic anisotropic properties and the spin wave relaxation in trilayer films of CoFe/PtMn/CoFe grown on the seed layer Ru or NiFeCr with CoFe compositions being Co-16 at. % Fe. The measurements were taken in samples with the ferromagnetic layers of CoFe varying from 10 to 500 Å by the ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) technique. The magnetic anisotropic parameters were investigated by rotating the field aligned axis with respect to the spectral field in the configurations of both in plane and out of plane. We determine the effective in-plane anisotropy field of ˜0.005 T, the uniaxial out-of-plane anisotropy of ˜-0.3 T, and the exchange stiffness D of ˜512 meV Å2. Moreover, spin wave damping was estimated by analyzing the FMR linewidth and line shape as a function of the angle between the external field and easy axis and as a function of the thickness of the CoFe layers. We identify an extrinsic contribution of the damping parameter dominated by two-magnon scattering in addition to the intrinsic Gilbert term with a damping parameter, α =0.012. Further, we reveal that a significant linewidth broadening could also be caused by the overlap of the surface and the uniform spin wave excitations. The FMR lines show a strong dependence of the surface anisotropy contribution of free energy in trilayer films.

  19. Direct observation of isolated Damon-Eshbach and backward volume spin-wave packets in ferromagnetic microstripes.

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    Wessels, Philipp; Vogel, Andreas; Tödt, Jan-Niklas; Wieland, Marek; Meier, Guido; Drescher, Markus

    2016-01-01

    The analysis of isolated spin-wave packets is crucial for the understanding of magnetic transport phenomena and is particularly interesting for applications in spintronic and magnonic devices, where isolated spin-wave packets implement an information processing scheme with negligible residual heat loss. We have captured microscale magnetization dynamics of single spin-wave packets in metallic ferromagnets in space and time. Using an optically driven high-current picosecond pulse source in combination with time-resolved scanning Kerr microscopy probed by femtosecond laser pulses, we demonstrate phase-sensitive real-space observation of spin-wave packets in confined permalloy (Ni80Fe20) microstripes. Impulsive excitation permits extraction of the dynamical parameters, i.e. phase- and group velocities, frequencies and wave vectors. In addition to well-established Damon-Eshbach modes our study reveals waves with counterpropagating group- and phase-velocities. Such unusual spin-wave motion is expected for backward volume modes where the phase fronts approach the excitation volume rather than emerging out of it due to the negative slope of the dispersion relation. These modes are difficult to excite and observe directly but feature analogies to negative refractive index materials, thus enabling model studies of wave propagation inside metamaterials. PMID:26906113

  20. Physics Colloquium: Theory of the spin wave Seebeck effect in magnetic insulators

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    Université de Genève

    2011-01-01

    Geneva University Physics Department 24, quai Ernest-Ansermet CH-1211 Geneva 4 Lundi 28 février 2011 17h00 - École de Physique, Auditoire Stückelberg Theory of the spin wave Seebeck effect in magnetic insulators Prof. Gerrit Bauer Delft University of Technology The subfield of spin caloritronics addresses the coupling of heat, charge and spin currents in nanostructures. In the center of interest is here the spin Seebeck effect, which was discovered in an iron-nickel alloy. Uchida et al. recently observed the effect also in an electrically insulating Yttrium Iron Garnett (YIG) thin magnetic film. To our knowledge this is the first observation of a Seebeck effect generated by an insulator, implying that the physics is fundamentally different from the conventional Seebeck effect in metals. We explain the experiments by the pumping of a spin current into the detecting contacts by the thermally excited magnetization dynamics. In this talk I will give a brief overview over the state o...

  1. Spin waves propagation and confinement in magnetic microstructures; Propagation et confinement d'ondes de spin dans les microstructures magnetiques

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    Bailleul, M

    2002-10-01

    In this thesis, ferromagnetic thin film elements have been studied on a small scale ({mu}m) and at high frequencies (GHz). For those studies, a microwave spectrometer based on the use of micro-antennae has been developed. It had been applied to two different systems. In a first time, we have launched and detected spin waves in continuous films. This allowed us to describe both the transduction process and the relaxation law for long wavelength spin waves. In a second time, we have studied micrometer-wide stripe for which the magnetic ground state is inhomogeneous. The obtained microwave response has been interpreted in terms of micro-magnetic phase transitions and in terms of spin waves confinement. (author)

  2. Ground state and the spin precession of the Dirac electron in counterpropagating plane electromagnetic waves

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    Borzdov, G. N.

    2016-06-01

    The fundamental solution of the Dirac equation for an electron in an electromagnetic field with harmonic dependence on space-time coordinates is obtained. The field is composed of three standing plane harmonic waves with mutually orthogonal phase planes and the same frequency. Each standing wave consists of two eigenwaves with different complex amplitudes and opposite directions of propagation. The fundamental solution is obtained in the form of the projection operator defining the subspace of solutions to the Dirac equation. It is illustrated by the analysis of the ground state and the spin precession of the Dirac electron in the field of two counterpropagating plane waves with left and right circular polarizations. Interrelations between the fundamental solution and approximate partial solutions is discussed and a criterion for evaluating the accuracy of approximate solutions is suggested.

  3. Spin wave collapse and incommensurate fluctuations in URu2Si2

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    Buyers, W.J.L.; Tun, Z.; Petersen, T.;

    1994-01-01

    To test if the T(N) = 17.7 K transition in URu2Si2 is driven by a divergence of a magnetic order parameter we performed high-resolution neutron scattering. At the ordering wave vector the spin-wave energy collapsed. and the susceptibility diverged as T(N) was approached. This confirms that the or...

  4. Parameter estimation on gravitational waves from neutron-star binaries with spinning components

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    Farr, Ben; Farr, Will M; Haster, Carl-Johan; Middleton, Hannah; Cannon, Kipp; Graff, Philip B; Hanna, Chad; Mandel, Ilya; Pankow, Chris; Price, Larry R; Sidery, Trevor; Singer, Leo P; Urban, Alex L; Vecchio, Alberto; Veitch, John; Vitale, Salvatore

    2015-01-01

    Inspiraling binary neutron stars are expected to be one of the most significant sources of gravitational-wave signals for the new generation of advanced ground-based detectors. Advanced LIGO will begin operation in 2015 and we investigate how well we could hope to measure properties of these binaries should a detection be made in the first observing period. We study an astrophysically motivated population of sources (binary components with masses $1.2~\\mathrm{M}_\\odot$-$1.6~\\mathrm{M}_\\odot$ and spins of less than $0.05$) using the full LIGO analysis pipeline. While this simulated population covers the observed range of potential binary neutron-star sources, we do not exclude the possibility of sources with parameters outside these ranges; given the existing uncertainty in distributions of mass and spin, it is critical that analyses account for the full range of possible mass and spin configurations. We find that conservative prior assumptions on neutron-star mass and spin lead to average fractional uncertain...

  5. Implementing a search for gravitational waves from non-precessing, spinning binary black holes

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    Capano, Collin; Privitera, Stephen; Buonanno, Alessandra

    2016-01-01

    Searching for gravitational waves (GWs) from binary black holes (BBHs) with LIGO and Virgo involves matched-filtering data against a set of representative signal waveforms --- a template bank --- chosen to cover the full signal space of interest with as few template waveforms as possible. Although the component black holes may have significant angular momenta (spin), previous searches for BBHs have filtered LIGO and Virgo data using only waveforms where both component spins are zero. This leads to a loss of signal-to-noise ratio for signals where this is not the case. Combining the best available template placement techniques and waveform models, we construct a template bank of GW signals from BBHs with component spins $\\chi_{1,2}\\in [-0.99, 0.99]$ aligned with the orbital angular momentum, component masses $m_{1,2}\\in [2, 48]\\,\\mathrm{M}_\\odot$, and total mass $M_\\mathrm{total} \\leq 50\\,\\mathrm{M}_\\odot$. Using effective-one-body waveforms with spin effects, we show that less than $3\\%$ of the maximum signal...

  6. Micromagnetic study of CoPt-SiO2 granular films by spin-wave Brillouin scattering

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    A spin-wave Brillouin scattering study of a CoPt-SiO2 granular magnetic recording medium was made. This film contains ferromagnetic CoPt particles in a SiO2 matrix, and has an extremely low medium noise property due to little exchange coupling between magnetic grains. Spin waves of both the propagating surface mode and standing wave mode were found to be excited in granular magnetic films with various microstructures. A possible origin of the spin wave is a magnetostatic coupling between regularly ordered CoPt grains, as reported for artificially patterned magnetic thin films. This result shows two promising features of the CoPt-SiO2 granular film for high density recording medium: It is an ordered media obtained in a self-organizing manner, and it is less influenced by the thermal fluctuation effect, which is a serious problem for current high density magnetic recording. (c) 2000 American Institute of Physics

  7. Relativistic wave equations for fermions; auxiliary-spin content; simple equations; theorems about spin 3/2

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    Labonte, G. (Freie Univ. Berlin (Germany, F.R.). Inst. fuer Theoretische Physik; Royal Military Coll. of Canada, Kingston, Ontario. Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science)

    1983-06-21

    The properties of the GAMMA-matrices for general fermion equations are analysed with respect to the auxiliary-spin content. Equations are derived for the submatrices interconnecting the different spin components, in a basis in which the generators of SU/sub 2/ are fully reduced. The family of equations in which the physical spin s is not also an auxiliary spin is pointed out as being particularly simple. Theorems are proved concerning this family: they can involve only spins smaller than s; there is only one auxiliary spin, if and only if s=3/2; when the Harish-Chandra degree is four, s=3/2.

  8. Rapid gravitational wave parameter estimation with a single spin: Systematic uncertainties in parameter estimation with the SpinTaylorF2 approximation

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    Miller, Brandon; Littenberg, Tyson B; Farr, Ben

    2015-01-01

    Reliable low-latency gravitational wave parameter estimation is essential to target limited electromagnetic followup facilities toward astrophysically interesting and electromagnetically relevant sources of gravitational waves. In this study, we examine the tradeoff between speed and accuracy. Specifically, we estimate the astrophysical relevance of systematic errors in the posterior parameter distributions derived using a fast-but-approximate waveform model, SpinTaylorF2 (STF2), in parameter estimation with lalinference_mcmc. Though efficient, the STF2 approximation to compact binary inspiral employs approximate kinematics (e.g., a single spin) and an approximate waveform (e.g., frequency domain versus time domain). More broadly, using a large astrophysically-motivated population of generic compact binary merger signals, we report on the effectualness and limitations of this single-spin approximation as a method to infer parameters of generic compact binary sources. For most low-mass compact binary sources, ...

  9. Quantum interference of stored dual-channel spin-wave excitations in a single tripod system

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    We present an experimental demonstration of dual-channel memory in a single tripod atomic system. The total readout signal exhibits either constructive or destructive interference when the dual-channel spin-wave excitations (SWEs) are retrieved by two reading beams with a controllable relative phase. When the two reading beams have opposite phases, the SWEs will remain in the medium, which can be retrieved later with two in-phase reading beams. Such a phase-sensitive storage and retrieval scheme can be used to measure and control the relative phase between the two SWEs in the memory medium, which may find applications in quantum-information processing.

  10. Large-scale simulations of spin-density-wave order in frustrated lattices

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    Barros, Kipton; Batista, Cristian; Chern, Gia-Wei

    We investigate spin-density-wave (SDW) phases within a generalized mean-field approximation. This approach incorporates the thermal fluctuations of SDW order and the development of short-range order above magnetic ordering temperatures Tc. Using a new Langevin dynamics method, we study mesoscale structures associated with triple- Q SDW states that are induced by Fermi surface nesting in triangular and kagome lattice Hubbard models. The core of our linear-scaling Langevin dynamics simulations is an efficient stochastic kernel polynomial method for computing the electron density matrix. We also investigate exotic phases above Tc arising from preformed magnetic moments.

  11. Localized excitation of magnetostatic surface spin waves in yttrium iron garnet by shorted coaxial probe detected via spin pumping and rectification effect

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    Soh, Wee Tee, E-mail: a0046479@u.nus.edu; Ong, C. K. [Center for Superconducting and Magnetic Materials, Department of Physics, National University of Singapore, 2 Science Drive 3, Singapore 117551 (Singapore); Peng, Bin [State Key Laboratory of Electronic Thin Films and Integrated Devices, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu 610054 (China)

    2015-04-21

    We demonstrate the localized excitation and dc electrical detection of magnetostatic surface spin waves (MSSWs) in yttrium iron garnet (YIG) by a shorted coaxial probe. Thin films of NiFe and Pt are patterned at different regions onto a common bulk YIG substrate. A shorted coaxial probe is used to excite spin precession locally near various patterned regions. The dc voltages across the corresponding regions are recorded. For excitation of the Pt regions, the dc voltage spectra are dominated by the spin pumping of MSSWs from YIG, where various modes can be clearly distinguished. For the NiFe region, it is also found that spin pumping from MSSWs generated in YIG dominated the spectra, indicating that the spin pumped currents are dissipated into charge currents via the inverse Spin Hall effect (ISHE) in NiFe. For all regions, dc signals from YIG MSSWs are observed to be much stronger than the ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) uniform mode, likely due to the nature of the microwave excitation. The results indicate the potential of this probe for microwave imaging via dc detection of spin dynamics in continuous and patterned films.

  12. Low loss spin wave resonances in organic-based ferrimagnet vanadium tetracyanoethylene thin films

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    Zhu, Na; Zhang, Xufeng; Froning, I. H.; Flatté, Michael E.; Johnston-Halperin, E.; Tang, Hong X.

    2016-08-01

    We experimentally demonstrate high quality factor spin wave resonances in an encapsulated thin film of the organic-based ferrimagnet vanadium tetracyanoethylene ( V [TC N E ] x ˜2 ) coated on an a-plane sapphire substrate by low temperature chemical vapor deposition. The thickness standing wave modes are observed in a broad frequency range (1 GHz-5 GHz) with high quality factor exceeding 3200 in ambient air at room temperature, rivaling those of inorganic magnetic materials. The exchange constant of V [TC N E ] x ˜2 , a crucial material parameter for future study and device design of the V [TC N E ] x ˜2 , is extracted from the measurement with a value of (4.61 ±0.35 ) ×10-16 m2 . Our result establishes the feasibility of using organic-based materials for building hybrid magnonic devices and circuits.

  13. d-wave superconductivity, antiferromagnetism and spin liquid in quasi-two-dimensional organic superconductors

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    2006-09-01

    Full Text Available   The self-energy-functional approach is a powerful many-body tool to investigate different broken symmetry phases of strongly correlated electron systems. We use the variational cluster perturbation theory (also called the variational cluster approximation to investigate the interplay between the antiferromagnetism and d-wave superconductivity of κ-(ET2 X conductors. These compounds are described by the so-called dimer Hubbard model, with various values of the on-site repulsion U and diagonal hopping amplitude t. At strong coupling, our zero-temperature calculations show a transition from Néel antiferromagnetism to a spin-liquid phase with no long range order, at around t ~ 0.9. At lower values of U, we find d-wave superconductivity. Taking into account the point group symmetries of the lattice, we find a transition between dx2-y2 and dxy pairing symmetries, the latter happening for smaller values of U.

  14. Modulational instability of spin modified quantum magnetosonic waves in Fermi-Dirac-Pauli plasmas

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    A theoretical and numerical study of the modulational instability of large amplitude quantum magnetosonic waves (QMWs) in a relativistically degenerate plasma is presented. A modified nonlinear Schrödinger equation is derived by using the reductive perturbation method. The modulational instability regions of the QMWs and the corresponding growth rates are significantly affected by the relativistic degeneracy parameter, the Pauli spin magnetization effects, and the equilibrium magnetic field. The dynamics and nonlinear saturation of the modulational instability of QMWs are investigated numerically. It is found that the increase of the relativistic degeneracy parameter can increase the growth rate of the instability, and the system is saturated nonlinearly by the formation of envelope solitary waves. The current investigation may have relevance to astrophysical magnetized compact objects, such as white dwarfs and pulsar magnetospheres

  15. Spin contamination-free N-electron wave functions in the excitation-based configuration interaction treatment

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    Alcoba, Diego R.; Torre, Alicia; Lain, Luis; Massaccesi, Gustavo E.; Oña, Ofelia B.; Capuzzi, Pablo

    2016-07-01

    This work deals with the spin contamination in N-electron wave functions provided by the excitation-based configuration interaction methods. We propose a procedure to ensure a suitable selection of excited N-electron Slater determinants with respect to a given reference determinant, required in these schemes. The procedure guarantees the construction of N-electron wave functions which are eigenfunctions of the spin-squared operator S ˆ 2 , avoiding any spin contamination. Our treatment is based on the evaluation of the excitation level of the determinants by means of the expectation value of an excitation operator formulated in terms of spin-free replacement operators. We report numerical determinations of energies and expectation values, arising from our proposal as well as from traditional configuration interaction methods, in selected open-shell systems, in order to compare the behavior of these procedures and their computational costs.

  16. The Riemann Geometry of Space and Gravitational Waves With The Spin $s=1$

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    Dolginov, Arkady Z

    2014-01-01

    It is taken into account that not the Ricci tensor ${R_{il}}$ (Einstein equation), but the Riemann tensor ${R_{iklm}}$ provides the most general description of the space geometry. If ${{R_{il}}=0}$ (the space empty with matter, but it can be occupied by gravitational waves) then ${{R_{iklm}}={C_{iklm}}} $ . The tensor ${C_{iklm}}$ is the Weyl tensor, which disappears by conversion:${{R_{il}}={g^{km}}{R_{iklm}}}$ and we lose all information about the space structure, which is described by ${C_{iklm}}$ .The symmetry of ${R_{il}}$ provides the existents of gravitational waves with the spin s=2. We show that ${C_{iklm}}$ describes gravitational waves with s=1. Such gravitational waves can be created in inhomogeneous media, where the selected directions are determined by derivates of the energy-momentum tensor ${T^m}_{i,k}$ of matter. It is taken into account that gravitation is described not only by the metric tensor $g^{ik} = (1/2)(\\gamma^i \\gamma^k + \\gamma^k \\gamma^i)$, but also by the anti-symmetric tensor $\\...

  17. Ferromagnetic and spin wave resonances in thin layer of expanded austenite phase

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    Typek, J.; Guskos, N.; Zolnierkiewicz, G.; Berczynski, P.; Guskos, A.; Baranowska, J.; Fryska, S.

    2014-06-01

    Four samples of austenite coatings deposited by reactive magnetron sputtering on silicon substrate at four different temperatures and pressures were investigated by ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) method at room temperature. The expanded austenite phase S ( γ N ) layers with thickness in the 160-273 nm range and concentration of magnetic atoms: 72 % Fe, 18 % Cr and 10 % Ni, were obtained. The coatings with nanometric size grains were strongly textured and grown mostly in [100] direction, perpendicular to the sample surface. Intense FMR spectra were recorded at various angles between the static magnetic field direction and the sample surface. A strong magnetic anisotropy of the main uniform FMR mode was observed and the effective magnetization 4 πM eff determined. Spin wave resonance (SWR) modes were observed in all investigated samples in out-of-plane geometry of the magnetic field. The resonance fields of SWR modes in our samples varied linearly with the spin wave mode number. The value of the effective magnon stiffness constant was determined assuming a parabolic shape of the magnetization variation across the sample thickness.

  18. On the rich eight branch spectrum of the oblique propagating longitudinal waves in partially spin polarized electron-positron-ion plasmas

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    Andreev, Pavel A

    2016-01-01

    We consider the separate spin evolution of electrons and positrons in electron-positron and electron-positron-ion plasmas. We consider oblique propagating longitudinal waves in this systems. We report presence of the spin-electron acoustic waves and their dispersion dependencies. In electron-positron plasmas, similarly to the electron-ion plasmas, we find one spin-electron acoustic wave (SEAW) at propagation parallel or perpendicular to the external field and two spin-electron acoustic waves at the oblique propagation. At the parallel or perpendicular propagation of the longitudinal waves in electron-positron-ion plasmas we find four branches: the Langmuir wave, the positron-acoustic wave and pair of waves having spin nature, they are the SEAW and, as we called it, spin-electron-positron acoustic wave (SEPAW). At the oblique propagation we find eight longitudinal waves: the Langmuir wave, Trivelpiece-Gould wave, pair of positron-acoustic waves, pair of SEAWs, and pair of SEPAWs. Thus, for the first time, we r...

  19. Low-relaxation spin waves in laser-molecular-beam epitaxy grown nanosized yttrium iron garnet films

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    Lutsev, L. V.; Korovin, A. M.; Bursian, V. E.; Gastev, S. V.; Fedorov, V. V.; Suturin, S. M.; Sokolov, N. S.

    2016-05-01

    Synthesis of nanosized yttrium iron garnet (Y3Fe5O12, YIG) films followed by the study of ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) and spin wave propagation in these films is reported. The YIG films were grown on gadolinium gallium garnet substrates by laser molecular beam epitaxy. It has been shown that spin waves propagating in YIG deposited at 700 °C have low damping. At the frequency of 3.29 GHz, the spin-wave damping parameter is less than 3.6 × 10-5. Magnetic inhomogeneities of the YIG films give the main contribution to the FMR linewidth. The contribution of the relaxation processes to the FMR linewidth is as low as 1.2%.

  20. Distinguishing black-hole spin-orbit resonances by their gravitational wave signatures. II: Full parameter estimation

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    Trifirò, Daniele; Gerosa, Davide; Berti, Emanuele; Kesden, Michael; Littenberg, Tyson; Sperhake, Ulrich

    2015-01-01

    Gravitational waves from coalescing binary black holes encode the evolution of their spins prior to merger. In the post-Newtonian regime and on the precession timescale, this evolution has one of three morphologies, with the spins either librating around one of two fixed points ("resonances") or circulating freely. In this work we perform full parameter estimation on resonant binaries with fixed masses and spin magnitudes, changing three parameters: a conserved "projected effective spin" $\\xi$ and resonant family $\\Delta\\Phi=0,\\pi$ (which uniquely label the source); the inclination $\\theta_{JN}$ of the binary's total angular momentum with respect to the line of sight (which determines the strength of precessional effects in the waveform); and the signal amplitude. We demonstrate that resonances can be distinguished for a wide range of binaries, except for highly symmetric configurations where precessional effects are suppressed. Motivated by new insight into double-spin evolution, we introduce new variables t...

  1. Dynamics of random spin systems

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    We present inelastic neutron scattering experiments on three prototypical random magnets. For the dilute, insulating antiferromagnet Rb2Co/sub c/Mg/sub 1-c/F4, the randomness has purely geometrical consequences, and the anomalous dynamical behavior which we observe for c close to the magnetic percolation threshold is due to the fractal nature of percolating networks. Comparison of inelastic and quasielastic scattering data demonstrate the dynamical nature of the spin glass transition in amorphous, metallic MnSi. Finally, we show the coexistence of spin waves and static spin fluctuations near the crossover from ferromagnetic to spin glass behaviors in amorphous (Fe/sub x/Mn/sub 1-x/)75P16B6Al3

  2. Weyl fermions and spin dynamics of metallic ferromagnet SrRuO3.

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    Itoh, Shinichi; Endoh, Yasuo; Yokoo, Tetsuya; Ibuka, Soshi; Park, Je-Geun; Kaneko, Yoshio; Takahashi, Kei S; Tokura, Yoshinori; Nagaosa, Naoto

    2016-01-01

    Weyl fermions that emerge at band crossings in momentum space caused by the spin-orbit interaction act as magnetic monopoles of the Berry curvature and contribute to a variety of novel transport phenomena such as anomalous Hall effect and magnetoresistance. However, their roles in other physical properties remain mostly unexplored. Here, we provide evidence by neutron Brillouin scattering that the spin dynamics of the metallic ferromagnet SrRuO3 in the very low energy range of milli-electron volts is closely relevant to Weyl fermions near Fermi energy. Although the observed spin wave dispersion is well described by the quadratic momentum dependence, the temperature dependence of the spin wave gap shows a nonmonotonous behaviour, which can be related to that of the anomalous Hall conductivity. This shows that the spin dynamics directly reflects the crucial role of Weyl fermions in the metallic ferromagnet. PMID:27273207

  3. Weyl fermions and spin dynamics of metallic ferromagnet SrRuO3

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    Itoh, Shinichi; Endoh, Yasuo; Yokoo, Tetsuya; Ibuka, Soshi; Park, Je-Geun; Kaneko, Yoshio; Takahashi, Kei S.; Tokura, Yoshinori; Nagaosa, Naoto

    2016-06-01

    Weyl fermions that emerge at band crossings in momentum space caused by the spin-orbit interaction act as magnetic monopoles of the Berry curvature and contribute to a variety of novel transport phenomena such as anomalous Hall effect and magnetoresistance. However, their roles in other physical properties remain mostly unexplored. Here, we provide evidence by neutron Brillouin scattering that the spin dynamics of the metallic ferromagnet SrRuO3 in the very low energy range of milli-electron volts is closely relevant to Weyl fermions near Fermi energy. Although the observed spin wave dispersion is well described by the quadratic momentum dependence, the temperature dependence of the spin wave gap shows a nonmonotonous behaviour, which can be related to that of the anomalous Hall conductivity. This shows that the spin dynamics directly reflects the crucial role of Weyl fermions in the metallic ferromagnet.

  4. Life times and chirality of spin-waves in antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic FeRh: time depedent density functional theory perspective

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    Sandratskii, Leonid M.; Buczek, Paweł

    2011-01-01

    The study of the spin excitations in antiferromagnetic (AFM) and ferromagnetic (FM) phases of FeRh is reported. We demonstrate that although the Fe atomic moments are well defined there is a number of important phenomena absent in the Heisenberg description: Landau damping of spin waves, large Rh moments induced by the AFM magnons, the formation of the optical magnons terminated by Stoner excitations. We relate the properties of the spin-wave damping to the features of the Stoner continuum an...

  5. Quantum Interference of Stored Coherent Spin-wave Excitations in a Two-channel Memory

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    Wang, Hai; Xu, Zhongxiao; Zhao, Xingbo; Zhang, Lijun; Li, Jiahua; Wu, Yuelong; Xie, Changde; Peng, Kunchi; Xiao, Min

    2010-01-01

    Quantum memories are essential elements in long-distance quantum networks and quantum computation. Significant advances have been achieved in demonstrating relative long-lived single-channel memory at single-photon level in cold atomic media. However, the qubit memory corresponding to store two-channel spin-wave excitations (SWEs) still faces challenges, including the limitations resulting from Larmor procession, fluctuating ambient magnetic field, and manipulation/measurement of the relative phase between the two channels. Here, we demonstrate a two-channel memory scheme in an ideal tripod atomic system, in which the total readout signal exhibits either constructive or destructive interference when the two-channel SWEs are retrieved by two reading beams with a controllable relative phase. Experimental result indicates quantum coherence between the stored SWEs. Based on such phase-sensitive storage/retrieval scheme, measurements of the relative phase between the two SWEs and Rabi oscillation, as well as elimi...

  6. Tunneling Conductance in Ferromagnetic Metal/Normal Metal/Spin-Singlet -Wave Ferromagnetic Superconductor Junctions

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    Hamidreza Emamipour

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available In the framework of scattering theory, we study the tunneling conductance in a system including two junctions, ferromagnetic metal/normal metal/ferromagnetic superconductor, where ferromagnetic superconductor is in spin-singlet -wave pairing state. The non-magnetic normal metal is placed in the intermediate layer with the thickness ( which varies from 1 nm to 10000 nm. The interesting result which we have found is the existence of oscillations in conductance curves. The period of oscillations is independent of FS and FN exchange field while it depends on . The obtained results can serve as a useful tool to determine the kind of pairing symmetry in ferromagnetic superconductors.

  7. Magnetic polarizability of Rh atoms and spin-waves in FeRh

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    Sandratskii, Leonid; Buczek, Pawel; Ernst, Arthur [Max-Planck-Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle (Germany)

    2011-07-01

    Recent femtomagnetic experiments revealed a sub-picosecond generation of the magnetisation after laser irradiation of antiferromagnetic FeRh. This strongly enhanced the interest in the magnetic dynamics and thermodynamics of this system. The available first-principles theories of the properties of FeRh outside the ground state differ cardinally in the treatment of magnetic excitations. This, in particular, concerns the account for the appearance of the induced Rh moment in the antiferromagnetic phase and the variable value of the Rh moment in the ferromagnetic phase. We report the calculation of the spin-waves in the antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic FeRh with account for the specific properties of the Rh moment. The study is performed within both frozen magnon and dynamic susceptibility approaches. The comparison of the results of two approaches is given.

  8. Dual Band Magnonic Crystals: Model System and Basic Spin Wave Dynamics

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    Federico Montoncello

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available We investigate a special design of two-dimensional magnonic crystal, consisting of two superimposed lattices with different lattice constants, such that spin waves (SWs can propagate either in one or the other sublattice, depending on which of the two frequency bands they belong to. The SW bands are separated by a very large bandgap (in our model system, 6 GHz, easily tunable by changing the direction of an applied magnetic field, and the overlap of their spatial distribution, for any frequency of their bands, is always negligible. These properties make the designed system an ideal test system for a magnonic dual band waveguide, where the simultaneous excitation and subsequent propagation of two independent SW signals are allowed, with no mutual interference.

  9. Modeling rapidly spinning, merging black holes with numerical relativity for the era of first gravitational-wave observations

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    Lovelace, Geoffrey; Simulating eXtreme Collaboration; LIGO Scientific Collaboration

    2016-03-01

    The Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (Advanced LIGO) began searching for gravitational waves in September 2015, with three times the sensitivity of the initial LIGO experiment. Merging black holes are among the most promising sources of gravitational waves for Advanced LIGO, but near the time of merger, the emitted waves can only be computed using numerical relativity. In this talk, I will present new numerical-relativity simulations of merging black holes, made using the Spectral Einstein Code [black-holes.org/SpEC.html], including cases with black-hole spins that are nearly as fast as possible. I will discuss how such simulations will be able to rapidly follow up gravitational-wave observations, improving our understanding of the waves' sources.

  10. Projected wave function study of Z2 spin liquids on the kagome lattice for the spin-1/2 quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnet

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    Becca, Federico; Iqbal, Yasir; Poilblanc, Didier

    2012-02-01

    Within the class of Gutzwiller projected fermionic wave functions, by using quantum variational Monte Carlo simulations, we investigated the energetics of all possible Z2 spin liquids that can potentially occur as ground states of the nearest-neighbor S=1/2 quantum Heisenberg model on the Kagome lattice [1]. We conclusively show that all gapped and gapless Z2 spin liquids are higher in energy compared to the U(1) gapless states in whose neighborhoods they lie. In particular, the most promising gapped Z2 spin liquid (the so-called Z2[0,π]β state), conjectured to describe the ground state [2], is always higher in energy compared to the U(1) Dirac spin liquid. We also extended the U(1) Dirac state and the uniform RVB spin liquid to include next-nearest-neighbor hopping terms, and studied its local and global stability towards various valence bond crystal patterns. We found that a non-trivial 36-site VBC is stabilized upon addition of a small ferromagnetic exchange coupling [3]. [4pt] [1] Y. Iqbal, F. Becca, and D. Poilblanc, Phys. Rev. B 84, 020407(R) (2011)[0pt] [2] Y.-M. Lu, Y. Ran, and P.A. Lee. Phys. Rev. B 83, 224413 (2011)[0pt] [3] Y. Iqbal, F. Becca, and D. Poilblanc, Phys. Rev. B 83, 100404(R) (2011)

  11. Electronic and magnetic properties of spiral spin-density-wave states in transition-metal chains

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    Tanveer, M.; Ruiz-Díaz, P.; Pastor, G. M.

    2016-09-01

    The electronic and magnetic properties of one-dimensional (1D) 3 d transition-metal nanowires are investigated in the framework of density functional theory. The relative stability of collinear and noncollinear (NC) ground-state magnetic orders in V, Mn, and Fe monoatomic chains is quantified by computing the frozen-magnon dispersion relation Δ E (q ⃗) as a function of the spin-density-wave vector q ⃗. The dependence on the local environment of the atoms is analyzed by varying systematically the lattice parameter a of the chains. Electron correlation effects are explored by comparing local spin-density and generalized-gradient approximations to the exchange and correlation functional. Results are given for Δ E (q ⃗) , the local magnetic moments μ⃗i at atom i , the magnetization-vector density m ⃗(r ⃗) , and the local electronic density of states ρi σ(ɛ ) . The frozen-magnon dispersion relations are analyzed from a local perspective. Effective exchange interactions Ji j between the local magnetic moments μ⃗i and μ⃗j are derived by fitting the ab initio Δ E (q ⃗) to a classical 1D Heisenberg model. The dominant competing interactions Ji j at the origin of the NC magnetic order are identified. The interplay between the various Ji j is revealed as a function of a in the framework of the corresponding magnetic phase diagrams.

  12. Magnetic degeneracy and hidden metallicity of the spin density wave state in Fe-based superconductors

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    In my talk, I will analyze spin density wave (SDW) order in iron-based superconductors and electronic structure in the SDW phase. We consider an itinerant model for Fe-pnictides with two hole bands centered at (0,0) and two electron bands centered at (0,π) and (π,0) in the unfolded BZ. A SDW order in such a model is generally a combination of two components with momenta (0,π) and (π,0), both yield (π,π) order in the folded zone. Neutron experiments, however, indicate that only one component is present. We show that (0,π) or (π,0) order is selected if we assume that only one hole band is involved in the SDW mixing with electron bands. A SDW order in such 3-band model is highly degenerate for a perfect nesting and hole-electron interaction only, but we show that ellipticity of electron pockets and interactions between electron bands break the degeneracy and favor the desired (0,π) or (π,0) order. We further show that stripe-ordered system remains a metal for arbitrary coupling. We analyze electronic structure for parameters relevant to the pnictides and argue that the resulting electronic structure is in good agreement with ARPES experiments. We discuss the differences between our model and J1-J2 model of localized spins.

  13. Zitterbewegung, internal momentum and spin of the circular travelling wave electromagnetic electron

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    Asif, Malik Mohammad

    2016-01-01

    The study of this paper demonstrates that electron has Dirac delta like internal momentum (u,p_{{\\theta}}), going round in a circle of radius equal to half the reduced Compton wavelength of electron with tangential velocity c. The circular momentum p_{{\\theta}} and energy u emanate from circular Dirac delta type rotating monochromatic electromagnetic (EM) wave that itself travels in another circle having radius equal to the reduced Compton wavelength of electron. The phenomenon of Zitterbewegung and the spin of electron are the natural consequences of the model. The spin is associated with the internal circulating momentum of electron in terms of four component spinor, which leads to the Dirac equation linking the EM electron model with quantum mechanical theory. Our model accurately explains the experimental results of electron channelling experiment, [P. Catillon et al., Found.Phys. 38, 659 (2008)], in which the momentum resonance is observed at 161.784MeV/c corresponding to Zitterbewegung frequency of 80.8...

  14. Magnetic field dependence of the lowest-frequency edge-localized spin wave mode in a magnetic nanotriangle.

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    Lin, C S; Lim, H S; Wang, Z K; Ng, S C; Kuok, M H; Adeyeye, A O

    2011-03-01

    An understanding of the spin dynamics of nanoscale magnetic elements is important for their applications in magnetic sensing and storage. Inhomogeneity of the demagnetizing field in a non-ellipsoidal magnetic element results in localization of spin waves near the edge of the element. However, relative little work has been carried out to investigate the effect of the applied magnetic fields on the nature of such localized modes. In this study, micromagnetic simulations are performed on an equilateral triangular nanomagnet to investigate the magnetic field dependence of the mode profiles of the lowest-frequency spin wave. Our findings reveal that the lowest-frequency mode is localized at the base edge of the equilateral triangle. The characteristics of its mode profile change with the ground state magnetization configuration of the nanotriangle, which, in turn, depends on the magnitude of the in-plane applied magnetic field.

  15. Anomalous Magnetohydrodynamics

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    Giovannini, Massimo

    2013-01-01

    Anomalous symmetries induce currents which can be parallel rather than orthogonal to the hypermagnetic field. Building on the analogy with charged liquids at high magnetic Reynolds numbers, the persistence of anomalous currents is scrutinized for parametrically large conductivities when the plasma approximation is accurate. Different examples in globally neutral systems suggest that the magnetic configurations minimizing the energy density with the constraint that the helicity be conserved co...

  16. Angstrom-Resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Single Molecules via Wave-Function Fingerprints of Nuclear Spins

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    Ma, Wen-Long; Liu, Ren-Bao

    2016-08-01

    Single-molecule sensitivity of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and angstrom resolution of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are the highest challenges in magnetic microscopy. Recent development in dynamical-decoupling- (DD) enhanced diamond quantum sensing has enabled single-nucleus NMR and nanoscale NMR. Similar to conventional NMR and MRI, current DD-based quantum sensing utilizes the "frequency fingerprints" of target nuclear spins. The frequency fingerprints by their nature cannot resolve different nuclear spins that have the same noise frequency or differentiate different types of correlations in nuclear-spin clusters, which limit the resolution of single-molecule MRI. Here we show that this limitation can be overcome by using "wave-function fingerprints" of target nuclear spins, which is much more sensitive than the frequency fingerprints to the weak hyperfine interaction between the targets and a sensor under resonant DD control. We demonstrate a scheme of angstrom-resolution MRI that is capable of counting and individually localizing single nuclear spins of the same frequency and characterizing the correlations in nuclear-spin clusters. A nitrogen-vacancy-center spin sensor near a diamond surface, provided that the coherence time is improved by surface engineering in the near future, may be employed to determine with angstrom resolution the positions and conformation of single molecules that are isotope labeled. The scheme in this work offers an approach to breaking the resolution limit set by the "frequency gradients" in conventional MRI and to reaching the angstrom-scale resolution.

  17. Spin density waves predicted in zigzag puckered phosphorene, arsenene and antimonene nanoribbons

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    Wu, Xiaohua; Zhang, Xiaoli; Wang, Xianlong; Zeng, Zhi

    2016-04-01

    The pursuit of controlled magnetism in semiconductors has been a persisting goal in condensed matter physics. Recently, Vene (phosphorene, arsenene and antimonene) has been predicted as a new class of 2D-semiconductor with suitable band gap and high carrier mobility. In this work, we investigate the edge magnetism in zigzag puckered Vene nanoribbons (ZVNRs) based on the density functional theory. The band structures of ZVNRs show half-filled bands crossing the Fermi level at the midpoint of reciprocal lattice vectors, indicating a strong Peierls instability. To remove this instability, we consider two different mechanisms, namely, spin density wave (SDW) caused by electron-electron interaction and charge density wave (CDW) caused by electron-phonon coupling. We have found that an antiferromagnetic Mott-insulating state defined by SDW is the ground state of ZVNRs. In particular, SDW in ZVNRs displays several surprising characteristics:1) comparing with other nanoribbon systems, their magnetic moments are antiparallelly arranged at each zigzag edge and almost independent on the width of nanoribbons; 2) comparing with other SDW systems, its magnetic moments and band gap of SDW are unexpectedly large, indicating a higher SDW transition temperature in ZVNRs; 3) SDW can be effectively modified by strains and charge doping, which indicates that ZVNRs have bright prospects in nanoelectronic device.

  18. A possible scheme for measuring gravitational waves by using a spinful quantum fluid

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    Cheng Yao

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available A method is proposed for measuring gravitational waves (GWs from the collective electromagnetic (EM response of a spinful quantum fluid, based on recent studies of the long-lived Mössbauer state 93mNb in a pure Nb crystal. A pronounced EM response was found for the geometric phase by rotating the sample in a magnetic field, suggesting that GWs could also be detected. It was recently suggested that the macroscopic wave functions confined in two twisted nonspherical superconductors would give a geometrical phase oscillation induced by GWs. The sensitivity to GWs would be inversely proportional to the square of the bound length, which is the detector size. The proposed sensitivity to GWs would be dramatically enhanced by changing the characteristic size, i.e., using the microscopic size of a non-spherical particle instead of the macroscopic detector size of a scalar quantum fluid. The collective EM response from the quantum fluid would allow the macroscopic geometrical phase to be read from microscopic particles. GWs in the millihertz range, with amplitude of 10−22, would be detectable.

  19. Spin density waves predicted in zigzag puckered phosphorene, arsenene and antimonene nanoribbons

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    Xiaohua Wu

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available The pursuit of controlled magnetism in semiconductors has been a persisting goal in condensed matter physics. Recently, Vene (phosphorene, arsenene and antimonene has been predicted as a new class of 2D-semiconductor with suitable band gap and high carrier mobility. In this work, we investigate the edge magnetism in zigzag puckered Vene nanoribbons (ZVNRs based on the density functional theory. The band structures of ZVNRs show half-filled bands crossing the Fermi level at the midpoint of reciprocal lattice vectors, indicating a strong Peierls instability. To remove this instability, we consider two different mechanisms, namely, spin density wave (SDW caused by electron-electron interaction and charge density wave (CDW caused by electron-phonon coupling. We have found that an antiferromagnetic Mott-insulating state defined by SDW is the ground state of ZVNRs. In particular, SDW in ZVNRs displays several surprising characteristics:1 comparing with other nanoribbon systems, their magnetic moments are antiparallelly arranged at each zigzag edge and almost independent on the width of nanoribbons; 2 comparing with other SDW systems, its magnetic moments and band gap of SDW are unexpectedly large, indicating a higher SDW transition temperature in ZVNRs; 3 SDW can be effectively modified by strains and charge doping, which indicates that ZVNRs have bright prospects in nanoelectronic device.

  20. Fourth order wave equation in Bhabha-Madhavarao spin-$\\frac{3}{2}$ theory

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    Markov, Yu A; Bondarenko, A I

    2016-01-01

    Within the framework of the Bhabha-Madhavarao formalism, a consistent approach to the derivation of a system of the fourth order wave equations for the description of a spin-$\\frac{3}{2}$ particle is suggested. For this purpose an additional algebraic object, the so-called $q$-commutator ($q$ is a primitive fourth root of unity) and a new set of matrices $\\eta_{\\mu}$, instead of the original matrices $\\beta_{\\mu}$ of the Bhabha-Madhavarao algebra, are introduced. It is shown that in terms of the $\\eta_{\\mu}$ matrices we have succeeded in reducing a procedure of the construction of fourth root of the fourth order wave operator to a few simple algebraic transformations and to some operation of the passage to the limit $z \\rightarrow q$, where $z$ is some (complex) deformation parameter entering into the definition of the $\\eta$-matrices. In addition, a set of the matrices ${\\cal P}_{1/2}$ and ${\\cal P}_{3/2}^{(\\pm)}(q)$ possessing the properties of projectors is introduced. These operators project the matrices ...

  1. An effectual template bank for the detection of gravitational waves from inspiralling compact binaries with generic spins

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    Ajith, P; Privitera, S; Neunzert, A; Weinstein, A J

    2012-01-01

    We report the construction of a three-dimensional template bank for the search for gravitational waves from inspiralling binaries consisting of spinning compact objects. The parameter space consists of two dimensions describing the mass parameters and one "reduced-spin parameter", which describes the secular (non-precessing) spin effects in the waveform. The template placement is based on an efficient stochastic algorithm and makes use of the semi-analytical computation of a metric in the parameter space. We demonstrate that such a template family is "effectual" (effective fitting factor ~ 0.93--0.99) for the detection of generic spinning "low-mass" (m_1 + m_2 <~ 12 M_sun) binaries in the advanced detector era, over the entire parameter space of interest (including binary neutron stars, binary black holes, and black hole-neutron star binaries). This provides a powerful and practical method for searching for gravitational waves from generic spinning low-mass compact binaries. The expected improvement in the...

  2. Lifetimes and chirality of spin waves in antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic FeRh from the perspective of time-dependent density functional theory

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    Sandratskii, Leonid M.; Buczek, Paweł

    2012-01-01

    The study of the spin excitations in antiferromagnetic (AFM) and ferromagnetic (FM) phases of FeRh is reported. We demonstrate that, although the Fe atomic moments are well defined, there is a number of important phenomena absent in the Heisenberg description: Landau damping of spin waves, large Rh moments induced by the AFM magnons, and the formation of the optical magnons terminated by Stoner excitations. We relate the properties of the spin-wave damping to the features of the Stoner continuum and compare the chirality of the spin excitations in AFM, FM, and paramagnetic systems.

  3. Generation of coherent spin-wave modes in yttrium iron garnet microdiscs by spin–orbit torque

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    Collet, M.; de Milly, X.; d'Allivy Kelly, O.; Naletov, V. V.; Bernard, R.; Bortolotti, P.; Ben Youssef, J.; Demidov, V. E.; Demokritov, S. O.; Prieto, J. L.; Muñoz, M.; Cros, V.; Anane, A.; de Loubens, G.; Klein, O.

    2016-01-01

    In recent years, spin–orbit effects have been widely used to produce and detect spin currents in spintronic devices. The peculiar symmetry of the spin Hall effect allows creation of a spin accumulation at the interface between a metal with strong spin–orbit interaction and a magnetic insulator, which can lead to a net pure spin current flowing from the metal into the insulator. This spin current applies a torque on the magnetization, which can eventually be driven into steady motion. Tailoring this experiment on extended films has proven to be elusive, probably due to mode competition. This requires the reduction of both the thickness and lateral size to reach full damping compensation. Here we show clear evidence of coherent spin–orbit torque-induced auto-oscillation in micron-sized yttrium iron garnet discs of thickness 20 nm. Our results emphasize the key role of quasi-degenerate spin-wave modes, which increase the threshold current. PMID:26815737

  4. Effects of antidot shape on the spin wave spectra of two-dimensional Ni{sub 80}Fe{sub 20} antidot lattices

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    Mandal, Ruma; Laha, Pinaki; Das, Kaustuv; Saha, Susmita; Barman, Saswati; Raychaudhuri, A. K.; Barman, Anjan, E-mail: abarman@bose.res.in [Thematic Unit of Excellence on Nanodevice Technology, Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Material Sciences, S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Block JD, Sector III, Salt Lake, Kolkata 700 098 (India)

    2013-12-23

    We show that the optically induced spin wave spectra of nanoscale Ni{sub 80}Fe{sub 20} (permalloy) antidot lattices can be tuned by changing the antidot shape. The spin wave spectra also show an anisotropy with the variation of the in-plane bias field orientation. Analyses show this is due to various quantized and extended modes, whose nature changes with the antidot shape and bias field orientation as a result of the variation of the internal magnetic field profile. The observed variation and anisotropy in the spin waves with the internal and external parameters are important for their applications in magnonic devices.

  5. Pure quantum states of neutrino with rotating spin in dense magnetized matter

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    Arbuzova, E V; Murchikova, E M

    2009-01-01

    The problem of rotation of the neutrino spin in dense matter and in strong electromagnetic field is solved in full agreement with the basic principles of quantum mechanics. We found complete system of wave functions of a massive Dirac neutrino possessing anomalous magnetic moment. These functions are eigenfunctions of kinetic momentum operator and describe neutrino with rotating spin. Using these wave functions it is possible to calculate probabilities of various processes with neutrino in the framework of the Furry picture. The dispersion law for the neutrino in dense magnetized matter is found. It is shown that group velocity of neutrino is independent of spin orientation.

  6. Spin wave study and optical properties in Fe-doped ZnO thin films prepared by spray pyrolysis technique

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    Lmai, F.; Moubah, R.; El Amiri, A.; Abid, Y.; Soumahoro, I.; Hassanain, N.; Colis, S.; Schmerber, G.; Dinia, A.; Lassri, H.

    2016-07-01

    We investigate the magnetic and optical properties of Zn1-xFexO (x = 0, 0.03, 0.05, and 0.07) thin films grown by spray pyrolysis technique. The magnetization as a function of temperature [M (T)] shows a prevailing paramagnetic contribution at low temperature. By using spin wave theory, we separate the M (T) curve in two contributions: one showing intrinsic ferromagnetism and one showing a purely paramagnetic behavior. Furthermore, it is shown that the spin wave theory is consistent with ab-initio calculations only when oxygen vacancies are considered, highlighting the key role played by structural defects in the mechanism driving the observed ferromagnetism. Using UV-visible measurements, the transmittance, reflectance, band gap energy, band tail, dielectric coefficient, refractive index, and optical conductivity were extracted and related to the variation of the Fe content.

  7. Phase-dependent deterministic switching of magnetoelectric spin wave detector in the presence of thermal noise via compensation of demagnetization

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    Dutta, Sourav, E-mail: sdutta38@gatech.edu; Naeemi, Azad [School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332 (United States); Nikonov, Dmitri E.; Manipatruni, Sasikanth; Young, Ian A. [Components Research, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Oregon 97124 (United States)

    2015-11-09

    The possibility of achieving phase-dependent deterministic switching of the magnetoelectric spin wave detector in the presence of thermal noise has been discussed. The proposed idea relies on the modification of the energy landscape by partially canceling the out-of-plane demagnetizing field and the resultant change in the intrinsic magnetization dynamics to drive the nanomagnet towards a preferential final magnetization state. The remarkable increase in the probability of successful switching can be accounted for by the shift in the location of the saddle point in the energy landscape and a resultant change in the nature of the relaxation dynamics of the magnetization from a highly precessional to a fairly damped one and an increased dependence on the initial magnetization values, a crucial requirement for phase-dependent spin wave detection.

  8. Phase-dependent deterministic switching of magnetoelectric spin wave detector in the presence of thermal noise via compensation of demagnetization

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    The possibility of achieving phase-dependent deterministic switching of the magnetoelectric spin wave detector in the presence of thermal noise has been discussed. The proposed idea relies on the modification of the energy landscape by partially canceling the out-of-plane demagnetizing field and the resultant change in the intrinsic magnetization dynamics to drive the nanomagnet towards a preferential final magnetization state. The remarkable increase in the probability of successful switching can be accounted for by the shift in the location of the saddle point in the energy landscape and a resultant change in the nature of the relaxation dynamics of the magnetization from a highly precessional to a fairly damped one and an increased dependence on the initial magnetization values, a crucial requirement for phase-dependent spin wave detection

  9. Theory of magnetic surface anisotropy and exchange effects in the Brillouin scattering of light by magnetostatic spin waves (invited)

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    Rado, G. T.; Hicken, R. J.

    1988-04-01

    A new theory of the Brillouin shift in the inelastic scattering of light by magnetostatic spin waves is presented. Contrary to previous work, the present calculations do include exchange effects and treat the magnetic surface anisotropy constants Ks and Kss directly rather than via the stratagem of effective volume anisotropies. The experimental data for {110} Fe on W are explained about as well by the present theory as by previous work. A detailed analysis reveals the previously unnoticed fact that the signs of Ks and Kss for (1¯10) Fe on W are opposite to those for (1¯10) Fe on GaAs. Some new spin-wave modes arising from exchange are predicted and shown to occur outside the frequency range which has been investigated experimentally. A quantitative explanation is proposed for the occasional applicability of a theory based on effective volume anisotropies and zero exchange.

  10. Spin polarization driven by a charge-density wave in monolayer 1T−TaS2

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    Zhang, Qingyun

    2014-08-06

    Using first-principles calculations, we investigate the electronic and vibrational properties of monolayer T-phase TaS2. We demonstrate that a charge-density wave is energetically favorable at low temperature, similar to bulk 1T-TaS2. Electron-phonon coupling is found to be essential for the lattice reconstruction. The charge-density wave results in a strong localization of the electronic states near the Fermi level and consequently in spin polarization, transforming the material into a magnetic semiconductor with enhanced electronic correlations. The combination of inherent spin polarization with a semiconducting nature distinguishes the monolayer fundamentally from the bulk compound as well as from other two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides. Monolayer T-phase TaS2 therefore has the potential to enable two-dimensional spintronics. © 2014 American Physical Society.

  11. Renormalization of Long Wavelength Spin Waves in the 2d Ferromagnet Rb2CrCl4

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    Lindgård, Per-Anker; Als-Nielsen, Jens Aage; Hutchings, M. T.

    1980-01-01

    Rb2CrCl4 is a nearly 2d-ferromagnetic, optically transparent insulator isomorphous with K2CuF4. High resolution neutron scattering data for temperatures below Tc = 52.4 K of the low energy long wavelength spin waves are presented and a Hartree-Fock analysis yields Hamiltonian parameters and accou......Rb2CrCl4 is a nearly 2d-ferromagnetic, optically transparent insulator isomorphous with K2CuF4. High resolution neutron scattering data for temperatures below Tc = 52.4 K of the low energy long wavelength spin waves are presented and a Hartree-Fock analysis yields Hamiltonian parameters...

  12. Dressed-state electromagnetically induced transparency for light storage in uniform phase spin-waves

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    Šibalić, Nikola; Adams, Charles S; Weatherill, Kevin J

    2016-01-01

    We present, experimentally and theoretically, a scheme for dressed-state electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) in a three-step cascade system where a four-level system is mapped into an effective three-level system. Theoretical analysis reveals that the scheme provides coherent state control via adiabatic following and provides a generalized protocol for light storage in uniform phase spin-waves that are insensitive to motional dephasing. The three-step driving enables a number of other features including spatial selectivity of the excitation region within the atomic medium, and kick-free and Doppler-free excitation that produces narrow resonances in thermal vapor. As a proof of concept we present an experimental demonstration of the generalized EIT scheme using the $6S_{1/2} \\rightarrow 6P_{3/2} \\rightarrow 7S_{1/2} \\rightarrow 8P_{1/2}$ excitation path in thermal cesium vapor. This technique could be applied to cold and thermal ensembles to enable longer storage times for Rydberg polaritons.

  13. Search for double charmonium decays of the P-wave spin-triplet bottomonium states

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    Shen, C P; Iijima, T

    2012-01-01

    Using a sample of 158 million $\\Upsilon(2S)$ events collected with the Belle detector, we search for the first time for double charmonium decays of the $P$-wave spin-triplet bottomonium states ($\\Upsilon(2S) \\to \\gamma \\chi_{bJ}$, $\\chi_{bJ} \\to \\jpsi \\jpsi$, $\\jpsi \\psp$, $\\psp \\psp$ for J=0, 1, and 2). No significant $\\chi_{bJ}$ signal is observed in the double charmonium mass spectra, and we obtain the following upper limits, $\\BR(\\chi_{bJ} \\to \\jpsi \\jpsi)<7.1\\times 10^{-5}$, $2.7\\times 10^{-5}$, $4.5\\times 10^{-5}$, $\\BR(\\chi_{bJ} \\to \\jpsi \\psp)<1.2\\times 10^{-4}$, $1.7\\times 10^{-5}$, $4.9\\times 10^{-5}$, $\\BR(\\chi_{bJ} \\to \\psp \\psp)<3.1\\times 10^{-5}$, $6.2\\times 10^{-5}$, $1.6\\times 10^{-5}$ for J=0, 1, and 2, respectively, at the 90% confidence level. These limits are significantly lower than the central values (with uncertainties of 50% to 70%) predicted using the light cone formalism but are consistent with calculations using the NRQCD factorization approach.

  14. Magnetostatic spin wave modes in trilayer nanowire arrays probed using ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy

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    Zhou, X.; Adeyeye, A. O.

    2016-08-01

    We investigate the spin wave modes in asymmetric trilayer [N i80F e20(10 nm ) /Cu (tCu) /N i80F e20(30 nm ) ] nanowire structures as a function of the Cu thickness (tCu) in the range from 0 to 20 nm using perpendicular ferromagnetic resonance (pFMR) spectroscopy. For tCu=0 nm , corresponding to the 40 nm thick single layer N i80F e20 nanowires, both the fundamental and first order modes are observed in the saturation region. However, for the trilayer structures, two additional modes, which are the fundamental and first order optical modes, are observed. We also found that the resonance fields of these modes are markedly sensitive to the Cu thickness due to the competing effects of interlayer exchange coupling and magnetostatic dipolar coupling. When the tCu≥10 nm , the fundamental optical mode is more pronounced. Our experimental results are in quantitative agreement with the dynamic micromagnetic simulations.

  15. Spin wave eigenmodes in single and coupled sub-150 nm rectangular permalloy dots

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    Carlotti, G., E-mail: giovanni.carlotti@fisica.unipg.it; Madami, M. [Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia, Università di Perugia, Perugia (Italy); Tacchi, S. [Istituto Officina dei Materiali del CNR (CNR-IOM), Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia, Perugia (Italy); Gubbiotti, G.; Dey, H.; Csaba, G.; Porod, W. [Center for Nano Science and Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556 (United States)

    2015-05-07

    We present the results of a Brillouin light scattering investigation of thermally excited spin wave eigenmodes in square arrays of either isolated rectangular dots of permalloy or twins of dipolarly coupled elements, placed side-by-side or head-to-tail. The nanodots, fabricated by e-beam lithography and lift-off, are 20 nm thick and have the major size D in the range between 90 nm and 150 nm. The experimental spectra show the presence of two main peaks, corresponding to modes localized either at the edges or in the center of the dots. Their frequency dependence on the dot size and on the interaction with adjacent elements has been measured and successfully interpreted on the basis of dynamical micromagnetic simulations. The latter enabled us also to describe the spatial profile of the eigenmodes, putting in evidence the effects induced by the dipolar interaction between coupled dots. In particular, in twinned dots the demagnetizing field is appreciably modified in proximity of the “internal edges” if compared to the “external” ones, leading to a splitting of the edge mode. These results can be relevant for the exploitation of sub-150 nm magnetic dots in new applications, such as magnonic metamaterials, bit-patterned storage media, and nano-magnetic logic devices.

  16. Electron states and the spin density wave phase diagram in Cr(1 1 0) films

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    Rotenberg, Eli [Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 97420 (United States); Freelon, B K [Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 97420 (United States); Koh, H [Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 97420 (United States); Bostwick, A [Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 97420 (United States); Rossnagel, K [Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 97420 (United States); Schmid, Andreas [National Center for Electron Microscopy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 97420 (United States); Kevan, S D [Physics Department, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403 (United States)

    2005-04-01

    Chromium films offer an excellent system to study the impact of dimensional confinement on physical properties associated with the spin-density-wave (SDW) ground state observed in bulk materials. These properties are also of some technological importance since chromium is a common component of thin film magnetic structures. We prepared chromium (1 1 0) films of high crystalline quality on a W(1 1 0) substrate with a wedge-shaped thickness profile so that the impact of confinement can be systematically studied. We have characterized these films using a combination of low-energy electron diffraction and microscopy as well as high-resolution angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy. We have probed the Fermi surface and the nesting vectors therein that are relevant to the SDW ground state. We find these to predict accurately the observed bulk SDW periodicity. We have also characterized the SDW periodicity in the film directly by measuring the splitting between backfolded bands, and we find that this periodicity deviates markedly from the bulk periodicity for thinner films at higher temperatures. We have systematically mapped the SDW incommensurability and phase diagram as a function of both film thickness and temperature. We find commensurate and incommensurate phases that are separated by nearly continuous transitions. Our results suggest a simple model to explain the delicate interplay between commensurate and incommensurate phases that involves a balance between SDW stabilization energy and surface and interface energetics.

  17. Superconductivity at the onset of spin-density-wave order in a metal.

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    Wang, Yuxuan; Chubukov, Andrey V

    2013-03-22

    We revisit the issue of superconductivity at the quantum-critical point (QCP) between a 2D paramagnet and a spin-density-wave metal with ordering momentum (π, π). This problem is highly nontrivial because the system at criticality displays a non-Fermi-liquid behavior and because the effective coupling constant λ for the pairing is generally of order one, even when the actual interaction is smaller than fermionic bandwidth. Previous study [M. A. Metlitski and S. Sachdev, Phys. Rev. B 82, 075128 (2010)] has found that the renormalizations of the pairing vertex are stronger than in BCS theory and hold in powers of log(2)(1/T). We analyze the full gap equation and argue that summing up of the leading logarithms does not lead to a pairing instability. Yet, we show that superconductivity has no threshold and appears even if λ is set to be small, because subleading logarithmical renormalizations diverge and give rise to a BCS-like result log1/T(c) ∝ 1/λ. We argue that the analogy with BCS is not accidental as at small λ superconductivity at a QCP predominantly comes from fermions that retain Fermi-liquid behavior at criticality. We compute T(c) for the actual λ ∼ O(1), and find that both Fermi-liquid and non-Fermi-liquid fermions contribute to the pairing. PMID:25166835

  18. Search of S3 LIGO data for gravitational wave signals from spinning black hole and neutron star binary inspirals

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    Abbott, B; Adhikari, R; Agresti, J; Ajith, P; Allen, B; Amin, R; Anderson, S B; Anderson, W G; Arain, M; Araya, M; Armandula, H; Ashley, M; Aston, S; Aufmuth, P; Aulbert, C; Babak, S; Ballmer, S; Bantilan, H; Barish, B C; Barker, C; Barker, D; Barr, B; Barriga, P; Barton, M A; Bayer, K; Betzwieser, J; Beyersdorf, P T; Bhawal, B; Bilenko, I A; Billingsley, G; Biswas, R; Black, E; Blackburn, K; Blackburn, L; Blair, D; Bland, B; Bogenstahl, J; Bogue, L; Bork, R; Boschi, V; Bose, S; Brady, P R; Braginsky, V B; Brau, J E; Brinkmann, M; Brooks, A; Brown, D A; Bullington, A; Bunkowski, A; Buonanno, A; Burmeister, O; Busby, D; Byer, R L; Cadonati, L; Cagnoli, G; Camp, J B; Cannizzo, J; Cannon, K; Cantley, C A; Cao, J; Cardenas, L; Castaldi, G; Cepeda, C; Chalkley, E; Charlton, P; Chatterji, S; Chelkowski, S; Chen, Y; Chiadini, F; Christensen, N; Clark, J; Cochrane, P; Cokelaer, T; Coldwell, R; Conte, R; Cook, D; Corbitt, T; Coyne, D; Creighton, J D E; Croce, R P; Crooks, D R M; Cruise, A M; 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Ingram, D; Innerhofer, E; Ito, M; Itoh, Y; Ivanov, A; Johnson, B; Johnson, W W; Jones, D I; Jones, G; Jones, R; Ju, L; Kalmus, Peter Ignaz Paul; Kalogera, V; Kasprzyk, D; Katsavounidis, E; Kawabe, K; Kawamura, S; Kawazoe, F; Kells, W; Keppel, D G; Khalili, F Ya; Kim, C; King, P; Kissel, J S; Klimenko, S; Kokeyama, K; Kondrashov, V; Kopparapu, R K; Kozak, D; Krishnan, B; Kwee, P; Lam, P K; Landry, M; Lantz, B; Lazzarini, A; Lei, M; Leiner, J; Leonhardt, V; Leonor, I; Libbrecht, K; Lindquist, P; Lockerbie, N A; Longo, M; Lormand, M; Lubinski, M; Luck, H; Machenschalk, B; MacInnis, M; Mageswaran, M; Mailand, K; Malec, M; Mandic, V; Marano, S; Marka, S; Markowitz, J; Maros, E; Martin, I; Marx, J N; Mason, K; Matone, L; Matta, V; Mavalvala, N; McCarthy, R; McClelland, D E; McGuire, S C; McHugh, M; McKenzie, K; McWilliams, S; Meier, T; Melissinos, A; Mendell, G; Mercer, R A; Meshkov, S; Messaritaki, E; Messenger, C J; Meyers, D; Mikhailov, E; Mitra, S; Mitrofanov, V P; Mitselmakher, G; Mittleman, R; 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Schofield, R; Schutz, B F; Schwinberg, P; Scott, S M; Searle, A C; Sears, B; Seifert, F; Sellers, D; Sengupta, A S; Shawhan, P; Shoemaker, D H; Sibley, A; Sidles, J A; Siemens, X; Sigg, D; Sinha, S; Sintes, A M; Slagmolen, B J J; Slutsky, J; Smith, J R; Smith, M R; Somiya, K; Strain, K A; Strom, D M; Stuver, A; Summerscales, T Z; Sun, K X; Sung, M; Sutton, P J; Takahashi, H; Tanner, D B; Taylor, R; Taylor, R; Thacker, J; Thorne, K A; Thorne, K S; Thüring, A; Tokmakov, K V; Torres, C; Torrie, C; Traylor, G; Trias, M; Tyler, W; Ugolini, D; Urbanek, K; Vahlbruch, H; Vallisneri, M; Van Den Broeck, C; Varvella, M; Vass, S; Vecchio, A; Veitch, J; Veitch, P; Villar, A; Vorvick, C; Vyachanin, S P; Waldman, S J; Wallace, L; Ward, H; Ward, R; Watts, K; Weidner, A; Weinert, M; Weinstein, A; Weiss, R; Wen, S; Wette, K; Whelan, J T; Whitcomb, S E; Whiting, B F; Wilkinson, C; Willems, P A; Williams, L; Willke, B; Wilmut, I; Winkler, W; Wipf, C C; Wise, S; Wiseman, A G; Woan, G; Woods, D; Wooley, R; Worden, J; Wu, W; Yakushin, I; Yamamoto, H; Yan, Z; Yoshida, S; Yunes, N; Zanolin, M; Zhang, J; Zhang, L; Zhao, C; Zotov, N; Zucker, M; zur Muhlen, H; Zweizig, J

    2007-01-01

    We report on the first dedicated search for gravitational waves emitted during the inspiral of compact binaries with spinning component bodies. We analyze 788 hours of data collected during the third science run (S3) of the LIGO detectors. We searched for binary systems using a detection template family designed specially to capture the effects of spin-induced precession. The template bank we employed was found to yield high matches with our spin-modulated target waveform for binaries with masses in the asymmetric range 1.0 M_{\\odot} < m_1 < 3.0 M_{\\odot} and 12.0 M_{\\odot} < m_{2} < 20.0 M_{\\odot} which is where we would expect the spin of the binary's components to have significant effect. We find that our search of S3 LIGO data had good sensitivity to binaries in the Milky Way and to a small fraction of binaries in M31 and M33 with masses in the range 1.0 M_{\\odot} < m_{1}, m_{2} < 20.0 M_{\\odot}. No gravitational wave signals were identified during this search. Assuming a binary populati...

  19. Hydrodynamic and kinetic models for spin-1/2 electron-positron quantum plasmas: Annihilation interaction, helicity conservation, and wave dispersion in magnetized plasmas

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    Andreev, Pavel A

    2014-01-01

    We discuss complete theory of spin-1/2 electron-positron quantum plasmas, when electrons and positrons move with velocities mach smaller than the speed of light. We derive a set of two fluid quantum hydrodynamic equations consisting of the continuity, Euler, spin (magnetic moment) evolution equations for each species. We explicitly include the Coulomb, spin-spin, Darwin and annihilation interactions. The annihilation interaction is the main topic of the paper. We consider contribution of the annihilation interaction in the quantum hydrodynamic equations and in spectrum of waves in magnetized electron-positron plasmas. We consider propagation of waves parallel and perpendicular to an external magnetic field. We also consider oblique propagation of longitudinal waves. We derive set of quantum kinetic equations for electron-positron plasmas with the Darwin and annihilation interactions. We apply the kinetic theory for the linear wave behavior in absence of external fields. We calculate contribution of the Darwin...

  20. Green´s Function for Particle of Spin 0 and 1/2 in the Field of Volkov Plane Wave

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    CHINE, Nadia; CHETOUANI, Lyazid

    2007-01-01

    The Green´s functions for relativistic particles, with and without spin in interaction with an electromagnetic plane wave, are obtained via Parisi-Wu stochastic quantization method after having solved the corresponding Langevin equation.

  1. Tunable spin-wave frequency gap in anisotropy-graded FePt films obtained by ion irradiation

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    Tacchi, S.; Pini, M. G.; Rettori, A.; Varvaro, G.; di Bona, A.; Valeri, S.; Albertini, F.; Lupo, P.; Casoli, F.

    2016-07-01

    The effect of graded anisotropy on static and dynamic magnetic properties of Ar+-irradiated FePt films has been investigated by static magnetometry, magnetic force microscopy, and Brillouin light scattering from thermally excited spin waves. A gradual variation of magnetic anisotropy with film thickness was obtained by Ar+ irradiation. The irradiation incidence angle influences the anisotropy profile: on decreasing α , a decreasing thickness of the hard L 10 phase and an increasing thickness of the soft A1 phase were obtained. Accordingly, the zero-field spin-wave frequency gap was found to decrease. In the sample with the highest soft-phase thickness the spin-wave frequency gap takes a substantial value (ν0≈6 GHz), which could be reproduced assuming the presence of a nonzero "rotatable" anisotropy (i.e., any direction in the film plane can be established as the easy axis by the application of a saturating magnetic field along this direction). The hypothesis is supported by both magnetometry and magnetic force microscopy data.

  2. Current and spin correlations in Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov state of a s-wave superconductor

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    Dey, P; Basu, S [Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati, Assam 781039 (India); Kishore, R, E-mail: poulumi@iitg.ernet.in, E-mail: saurabh@iitg.ernet.in, E-mail: kishore@las.inpe.br [Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, CP 515, S.J. Campos, SP, 12245-970 (Brazil)

    2011-01-01

    In an attempt to characterize the Fulde-Ferrell-Larkin-Ovchinnikov (FFLO) phase in a two dimensional s-wave superconductor, we investigate current-current and spin-spin correlations and compare them with those in the BCS phase. The existence of the FFLO phase is demonstrated using a weakly attractive fermionic Hubbard model in presence of a harmonic trap and a population imbalance, caused by a magnetic field. The lower and upper values of the magnetic field, between which the order parameter shows spatial modulations (owing to a finite center of mass momentum pairing), mark the extent of the FFLO phase. In this regime, the current-current correlations show spatial modulation similar to the behaviour of the order parameter, while the longitudinal spin-spin correlations show modulations with a period half of that of the order parameter in the absence of trap and a bimodal distribution in the presence of the harmonic confinement, thereby underlining a dissimilarity in behaviour between the spin and charge sectors.

  3. Impact of gravitational radiation higher order modes on single aligned-spin gravitational wave searches for binary black holes

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    Bustillo, Juan Calderón; Sintes, Alicia M; Püerrer, Michael

    2015-01-01

    Current template-based gravitational wave searches for compact binary coalescences (CBC) use waveform models that neglect the higher order modes content of the gravitational radiation emitted, considering only the quadrupolar $(\\ell,|m|)=(2,2)$ modes. We study the effect of such a neglection for the case of aligned-spin CBC searches for equal-spin (and non-spinning) binary black holes in the context of two versions of Advanced LIGO: the upcoming 2015 version, known as early Advanced LIGO (eaLIGO) and its Zero-Detuned High Energy Power version, that we will refer to as Advanced LIGO (AdvLIGO). In addition, we study the case of a non-spinning search for initial LIGO (iLIGO). We do this via computing the effectualness of the aligned-spin SEOBNRv1 ROM waveform family, which only considers quadrupolar modes, towards hybrid post-Newtonian/Numerical Relativity waveforms which contain higher order modes. We find that for all LIGO versions, losses of more than $10\\%$ of events occur for mass ratio $q\\geq6$ and $M \\geq...

  4. Spin dynamics of qqq wave function on light front in high momentum limit of QCD: Role of qqq force

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    Mitra, A. N.

    2008-04-01

    The contribution of a spin-rich qqq force (in conjunction with pairwise qq forces) to the analytical structure of the qqq wave function is worked out in the high momentum regime of QCD where the confining interaction may be ignored, so that the dominant effect is Coulombic. A distinctive feature of this study is that the spin-rich qqq force is generated by a ggg vertex (a genuine part of the QCD Lagrangian) wherein the 3 radiating gluon lines end on as many quark lines, giving rise to a (Mercedes-Benz type) Y-shaped diagram. The dynamics is that of a Salpeter-like equation (3D support for the kernel) formulated covariantly on the light front, a la Markov-Yukawa Transversality Principle (MYTP) which warrants a 2-way interconnection between the 3D and 4D Bethe-Salpeter (BSE) forms for 2 as well as 3 fermion quarks. With these ingredients, the differential equation for the 3D wave function ϕ receives well-defined contributions from the qq and qqq forces. In particular a negative eigenvalue of the spin operator iσ1 · σ2 × σ3 which is an integral part of the qqq force, causes a characteristic singularity in the differential equation, signalling the dynamical effect of a spin-rich qqq force not yet considered in the literature. The potentially crucial role of this interesting effect vis-a-vis the so-called 'spin anomaly' of the proton, is a subject of considerable physical interest.

  5. Banks of templates for all-sky narrow-band searches of gravitational waves from spinning neutron stars

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    Pisarski, Andrzej

    2013-01-01

    We construct efficient banks of templates suitable for all-sky narrow-band searches of almost monochromatic gravitational waves originating from spinning neutron stars in our Galaxy in data collected by interferometric detectors. We thus assume that both the position of the gravitational-wave source in the sky and the wave's frequency together with spindown parameters are unknown. In the construction we employ simplified model of the signal with constant amplitude and phase which is a linear function of unknown parameters. All our template banks enable usage of the fast Fourier transform algorithm in the computation of the maximum-likelihood $\\mathcal{F}$-statistic for nodes of the grids defining the bank and fulfill an additional constraint needed to resample the data to barycentric time efficiently. Our template banks are suitable for larger range of search parameters than the banks previously proposed and compared to them they have smaller thicknesses for certain values of search parameters.

  6. Nuclear Spin-Lattice Relaxation Times from Continuous Wave NMR Spectroscopy.

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    Wooten, Jan B.; And Others

    1979-01-01

    The experiment described, suitable for undergraduate physical chemistry laboratories, illustrates the general principles of relaxation and introduces the nmr concepts of saturation and spin-inversion. (BB)

  7. Dynamics and stability of stationary states for the spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensates in a standing light wave

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    Wang, Deng-Shan; Han, Wei; Shi, Yuren; Li, Zaidong; Liu, Wu-Ming

    2016-07-01

    The spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensates trapped in a standing light wave can be described by three coupled Gross-Pitaevskii equations with a periodic potential. In this paper, nine families of stationary solutions without phase structures in the form of Jacobi elliptic functions are proposed, and their stabilities are analyzed by both linear stability analysis and dynamical evolutions. Taking the ferromagnetic 87Rb atoms and antiferromagnetic (polar) 23Na atoms as examples, we investigate the stability regions of the nine stationary solutions, which are given in term of elliptic modulus k. It is shown that for the same stationary solution the stability regions of condensates with antiferromagnetic (polar) spin-dependent interactions are larger than that of the condensates with ferromagnetic ones. The dn-dn-dn stationary solution is the most stable solution among the nine families of stationary solutions. Moreover, in the same standing light wave, the spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensates are more stable than the scalar Bose-Einstein condensate.

  8. Anomalous radiative transitions

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    Ishikawa, Kenzo; Tobita, Yutaka

    2014-01-01

    Anomalous transitions involving photons derived by many-body interaction of the form, $\\partial_{\\mu} G^{\\mu}$, in the standard model are studied. This does not affect the equation of motion in the bulk, but makes wave functions modified, and causes the unusual transition characterized by the time-independent probability. In the transition probability at a time-interval T expressed generally in the form $P=T \\Gamma_0 +P^{(d)}$, now with $\\Gamma_0=0, P^{(d)} \

  9. SH-Wave Seismic-Reflection Evidence for a Tectonic Origin of Anomalous Stress in Near-Surface Unlithified Sediment, Midcontinent, United States

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    Woolery, E. W.; Schaefer, J. A.; Wang, Z.

    2002-12-01

    Indirect and direct geotechnical measurements revealed the presence of high lateral earth pressure (Ko) in shallow, unlithified sediment at a site in the northernmost Mississippi embayment region of the central United States. Results from pile-load and pressuremeter tests showed maximum Ko values greater than 10; however, the complex geologic environment of the Midcontinent made defining an origin for the anomalous Ko based solely on these measurements equivocal. Although in situ sediment characteristics indicated that indirect tectonic or nontectonic geologic mechanisms that include transient overburden loads (e.g., fluvial deposition/erosion, glacial advance/retreat) and dynamic shear loads (e.g., earthquakes) were not the dominant cause, they were unable to provide indicators for a direct tectonic generation. Localized stresses induced anthropogenically by the geotechnical field tests were also considered, but ruled out as the primary origin. A high-resolution shear-wave (SH) reflection image of geologic structure in the immediate vicinity of the test site revealed compression-style neotectonism, and suggested the elevated stress was a tectonic manifestation. Post-Paleozoic reflectors exhibit a Tertiary (?) structural inversion, as evidenced by post-Cretaceous fault displacement and pronounced positive folds in the hanging wall of the interpreted faults. The latest stratigraphic extent of the stress effects (i.e., all measurements were in the Late Cretaceous to Tertiary McNairy Formation), as well as the relationship of stress orientation with the orientation of local structure and regional stress remains unknown. These are the subjects of on-going studies.

  10. Tunable spin wave spectra in two-dimensional Ni{sub 80}Fe{sub 20} antidot lattices with varying lattice symmetry

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    Mandal, R.; Barman, S.; Saha, S.; Barman, A., E-mail: abarman@bose.res.in [Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Material Sciences, S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Block JD, Sector III, Salt Lake, Kolkata 700 098 (India); Otani, Y. [CEMS-RIKEN, 2-1 Hirosawa, Wako, Saitama 351-0198 (Japan); Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo, 5-1-5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa, Chiba 277-8581 (Japan)

    2015-08-07

    Ferromagnetic antidot lattices are important systems for magnetic data storage and magnonic devices, and understanding their magnetization dynamics by varying their structural parameters is an important problems in magnetism. Here, we investigate the variation in spin wave spectrum in two-dimensional nanoscale Ni{sub 80}Fe{sub 20} antidot lattices with lattice symmetry. By varying the bias magnetic field values in a broadband ferromagnetic resonance spectrometer, we observed a stark variation in the spin wave spectrum with the variation of lattice symmetry. The simulated mode profiles showed further difference in the spatial nature of the modes between different lattices. While for square and rectangular lattices extended modes are observed in addition to standing spin wave modes, all modes in the hexagonal, honeycomb, and octagonal lattices are either localized or standing waves. In addition, the honeycomb and octagonal lattices showed two different types of modes confined within the honeycomb (octagonal) units and between two such consecutive units. Simulated internal magnetic fields confirm the origin of such a wide variation in the frequency and spatial nature of the spin wave modes. The tunability of spin waves with the variation of lattice symmetry is important for the design of future magnetic data storage and magnonic devices.

  11. Constraints on the spin-parity and anomalous $\\mathrm{HVV}$ couplings of the Higgs boson in proton collisions at 7 and 8 TeV

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Python, Quentin; Strom, Derek; Tavernier, Stefaan; Van Doninck, Walter; Van Mulders, Petra; Van Onsem, Gerrit Patrick; Villella, Ilaria; Caillol, Cécile; Clerbaux, Barbara; De Lentdecker, Gilles; Dobur, Didar; Favart, Laurent; Gay, Arnaud; Grebenyuk, Anastasia; Léonard, Alexandre; Mohammadi, Abdollah; Perniè, Luca; Randle-conde, Aidan; Reis, Thomas; Seva, Tomislav; Thomas, Laurent; Vander Velde, Catherine; Vanlaer, Pascal; Wang, Jian; Zenoni, Florian; Adler, Volker; Beernaert, Kelly; Benucci, Leonardo; Cimmino, Anna; Costantini, Silvia; Crucy, Shannon; Dildick, Sven; Fagot, Alexis; Garcia, Guillaume; Mccartin, Joseph; Ocampo Rios, Alberto Andres; Ryckbosch, Dirk; Salva Diblen, Sinem; Sigamani, Michael; Strobbe, Nadja; Thyssen, Filip; Tytgat, Michael; Yazgan, Efe; Zaganidis, Nicolas; Basegmez, Suzan; Beluffi, Camille; Bruno, Giacomo; Castello, Roberto; Caudron, Adrien; Ceard, Ludivine; Da Silveira, Gustavo Gil; Delaere, Christophe; Du Pree, Tristan; Favart, Denis; Forthomme, Laurent; Giammanco, Andrea; 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    2015-01-01

    The study of the spin-parity and tensor structure of the interactions of the recently discovered Higgs boson is performed using the $\\mathrm{H} \\rightarrow \\mathrm{Z} \\mathrm{Z}$, $\\mathrm{Z}\\gamma^*$, $\\gamma^*\\gamma^* \\rightarrow 4\\ell$, $\\mathrm{H} \\rightarrow \\mathrm{W} \\mathrm{W} \\rightarrow \\ell\

  12. Renormalization of Chiral-Even Twist-3 Light-cone Wave Functions for Vector Mesons in QCD

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    Koike, Y; Tanaka, K

    1998-01-01

    We present the one-loop anomalous dimension matrices for the chiral-even twist-3 (nonsinglet) conformal operators, which govern the scale-dependence of the vector meson light-cone wave functions through the conformal expansion. It is clarified that the constraints from the charge-conjugation invariance and the chirality conservation allow only one independent anomalous dimension matrix for each conformal spin.

  13. Tuning directional dependent metal-insulator transitions in quasi-1D quantum wires with spin-orbit density wave instability.

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    Das, Tanmoy

    2016-07-27

    We study directional dependent band gap evolutions and metal-insulator transitions (MITs) in model quantum wire systems within the spin-orbit density wave (SODW) model. The evolution of MIT is studied as a function of varying anisotropy between the intra-wire hopping ([Formula: see text]) and inter-wire hopping ([Formula: see text]) with Rashba spin-orbit coupling. We find that as long as the anisotropy ratio ([Formula: see text]) remains below 0.5, and the Fermi surface nesting is tuned to [Formula: see text], an exotic SODW induced MIT easily develops, with its critical interaction strength increasing with increasing anisotropy. As [Formula: see text] (2D system), the nesting vector switches to [Formula: see text], making this state again suitable for an isotropic MIT. Finally, we discuss various physical consequences and possible applications of the directional dependent MIT. PMID:27248294

  14. Evolution of spin wave excitations with Co-doping in the spinel MnV2O4

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    Hahn, Steven; Ma, Jie; Lee, Jun Hee; Hong, Tao; Cao, Huibo; Aczel, Adam; Dun, Zhiling; Stone, Matthew; Tian, Wei; Qiu, Yiming; Copley, John; Zhou, Haidong; Fishman, Randy; Matsuda, Masaaki

    2015-03-01

    Spin waves were measured at several levels of Co-doping in the spinel system MnV2O4 by inelastic neutron scattering and analyzed with first-principles-guided spin models. Co-doping creates a rich phase diagram encompassing the transition from localized- to itinerant-electron regimes. Increasing Co concentration weakens the single-ion anisotropy and increases both the magnitude and isotropy of the nearest-neighbor exchange interactions. First principles calculations emphasize the the distinctly different microscopic origins of the two-in-two-out magnetic structure at the Mn-rich and Co-rich limits. Research at HFIR and SNS, ORNL, were sponsored by the Scientific User Facilities Division and Materials Science and Engineering Division, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, US Department of Energy.

  15. Spin Structures in Magnetic Nanoparticles

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    Mørup, Steen; Brok, Erik; Frandsen, Cathrine

    2013-01-01

    Spin structures in nanoparticles of ferrimagnetic materials may deviate locally in a nontrivial way from ideal collinear spin structures. For instance, magnetic frustration due to the reduced numbers of magnetic neighbors at the particle surface or around defects in the interior can lead to spin...... canting and hence a reduced magnetization. Moreover, relaxation between almost degenerate canted spin states can lead to anomalous temperature dependences of the magnetization at low temperatures. In ensembles of nanoparticles, interparticle exchange interactions can also result in spin reorientation....... Here, we give a short review of anomalous spin structures in nanoparticles....

  16. Multi-frequency force-detected electron spin resonance in the millimeter-wave region up to 150 GHz

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    Ohmichi, E.; Tokuda, Y.; Tabuse, R.; Tsubokura, D.; Okamoto, T.; Ohta, H.

    2016-07-01

    In this article, a novel technique is developed for multi-frequency force-detected electron spin resonance (ESR) in the millimeter-wave region. We constructed a compact ESR probehead, in which the cantilever bending is sensitively detected by a fiber-optic Fabry-Perot interferometer. With this setup, ESR absorption of diphenyl-picrylhydrazyl radical (<1 μg) was clearly observed at multiple frequencies of up to 150 GHz. We also observed the hyperfine splitting of low-concentration Mn2+ impurities(˜0.2%) in MgO.

  17. Spin-Wave Analysis of Specific Heat and Magnetization in EuO and EuS

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    Dietrich, O. W.; Henderson, A. J.; Meyer, H.

    1975-01-01

    Recent neutron scattering measurements of the spin-wave spectrum have shown that the second-nearest-neighbor exchange constant in EuO is ferromagnetic, in disagreement with previously published results from both specific-heat and magnetization measurements. We undertook a thorough study of the bulk...... data on both EuO and its isomorph EuS, including some previously unpublished specific-heat data. The new analysis resolved the controversy regarding the specific heat, which is actually in good agreement with the neutron scattering results. However, the NMR data are more sensitive to effects other than...

  18. Spin-wave band-pass filters based on yttrium iron garnet films for tunable microwave photonic oscillators

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    Ustinov, A. B.; Drozdovskii, A. V.; Nikitin, A. A.; Kalinikos, B. A.

    2015-12-01

    The paper reports on development of tunable band-pass microwave filters for microwave photonic generators. The filters were fabricated with the use of epitaxial yttrium iron garnet films. Principle of operation of the filters was based on excitation, propagation, and reception of spin waves. In order to obtain narrow pass band, the filtering properties of excitation and reception antennas were exploited. The filters demonstrated insertion losses of 2-3 dB, bandwidth of 25-35 MHz, and tuning range of up to 1.5 GHz in the range 3-7 GHz.

  19. Gravitational-Wave Data Analysis with Spinning Merger-Ringdown Waveforms

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    Kelly Bernard J.

    2011-01-01

    The recent availability of high-quality, gravitational merger-ringdown waveforms from spinning black-hole systems has made possible the development of multi-mode GW templates for use in data-analysis studies of current and proposed interferometric GW detectors. We report on recent work at NASA Goddard, analyzing the most significant modes from aligned-spin black-hole-binary mergers. From these, we have developed time-domain merger-ringdown GW templates covering the aligned-spin portion of parameter space. We also discuss how using the full information content of aligned-spin mergers can significantly reduce uncertainties in some parameters, emphasizing the significant gains possible in the last stages of merger, inaccessible to inspiral-only post-Newtonian templates.

  20. Relativistic wave equations for fermions, the causality problem for Harish-Chandra degree four, the family with one auxiliary spin

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    Labonte, G. (Royal Military Coll. of Canada, Kingston, Ontario. Dept. of Mathematics)

    1982-11-21

    Standard relativistic wave equations for elementary particles are studied. One more step is made in a particular explicit construction of all matrices involved: parity is used to separate the constraint subspace. For the particular case in which the Harish-Chandra degree of the GAMMA algebra is four, the propagation of wave fronts is discussed. The study of a simple eigenvalue equation is suggested as a first test for acausality. The family of all equations involving only one auxiliary spin is then studied. A causality is demonstrated for all members. Explicit construction of one member equation is carried out in order to illustrate a method by which all the relatively few members of this family can be found.

  1. Kinetic analysis of spin current contribution to spectrum of electromagnetic waves in spin-1/2 plasma, Part I: Dielectric permeability tensor for magnetized plasmas

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    Andreev, Pavel A

    2016-01-01

    The dielectric permeability tensor for spin polarized plasmas is derived in terms of the spin-1/2 quantum kinetic model in six-dimensional phase space. Expressions for the distribution function and spin distribution function are derived in linear approximations on the path of dielectric permeability tensor derivation. The dielectric permeability tensor is derived the spin-polarized degenerate electron gas. It is also discussed at the finite temperature regime, where the equilibrium distribution function is presented by the spin-polarized Fermi-Dirac distribution. Consideration of the spin-polarized equilibrium states opens possibilities for the kinetic modeling of the thermal spin current contribution in the plasma dynamics.

  2. Topological Septet Pairing with Spin-3/2 Fermions: High-Partial-Wave Channel Counterpart of the ^{3}He-B Phase.

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    Yang, Wang; Li, Yi; Wu, Congjun

    2016-08-12

    We systematically generalize the exotic ^{3}He-B phase, which not only exhibits unconventional symmetry but is also isotropic and topologically nontrivial, to arbitrary partial-wave channels with multicomponent fermions. The concrete example with four-component fermions is illustrated including the isotropic f-, p-, and d-wave pairings in the spin septet, triplet, and quintet channels, respectively. The odd partial-wave channel pairings are topologically nontrivial, while pairings in even partial-wave channels are topologically trivial. The topological index reaches the largest value of N^{2} in the p-wave channel (N is half of the fermion component number). The surface spectra exhibit multiple linear and even high order Dirac cones. Applications to multiorbital condensed matter systems and multicomponent ultracold large spin fermion systems are discussed. PMID:27563972

  3. Spin-wave and electromagnon dispersions in multiferroic MnWO4 as observed by neutron spectroscopy: Isotropic Heisenberg exchange versus anisotropic Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction

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    Xiao, Y.; Kumar, C. M. N.; Nandi, S.; Su, Y.; Jin, W. T.; Fu, Z.; Faulhaber, E.; Schneidewind, A.; Brückel, Th.

    2016-06-01

    High-resolution inelastic neutron scattering reveals that the elementary magnetic excitations in multiferroic MnWO4 consist of low-energy dispersive electromagnons in addition to the well-known spin-wave excitations. The latter can well be modeled by a Heisenberg Hamiltonian with magnetic exchange coupling extending to the 12th nearest neighbor. They exhibit a spin-wave gap of 0.61(1) meV. Two electromagnon branches appear at lower energies of 0.07(1) and 0.45(1) meV at the zone center. They reflect the dynamic magnetoelectric coupling and persist in both the collinear magnetic and paraelectric AF1 phase and the spin spiral ferroelectric AF2 phase. These excitations are associated with the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya exchange interaction, which is significant due to the rather large spin-orbit coupling.

  4. Anomalous Hall effect for semiclassical chiral fermions

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    Zhang, Pengming, E-mail: zhpm@impcas.ac.cn [Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou (China); Horváthy, P.A., E-mail: horvathy@lmpt.univ-tours.fr [Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou (China); Laboratoire de Mathématiques et de Physique Théorique, Université de Tours (France)

    2015-03-06

    Semiclassical chiral fermions manifest the anomalous spin-Hall effect: when put into a pure electric field they suffer a side jump, analogous to what happens to their massive counterparts in non-commutative mechanics. The transverse shift is consistent with the conservation of the angular momentum. In a pure magnetic field, instead, spiraling motion is found. Motion in Hall-type perpendicular electric and magnetic fields is also studied. - Highlights: • Chiral fermions exhibit an anomalous spin-Hall effect. • Transverse shift appears in a pure electric field. • In a pure magnetic field spiraling motion is found.

  5. Spin Dynamics Of $qqq$ Wave Function On Light Front In High Momentum Limit Of QCD : Role Of $qqq$ Force

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    Mitra, A N

    2007-01-01

    The contribution of a spin-rich $qqq$ force (in conjunction with pairwise $qq$ forces) to the analytical structure of the $qqq$ wave function is worked out in the high momentum regime of QCD where the confining interaction may be ignored, so that the dominant effect is $Coulombic$. A distinctive feature of this study is that the spin-rich $qqq$ force is generated by a $ggg$ vertex (a genuine part of the QCD Lagrangian) wherein the 3 radiating gluon lines end on as many quark lines, giving rise to a (Mercedes-Benz type) $Y$-shaped diagram. The dynamics is that of a Salpeter-like equation (3D support for the kernel) formulated covariantly on the light front, a la Markov-Yukawa Transversality Principle (MYTP) which warrants a 2-way interconnection between the 3D and 4D Bethe-Salpeter (BSE) forms for 2 as well as 3 fermion quarks. With these ingredients, the differential equation for the 3D wave function $\\phi$ receives well-defined contributions from the $qq$ and $qqq$ forces. In particular a $negative$ eigenval...

  6. Spin-wave stiffness parameter in ferrimagnetic systems: Nanoparticulate powders of (Mg,Zn ) Fe2O4 mixed ferrites

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    Franco, A.; Pessoni, H. V. S.; Machado, F. L. A.

    2015-11-01

    We have evaluated the spin-wave stiffness parameter in nanoparticulate powders of Mg1 -xZnxFe2O4 ( 0.0 ≤x ≤0.6 ) mixed ferrites from magnetization data obtained at two different ranges of temperature: 5 -300 K and 300 -750 K . At the lower temperature range the T-dependence of the saturation magnetization, Ms, data could be fitted to the Bloch's law with T3 /2 . The spin-wave stiffness parameters D were determined from the coefficient of T3 /2 ; being ˜132 and ˜86 meVÅ for x = 0.0 and 0.6, respectively, with the corresponding exchange constant JAB of ˜1.10 and ˜0.72 meV , respectively. The values of D determined from the experimental Curie temperature Tc were ˜212 and ˜163 meVÅ2 for x = 0.0 and 0.6, respectively, with the corresponding exchange constant JAB of ˜1.77 and ˜1.30 meV . The difference in both JAB and D values obtained from the coefficient of T3 /2 and from Tc may be attributed to the fact that the magnetic measurements were performed at a different range of temperatures. The results are discussed in terms of the cation distribution among A- and B-sites of occupation on these spinel ferrites.

  7. Three-dimensional Character of the Magnetization Dynamics in Magnetic Vortex Structures: Hybridization of Flexure Gyromodes with Spin Waves

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    Noske, Matthias; Stoll, Hermann; Fähnle, Manfred; Gangwar, Ajay; Woltersdorf, Georg; Slavin, Andrei; Weigand, Markus; Dieterle, Georg; Förster, Johannes; Back, Christian H.; Schütz, Gisela

    2016-07-01

    Three-dimensional linear spin-wave eigenmodes of a vortex-state Permalloy disk are studied by micromagnetic simulations based on the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation. The simulations confirm that the increase of the disk thickness leads to the appearance of additional exchange-dominated so-called gyrotropic flexure modes having nodes along the disk thickness, and eigenfrequencies that decrease when the thickness is increased. We observe the formation of a gap in the mode spectrum caused by the hybridization of the first flexure mode with one of the azimuthal spin-wave modes of the disk. A qualitative change of the transverse profile of this azimuthal mode is found, demonstrating that in a thick vortex-state disk the influence of the "transverse" and the "azimuthal" coordinates cannot be separated. The three-dimensional character of the eigenmodes is essential to explain the recently observed asymmetries in an experimentally obtained phase diagram of vortex-core reversal in relatively thick Permalloy disks.

  8. Crossover from inelastic magnetic scattering of Cooper pairs to spin-wave dispersion produces the low-energy kink structure in the spectra of cuprate superconductors

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    Das, Tanmoy; Markiewicz, R. S.; Bansil, A.

    2012-04-01

    We present GW-based-self-energy calculations for the state of the coexisting spin-density-wave and d-wave superconductivity in a series of cuprate superconductors. The spin-resonance spectrum is found to exhibit the typical “hourglass” form whose upward and downward dispersion branches come from the gapped-spin-wave and magnetic scattering, of Cooper pairs, respectively. We show that the crossover between these two different dispersion features leads to an abrupt change of slope in the quasiparticle self-energy, and hence, the low-energy kink commences in the single-particle quasiparticle spectrum. The calculated electron-boson-coupling strength agrees well with experimental data as a function of temperature, doping, and material. The results demonstrate that electronic correlations dominate the quasiparticle spectra of cuprates near the low-energy kink, suggesting a relatively smaller role for phonons in this energy range.

  9. Hydrodynamic and kinetic models for spin-1/2 electron-positron quantum plasmas: Annihilation interaction, helicity conservation, and wave dispersion in magnetized plasmas

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    Andreev, Pavel A., E-mail: andreevpa@physics.msu.ru [Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russian Federation)

    2015-06-15

    We discuss the complete theory of spin-1/2 electron-positron quantum plasmas, when electrons and positrons move with velocities mach smaller than the speed of light. We derive a set of two fluid quantum hydrodynamic equations consisting of the continuity, Euler, spin (magnetic moment) evolution equations for each species. We explicitly include the Coulomb, spin-spin, Darwin and annihilation interactions. The annihilation interaction is the main topic of the paper. We consider the contribution of the annihilation interaction in the quantum hydrodynamic equations and in the spectrum of waves in magnetized electron-positron plasmas. We consider the propagation of waves parallel and perpendicular to an external magnetic field. We also consider the oblique propagation of longitudinal waves. We derive the set of quantum kinetic equations for electron-positron plasmas with the Darwin and annihilation interactions. We apply the kinetic theory to the linear wave behavior in absence of external fields. We calculate the contribution of the Darwin and annihilation interactions in the Landau damping of the Langmuir waves. We should mention that the annihilation interaction does not change number of particles in the system. It does not related to annihilation itself, but it exists as a result of interaction of an electron-positron pair via conversion of the pair into virtual photon. A pair of the non-linear Schrodinger equations for the electron-positron plasmas including the Darwin and annihilation interactions is derived. Existence of the conserving helicity in electron-positron quantum plasmas of spinning particles with the Darwin and annihilation interactions is demonstrated. We show that the annihilation interaction plays an important role in the quantum electron-positron plasmas giving the contribution of the same magnitude as the spin-spin interaction.

  10. Hydrodynamic and kinetic models for spin-1/2 electron-positron quantum plasmas: Annihilation interaction, helicity conservation, and wave dispersion in magnetized plasmas

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    Andreev, Pavel A.

    2015-06-01

    We discuss the complete theory of spin-1/2 electron-positron quantum plasmas, when electrons and positrons move with velocities mach smaller than the speed of light. We derive a set of two fluid quantum hydrodynamic equations consisting of the continuity, Euler, spin (magnetic moment) evolution equations for each species. We explicitly include the Coulomb, spin-spin, Darwin and annihilation interactions. The annihilation interaction is the main topic of the paper. We consider the contribution of the annihilation interaction in the quantum hydrodynamic equations and in the spectrum of waves in magnetized electron-positron plasmas. We consider the propagation of waves parallel and perpendicular to an external magnetic field. We also consider the oblique propagation of longitudinal waves. We derive the set of quantum kinetic equations for electron-positron plasmas with the Darwin and annihilation interactions. We apply the kinetic theory to the linear wave behavior in absence of external fields. We calculate the contribution of the Darwin and annihilation interactions in the Landau damping of the Langmuir waves. We should mention that the annihilation interaction does not change number of particles in the system. It does not related to annihilation itself, but it exists as a result of interaction of an electron-positron pair via conversion of the pair into virtual photon. A pair of the non-linear Schrodinger equations for the electron-positron plasmas including the Darwin and annihilation interactions is derived. Existence of the conserving helicity in electron-positron quantum plasmas of spinning particles with the Darwin and annihilation interactions is demonstrated. We show that the annihilation interaction plays an important role in the quantum electron-positron plasmas giving the contribution of the same magnitude as the spin-spin interaction.

  11. Impact of gravitational radiation higher order modes on single aligned-spin gravitational wave searches for binary black holes

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    Calderón Bustillo, Juan; Husa, Sascha; Sintes, Alicia M.; Pürrer, Michael

    2016-04-01

    Current template-based gravitational wave searches for compact binary coalescences use waveform models that omit the higher order modes content of the gravitational radiation emitted, considering only the quadrupolar (ℓ,|m |)=(2 ,2 ) modes. We study the effect of such omission for the case of aligned-spin compact binary coalescence searches for equal-spin (and nonspinning) binary black holes in the context of two versions of Advanced LIGO: the upcoming 2015 version, known as early Advanced LIGO (eaLIGO) and its zero-detuned high-energy power version, which we will refer to as Advanced LIGO (AdvLIGO). In addition, we study the case of a nonspinning search for initial LIGO (iLIGO). We do this via computing the effectualness of the aligned-spin SEOBNRv1 reduced order model waveform family, which only considers quadrupolar modes, toward hybrid post-Newtonian/numerical relativity waveforms which contain higher order modes. We find that for all LIGO versions losses of more than 10% of events occur in the case of AdvLIGO for mass ratio q ≥6 and total mass M ≥100 M⊙ due to the omission of higher modes, this region of the parameter space being larger for eaLIGO and iLIGO. Moreover, while the maximum event loss observed over the explored parameter space for AdvLIGO is of 15% of events, for iLIGO and eaLIGO, this increases up to (39,23)%. We find that omission of higher modes leads to observation-averaged systematic parameter biases toward lower spin, total mass, and chirp mass. For completeness, we perform a preliminar, nonexhaustive comparison of systematic biases to statistical errors. We find that, for a given signal-to-noise ratio, systematic biases dominate over statistical errors at much lower total mass for eaLIGO than for AdvLIGO.

  12. Characterizing the Dust-Correlated Anomalous Emission in LDN 1622

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    Cleary, Kieran; Casassus, Simon; Dickinson, Clive; Lawrence, Charles; Sakon, Itsuki

    2008-03-01

    The search for 'dust-correlated microwave emission' was started by the surprising excess correlation of COBE-DMR maps, at 31.5, 53 and 91GHz, with DIRBE dust emission at 140 microns. It was first thought to be Galactic free-free emission from the Warm Ionized Medium (WIM). However, Leitch et al. (1997) ruled out a link with free-free by comparing with Halpha templates and first confirmed the anomalous nature of this emission. Since then, this emission has been detected by a number of experiments in the frequency range 5-60 GHz. The most popular explanation is emission from ultra-small spinning dust grains (first postulated by Erickson, 1957), which is expected to have a spectrum that is highly peaked at about 20 GHz. Spinning dust models appear to be broadly consistent with microwave data at high latitudes, but the data have not been conclusive, mainly due to the difficulty of foreground separation in CMB data. LDN 1622 is a dark cloud that lies within the Orion East molecular cloud at a distance of 120 pc. Recent cm-wave observations, in combination with WMAP data, have verified the detection of anomalous dust-correlated emission in LDN 1622. This mid-IR-cm correlation in LDN 1622 is currently the only observational evidence that very small grains VSG emit at GHz frequencies. We propose a programme of spectroscopic observations of LDN 1622 with Spitzer IRS to address the following questions: (i) Are the IRAS 12 and 25 microns bands tracing VSG emission in LDN 1622? (ii) What Mid-IR features and continuum bands best correlate with the cm-wave emission? and (iii) How do the dust properties vary with the cm-wave emission? These questions have important implications for high-sensitivity CMB experiments.

  13. Quadratic-in-spin effects in the orbital dynamics and gravitational-wave energy flux of compact binaries at the 3PN order

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    Bohé, Alejandro; Marsat, Sylvain; Porter, Edward K

    2015-01-01

    We investigate the dynamics of spinning binaries of compact objects at the next-to-leading order in the quadratic-in-spin effects, which corresponds to the third post-Newtonian order (3PN). Using a Dixon-type multipolar formalism for spinning point particles endowed with spin-induced quadrupoles and computing iteratively in harmonic coordinates the relevant pieces of the PN metric within the near zone, we derive the post-Newtonian equations of motion as well as the equations of spin precession. We find full equivalence with available results. We then focus on the far-zone field produced by those systems and obtain the previously unknown 3PN spin contributions to the gravitational-wave energy flux by means of the multipolar post-Minkowskian (MPM) wave generation formalism. Our results are presented in the center-of-mass frame for generic orbits, before being further specialized to the case of spin-aligned, circular orbits. We derive the orbital phase of the binary based on the energy balance equation and brief...

  14. Spin-density-wave instability in graphene doped near the van Hove singularity

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    Makogon, D.; van Gelderen, R.; Roldan, R.; de Morais Smith, C.

    2011-01-01

    We study the instability of the metallic state toward the formation of a different ground state in graphene doped near the van Hove singularity. The system is described by the Hubbard model and a field theoretical approach is used to calculate the charge and spin susceptibility. We find that for rep

  15. Localization corrections to the anomalous Hall effect in a ferromagnet

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    Dugaev, V. K.; Crepieux, A.; Bruno, P

    2001-01-01

    We calculate the localization corrections to the anomalous Hall conductivity related to the contribution of spin-orbit scattering into the current vertex (side-jump mechanism). We show that in contrast to the ordinary Hall effect, there exists a nonvanishing localization correction to the anomalous Hall resistivity. The correction to the anomalous Hall conductivity vanishes in the case of side-jump mechanism, but is nonzero for the skew scattering. The total correction to the nondiagonal cond...

  16. Coupling between Current and Dynamic Magnetization : from Domain Walls to Spin Waves

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    Lucassen, M. E.

    2012-05-01

    So far, we have derived some general expressions for domain-wall motion and the spin motive force. We have seen that the β parameter plays a large role in both subjects. In all chapters of this thesis, there is an emphasis on the determination of this parameter. We also know how to incorporate thermal fluctuations for rigid domain walls, as shown above. In Chapter 2, we study a different kind of fluctuations: shot noise. This noise is caused by the fact that an electric current consists of electrons, and therefore has fluctuations. In the process, we also compute transmission and reflection coefficients for a rigid domain wall, and from them the linear momentum transfer. More work on fluctuations is done in Chapter 3. Here, we consider a (extrinsically pinned) rigid domain wall under the influence of thermal fluctuations that induces a current via spin motive force. We compute how the resulting noise in the current is related to the β parameter. In Chapter 4 we look into in more detail into the spin motive forces from field driven domain walls. Using micro magnetic simulations, we compute the spin motive force due to vortex domain walls explicitly. As mentioned before, this gives qualitatively different results than for a rigid domain wall. The final subject in Chapter 5 is the application of the general expression for spin motive forces to magnons. Although this might seem to be unrelated to domain-wall motion, this calculation allows us to relate the β parameter to macroscopic transport coefficients. This work was supported by Stichting voor Fundamenteel Onderzoek der Materie (FOM), the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), and by the European Research Council (ERC) under the Seventh Framework Program (FP7).

  17. Nonlinear and spin effects in two-photon annihilation of a fermion pair in an intensive laser wave

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    Sikach, S M

    2001-01-01

    The pattern of calculation of amplitudes of a series of processes in the field of an intensive laser wave, in which two fermions $(p; p')$ and two real photons $(k_1; k_2)$ participate, is considered. In relation to one-photon processes, these processes are of the second order on $\\alpha$, if the wave intensity $\\xi \\ll 1$ (i.e., actually absorption from the wave only one quantum). Otherwise, they are competing and essentially nonlinear. One-photon processes have a number of the important physical applications. For example, ${\\gamma}e$ and ${\\gamma}{\\gamma}$ colliders work on their basis. In DSB the calculation is conducted at the level of reaction amplitudes. It essentially simplifies both the calculation and the form of obtained results; those combinations of amplitudes which describe the spin effects are easy to calculate. And these effects are especially essential in nonlinear processes. The calculations are conducted in covariant form. Besides compactness, this provides independence of the frames of refe...

  18. Anomalous Hall effect of heavy holes in Ⅲ-Ⅴ semiconductor quantum wells

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    Wang Zhi-Gang; Zhang Ping

    2007-01-01

    The anomalous Hall effect of heavy holes in semiconductor quantum wells is studied in the intrinsic transport regime, where the Berry curvature governs the Hall current properties. Based on the first-order perturbation of wave function the expression of the Hall conductivity the same as that from the semiclassical equation of motion of the Bloch particles is derived. The dependence of Hall conductivity on the system parameters is shown. The amplitude of Hall conductivity is found to be balanced by a competition between the Zeeman splitting and the spin-orbit splitting.

  19. Dynamic Consequences of Optical Spin-Orbit Interaction

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    Sukhov, Sergey; Dogariu, Aristide

    2015-01-01

    When circularly polarized wave scatters off a sphere, the scattered field forms a vortex with spiraling energy flow. This is due to the transformation of spin angular momentum into orbital one. Here we demonstrate that during this scattering an anomalous force can be induced that acts in a direction perpendicular to the propagation of incident wave. The appearance of this lateral force is made possible by the presence of an interface in the vicinity of scattering object. Besides radiation pressure and tractor-beam pulling forces, this lateral force is another type of non-conservative force that can be produced with unstructured light beams.

  20. Proximity effect induced by Kondo interaction in a network composed of YBCO and spin density wave

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    Maity, S.; Ghosh, Ajay Kumar

    2015-10-01

    The possibility of the proximity effect mediated by Kondo interaction in YBCO embedded in system of diluted magnetic spin ordering has been studied. An YBCO sample is selected in which both metal to insulator transition and superconducting state exist in the different ranges of temperature. The intergranular network of the bulk Y-123 has been modified by the inclusion of YMnO3 which has a well defined magnetic structure depending on temperature. The current-voltage measurements have been carried out in pure Y-123 at several temperatures. At the same set of temperatures the current-voltage curves in presence of YMnO3 have been studied. The role of the diluted spin magnetic ordering in tuning proximity effect and conduction property in binary systems is associated with reduced coherence length in the normal region.

  1. Observation of anomalous dielectric properties in low-dimensional spin 1/2 α-Cu2V2O7 magnetic system

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    Chen, Yu-Jen; Chandrasekhar, Kakarla-Devi; Fan, Ko-Jung; Lin, Jiunn-Yuan; Lee, Jenn-Min; Chen, Jin-Ming; Yang, Hung-Duen

    Recently, low-dimensional magnetic systems have received much attention from both theoretical and experimental physics point of view due to their fascinating physical properties. In general, Cu2V2O7 can stabilize at least two sibling polymorphs named as α and β phases. In α phase, Cu2V2O7 crystallized in orthorhombic with Fdd2 space groups. The complex magnetic exchange interaction between the Cu-O-Cu ion within the intra and interchain creates the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction that leads to weak ferromagnetism below the magnetic transition temperature TN = 34 K. In this study, we present the results of multiple dielectric anomalies observed in the low dimensional spin 1/2 α-Cu2V2O7 magnetic system. The observed dielectric signatures can be ascribed to the complex magnetic interaction α-Cu2V2O7 system. Further, the chemical doping effect on the magnetic and multiferroic properties of α-Cu2V2O7 is underway.

  2. Quantum statistics and anharmonicity in the thermodynamics of spin waves in ferromagnetic metals

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    Wen, Haohua; Woo, C. H.

    2016-09-01

    The average energy needed to create a magnon is high in ferromagnetic metals due to the high-strength spin stiffness, which results in strong quantization effects that could be important even at thousands of degrees. To take into account quantum statistics at such high temperatures, the associated effects of anharmonicity of the spin vibrations must be taken into account. In addition to the complex nature of such effects, anharmonicity also affects the occupation of the density of state of the vibration states in the context of quantum statistics. Thus, an unoccupied vibration state might become occupied when its spring stiffness is substantially reduced with anharmonicity. Combined effects of quantum statistics and anharmonicity are expected. In this regard, the thermodynamics of ferromagnetic metals are investigated in this paper through the example of bcc iron between 10 and 1400 K. Theoretical analysis and spin-lattice dynamic simulations are performed, through which the physics behind the complex and dramatic temperature dependence of the thermodynamic functions of bcc iron is understood.

  3. Bloch spin waves and emergent structure in protein folding with HIV envelope glycoprotein as an example

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    Dai, Jin; Niemi, Antti J.; He, Jianfeng; Sieradzan, Adam; Ilieva, Nevena

    2016-03-01

    We inquire how structure emerges during the process of protein folding. For this we scrutinize collective many-atom motions during all-atom molecular dynamics simulations. We introduce, develop, and employ various topological techniques, in combination with analytic tools that we deduce from the concept of integrable models and structure of discrete nonlinear Schrödinger equation. The example we consider is an α -helical subunit of the HIV envelope glycoprotein gp41. The helical structure is stable when the subunit is part of the biological oligomer. But in isolation, the helix becomes unstable, and the monomer starts deforming. We follow the process computationally. We interpret the evolving structure both in terms of a backbone based Heisenberg spin chain and in terms of a side chain based XY spin chain. We find that in both cases the formation of protein supersecondary structure is akin the formation of a topological Bloch domain wall along a spin chain. During the process we identify three individual Bloch walls and we show that each of them can be modelled with a precision of tenths to several angstroms in terms of a soliton solution to a discrete nonlinear Schrödinger equation.

  4. Anomalous Hall Effect for chiral fermions

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    Zhang, P -M

    2014-01-01

    Semiclassical chiral fermions manifest the anomalous spin-Hall effect: when put into a pure electric field, they suffer a side jump, analogous to what happens to their massive counterparts in non-commutative mechanics. The transverse shift is consistent with the conservation of the angular momentum. In a pure magnetic field a cork-screw-like, spiraling motion is found.

  5. Tunable properties of spin waves in magnetoelastic {NiFe}/{{Gd}}_{2}{({{MoO}}_{4})}_{3} heterostructure

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    Graczyk, Piotr; Trzaskowska, Aleksandra; Załȩski, Karol; Mróz, Bogusław

    2016-07-01

    Full ferroelastic and simultaneously ferroelectric materials are interesting candidates for applications in devices based on multiferroic heterostructures. They should allow for non-volatile and low-power writing of data bits in magnetoelectric random access memories. Moreover, ferroelasticity, in contrast to piezoelectric material, make magnetic information in ferromagnetic film resistant to external fields. As an example for such a system, we have studied the magnetoelastic interaction between a thin ferromagnetic layer of {{Ni}}85{{Fe}}15 with a full ferroelastic-ferroelectric gadolinium molybdate {{Gd}}2{({{MoO}}4)}3 crystal. We have investigated the influence of {{Gd}}2{({{MoO}}4)}3 spontaneous strain onto magnetic properties of thin ferromagnetic film. Particularly, we have shown by Brillouin spectroscopy, that it is possible to modulate surface spin wave frequency of {{Ni}}85{{Fe}}15 by spontaneous strain of gadolinium molybdate substrate.

  6. A temperature dependent tunneling study of the spin density wave gap in EuFe2As2 single crystals.

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    Dutta, Anirban; Anupam; Hossain, Z; Gupta, Anjan K

    2013-09-18

    We report temperature dependent scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy measurements on single crystals of EuFe2As2 in the 15-292 K temperature range. The in situ cleaved crystals show atomic terraces with homogeneous tunnel spectra that correlate well with the spin density wave (SDW) transition at a temperature, TSDW ≈ 186 K. Above TSDW the local tunnel spectra show a small depression in the density of states (DOS) near the Fermi energy (EF). The gap becomes more pronounced upon entering the SDW state with a gap value ∼90 meV at 15 K. However, the zero bias conductance remains finite down to 15 K indicating a finite DOS at the EF in the SDW phase. Furthermore, no noticeable change is observed in the DOS at the antiferromagnetic ordering transition of Eu(2+) moments at 19 K. PMID:23962901

  7. Advanced magneto-optical microscopy: Imaging from picoseconds to centimeters - imaging spin waves and temperature distributions (invited

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    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Recent developments in the observation of magnetic domains and domain walls by wide-field optical microscopy based on the magneto-optical Kerr, Faraday, Voigt, and Gradient effect are reviewed. Emphasis is given to the existence of higher order magneto-optical effects for advanced magnetic imaging. Fundamental concepts and advances in methodology are discussed that allow for imaging of magnetic domains on various length and time scales. Time-resolved imaging of electric field induced domain wall rotation is shown. Visualization of magnetization dynamics down to picosecond temporal resolution for the imaging of spin-waves and magneto-optical multi-effect domain imaging techniques for obtaining vectorial information are demonstrated. Beyond conventional domain imaging, the use of a magneto-optical indicator technique for local temperature sensing is shown.

  8. Storing a single photon as a spin wave entangled with a flying photon in the telecommunication bandwidth

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    Zhang, Wei; Ding, Dong-Sheng; Shi, Shuai; Li, Yan; Zhou, Zhi-Yuan; Shi, Bao-Sen; Guo, Guang-Can

    2016-02-01

    Quantum memory is an essential building block for quantum communication and scalable linear quantum computation. Storing two-color entangled photons with one photon being at the telecommunication (telecom) wavelength while the other photon is compatible with quantum memory has great advantages toward the realization of the fiber-based long-distance quantum communication with the aid of quantum repeaters. Here, we report an experimental realization of storing a photon entangled with a telecom photon in polarization as an atomic spin wave in a cold atomic ensemble, thus establishing the entanglement between the telecom-band photon and the atomic-ensemble memory in a polarization degree of freedom. The reconstructed density matrix and the violation of the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality clearly show the preservation of quantum entanglement during storage. Our result is very promising for establishing a long-distance quantum network based on cold atomic ensembles.

  9. Helical Majorana fermions in dx2‑y2 + idxy-wave topological superconductivity of doped correlated quantum spin Hall insulators

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    Sun, Shih-Jye; Chung, Chung-Hou; Chang, Yung-Yeh; Tsai, Wei-Feng; Zhang, Fu-Chun

    2016-04-01

    There has been growing interest in searching for exotic self-conjugate, charge-neutral low-energy fermionic quasi-particles, known as Majorana fermions (MFs) in solid state systems. Their signatures have been proposed and potentially observed at edges of topological superconcuctors with non-trivial topological invariant in the bulk electronic band structure. Much effort have been focused on realizing MFs in odd-parity superconductors made of strong spin-orbit coupled materials in proximity to conventional superconductors. In this paper, we propose a novel mechanism for realizing MFs in 2D spin-singlet topological superconducting state induced by doping a correlated quantum spin Hall (Kane-Mele) insulator. Via a renormalized mean-field approach, the system is found to exhibits time-reversal symmetry (TRS) breaking -wave (chiral d–wave) superconductivity near half-filling in the limit of large on-site repulsion. Surprisingly, however, at large spin-orbit coupling, the system undergoes a topological phase transition and enter into a new topological phase protected by a pseudo-spin Chern number, which can be viewed as a persistent extension of the quantum spin Hall phase upon doping. From bulk-edge correspondence, this phase is featured by the presence of two pairs of counter-propagating helical Majorana modes per edge, instead of two chiral propagating edge modes in the d + id‧ superconductors.

  10. Two-component wave equation for particles of spin 1/2 and nonzero rest mass. Pt. 1

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    Srivastava, T. (Leeds Univ. (UK). School of Mathematics)

    1984-03-21

    Spin-1/2 particles with nonzero rest mass have hitherto been described by the field equation of Dirac, i.e. by a four-component wave function. ''Why must the wave function have four components.'' was a question posed by Feynman and Gell-Mann which they answered by using the second-order equation ((inablasub(..mu..)-Asub(..mu..))/sup 2/+sigmax(B+iE))phi=m/sup 2/phi with phi a two-component spinor. The same equation - sometimes called the relativistic Pauli equation - was studied further by Brown, Tonin and Pietschmann with specific ends in view. However, a two-component wave equation which is essentially a Schroedinger equation insomuch as it retains the form i(h/2..pi..)(dphi/dt)=Hphi and is, therefore, first order in d/dt has been considered impossible, which it certainly is, if the operators used are confined to the type ..cap alpha..d, where ..cap alpha..'s are matrices with complex elements and d's are differential operators. Biedenharn and collaborators in 1971-1972 presented a two-component alternative to Dirac's equation which was of the Schroedinger type: their approach, however, is completely different from ours. We drop all the above restrictions but one, in these papers, and discuss, in part I, the qualifications of the equation (d/sub 0/+sigmasup(k)dsub(k))psi=-kappaTpsi, where dsub(..mu..)identicald/dchisup(..mu..), sigmasup(k) are the Pauli matrices, T is the linear operator which changes the sign of t, kappa=m/sub 0/c/(h/2..pi..) and psi a two-component wave function. The equation of the particle interacting with an electromagnetic field is dealt with in part II.

  11. P-wave Lambda N - Sigma N coupling and the spin-orbit splitting of 9 Lambda Be

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    Fujiwara, Y; Suzuki, Y

    2008-01-01

    We reexamine the spin-orbit splitting of 9 Lambda Be excited states in terms of the SU_6 quark-model baryon-baryon interaction. The previous folding procedure to generate the Lambda alpha spin-orbit potential from the quark-model Lambda N LS interaction kernel predicted three to five times larger values for Delta E_{ell s}=E_x(3/2^+)-E_x(5/2^+) in the model FSS and fss2. This time, we calculate Lambda alpha LS Born kernel, starting from the LS components of the nuclear-matter G-matrix for the Lambda hyperon. This framework makes it possible to take full account of an important P-wave Lambda N - Sigma N coupling through the antisymmetric LS^{(-)} force involved in the Fermi-Breit interaction. We find that the experimental value, Delta E^{exp}_{ell s}=43 pm 5 keV, is reproduced by the quark-model G-matrix LS interaction with a Fermi-momentum around k_F=1.0 fm^{-1}, when the model FSS is used in the energy-independent renormalized RGM formalism.

  12. Resonant spin-wave modes in trilayered magnetic nanowires studied in the parallel and antiparallel ground state

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    Gubbiotti, G. [Istituto Officina dei Materiali del CNR (CNR-IOM), Unità di Perugia, c/o Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Perugia, I-06123 Perugia (Italy); Nguyen, H.T. [Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Western Ontario, London N6A 3K7, Ontario (Canada); Hiramatsu, R. [Laboratory of Nano Spintronics, Division of Materials Chemistry, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Uji, Kyoto 611-0011 (Japan); Tacchi, S. [Istituto Officina dei Materiali del CNR (CNR-IOM), Unità di Perugia, c/o Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Perugia, I-06123 Perugia (Italy); Cottam, M.G. [Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Western Ontario, London N6A 3K7, Ontario (Canada); Ono, T. [Laboratory of Nano Spintronics, Division of Materials Chemistry, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Uji, Kyoto 611-0011 (Japan)

    2015-06-15

    Brillouin light scattering has been utilized to study the field dependence of resonant spin-wave modes in layered NiFe(30 nm)/Cu(10 nm)/NiFe(15 nm)/Cu(10 nm)/NiFe(30 nm) nanowires of rectangular cross section, 150 nm wide and formed in arrays that are spaced laterally by 400 nm. The major and minor longitudinal hysteresis curves have been measured by the magneto-optical Kerr effect technique, with applied field parallel to the length of the nanowires. The light-scattering spectra were recorded as a function of the magnetic field strength, encompassing both the parallel and antiparallel alignments of the middle stripe with respect to the magnetization direction of the outermost ones. The field ranges for the antiparallel state are different from those for the parallel case, while the mode frequencies change abruptly at the parallel-to-antiparallel transition field (and vice versa). The modes detected in the antiparallel state are found to have only a weak dependence on the applied magnetic field, whether along the major or minor hysteresis curves, while in the parallel state the mode frequencies monotonically increase with the applied magnetic field. The experimental results have been successfully interpreted, across the whole range of the magnetic fields investigated, in terms of the mode localizations across the width and in the layered structure. This was accomplished by means of a microscopic (Hamiltonian-based) theory, which has been extended here to the case of non-parallel magnetic ground states. - Highlights: • We study the resonant spin waves in layered nanowires of rectangular cross section. • Both the parallel and antiparallel magnetization alignments have been explored. • Frequency of modes in the antiparallel state are independent on the magnetic field. • Experimental results we interpreted by means of an Hamiltonian-based theory.

  13. Manipulating the Magnetization of a Nanomagnet with Surface Acoustic Waves: Spin-Rotation Mechanism

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    Chudnovsky, Eugene M.; Jaafar, Reem

    2016-03-01

    We show that the magnetic moment of a nanoparticle embedded in the surface of a solid can be switched by surface acoustic waves in the GHz frequency range via a universal mechanism that does not depend on the structure of the particle and the structure of the substrate. It is based upon the generation of the effective ac magnetic field in the coordinate frame of the nanoparticle by the shear deformation of the surface due to surface acoustic waves. The magnetization reversal occurs via a consecutive absorption of surface phonons of the controlled variable frequency. We derive analytical equations governing this process and solve them numerically for the practical range of parameters.

  14. Effect of the spin-twist structure on the spin-wave dynamics in Fe55Pt45/Ni80Fe20 exchange coupled bi-layers with varying Ni80Fe20 thickness

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    We have investigated optically induced ultrafast magnetization dynamics of a series of Fe55Pt45/Ni80Fe20 exchange spring bi-layers with varying Ni80Fe20 thickness. Rich spin-wave spectra are observed; whose frequency shows a strong dependence on the Ni80Fe20 layer thickness. Micromagnetic simulations based on a simplified magnetic microstructure were able to reproduce the experimental data qualitatively. The spin twist structure introduced in the Ni80Fe20 layer gives rise to new modes in the composite system as opposed to the bare Ni80Fe20 films

  15. Spin wave and percolation studies in epitaxial La2/3Sr1/3MnO3 thin films grown by pulsed laser deposition

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    Ettayfi, A.; Moubah, R.; Hlil, E. K.; Colis, S.; Lenertz, M.; Dinia, A.; Lassri, H.

    2016-07-01

    We investigate the magnetic and transport properties of high quality La2/3Sr1/3MnO3 thin films grown by pulsed laser deposition. X-ray diffraction shows that the deposited films are epitaxial with the expected pseudo-cubic structure. Using the spin wave theory, the temperature dependence of magnetization was satisfactory modeled at low temperature, in which several fundamental magnetic parameters were obtained (spin wave stiffness, exchange constants, Fermi wave-vector, Mn-Mn interatomic distance). The transport properties were studied via the temperature dependence of electrical resistivity [ρ(T)], which shows a peak at Curie temperature due to metal to insulator transition. The percolation theory was used to simulate ρ(T) in both the ferromagnetic and paramagnetic phases. Reasonable agreement with the experimental data is reported.

  16. Spin-polarized quasiparticle transport in ferromagnet/insulator/p-wave superconductor junction

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    2008-01-01

    We have studied the tunneling conductance in ferromagnet/insulator/p-wave superconductor junctions,taking into account the rough interface scattering effect. We find that there exist zero-bias conductance peaks and single-minimum structure in tunneling spectroscopy. As the exchange energy increases,the Andreev reflection is always suppressed and the differential conductance decreases. The differential conductance depends on the barrier strength and the roughness at the interface.

  17. Spin-polarized quasiparticle transport in ferromagnet/insulator/p-wave superconductor junction

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    LI XiaoWei; LIU ShuJing

    2008-01-01

    We have studied the tunneling conductance in ferromagnet/insulator/p-wave superconductor junctions, taking into account the rough interface scattering effect.We find that there exist zero-bias conductance peaks and single-minimum structure in tunneling spectroscopy. As the exchange energy increases, the Andreev reflec-tion is always suppressed and the differential conductance decreases. The differ-ential conductance depends on the barrier strength and the roughness at the in-terface.

  18. Anomalous radiative transitions

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    Anomalous transitions involving photons derived by many-body interaction of the form ∂μGμ in the standard model are studied for the first time. This does not affect the equation of motion in the bulk, but modifies the wavefunctions, and causes an unusual transition characterized by a time-independent probability. In the transition probability at a time interval T expressed generally in the form P=TΓ0+P(d), now with P(d)≠0. The diffractive term P(d) has its origin in the overlap of waves of the initial and final states, and reveals the characteristics of waves. In particular, the processes of the neutrino–photon interaction ordinarily forbidden by the Landau–Yang theorem (Γ0=0) manifest themselves through the boundary interaction. The new term leads physical processes over a wide energy range to have finite probabilities. New methods of detecting neutrinos using lasers are proposed, based on this diffractive term; these would enhance the detectability of neutrinos by many orders of magnitude

  19. Spin-3/2 wave equations with auxiliary spins 1/2; 3/2; acausality for Harish-Chandra degree four

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    Labonte, G. (Freie Univ. Berlin (Germany, F.R.))

    1983-11-21

    Standard relativistic spin-3/2 equations with auxiliary spins 1/2 and 3/2 of arbitrary multiplicity are examined. The problem of explicitly constructing all possible GAMMA-matrices for such equations is partially solved. This partial solution is used to prove that all equations of Harish-Chandra degree four lead to acausal generalized Klein-Gordon equations.

  20. A two-component wave equation for particles of spin 1/2 and nonzero rest mass: Pt. 1

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    Spin-1/2 particles with nonzero rest mass have hitherto been described by the field equation of Dirac, i.e. by a four component wave function. 'Why must the wave function have four components' was a question posed by Feynman and Gell-Mann which they answered by using the second-order equation [(inablasub(μ) - Asub(μ))2 + sigma.(B + iE)]phi = m2phi with phi a two-component spinor. The same equation-sometimes called the relativistic Pauli equation-was studied further by Brown, Tonin and Pietschmann with specific ends in view. However, a two-component wave equation which is essentially a Schroedinger equation insomuch as it retains the form i(h/2π)(deltaphi/deltat) = Hphi and is, therefore, first order in delta/deltat has been considered impossible, which it certainly is, if the operators used are confined to the type αdelta, where α's are matrices with complex elements and delta's are differential operators. Biedenharn and collaborators in 1971-1972 presented a two-component alternative to Dirac's equation which was of the Schroedinger type: their approach, however, is completely different from ours. They are dropped all the above restrictions but one, in these papers, and discussed, in part I, the qualifications of the equation (delta0 + sigmasup(k)deltasub(k))psi = -xTpsi, where deltasub(μ) identical delta/deltaxsup(μ), sigmasup(k) are the Pauli matrices, T is the linear operator which changes the sign of t, x = m0c/(h/2π) and psi a two-component wave function. The equation of the particle interacting with an electromagnetic field is dealt with in part II. In part I it has been established that both components of all the solutions of the above equation satisfy the Klein-Gordon equation and that a 1-1 correspondence can be set up between its solutions and the positive-energy solutions of the Dirac equation which preserves inner products (when suitably defined for our case). Covariance under the proper Lorentz group followed by covariance under space and time

  1. Generation of Light with Multimode Time-Delayed Entanglement Using Storage in a Solid-State Spin-Wave Quantum Memory.

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    Ferguson, Kate R; Beavan, Sarah E; Longdell, Jevon J; Sellars, Matthew J

    2016-07-01

    Here, we demonstrate generating and storing entanglement in a solid-state spin-wave quantum memory with on-demand readout using the process of rephased amplified spontaneous emission (RASE). Amplified spontaneous emission (ASE), resulting from an inverted ensemble of Pr^{3+} ions doped into a Y_{2}SiO_{5} crystal, generates entanglement between collective states of the praseodymium ensemble and the output light. The ensemble is then rephased using a four-level photon echo technique. Entanglement between the ASE and its echo is confirmed and the inseparability violation preserved when the RASE is stored as a spin wave for up to 5  μs. RASE is shown to be temporally multimode with almost perfect distinguishability between two temporal modes demonstrated. These results pave the way for the use of multimode solid-state quantum memories in scalable quantum networks. PMID:27447494

  2. Generation of Light with Multimode Time-Delayed Entanglement Using Storage in a Solid-State Spin-Wave Quantum Memory.

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    Ferguson, Kate R; Beavan, Sarah E; Longdell, Jevon J; Sellars, Matthew J

    2016-07-01

    Here, we demonstrate generating and storing entanglement in a solid-state spin-wave quantum memory with on-demand readout using the process of rephased amplified spontaneous emission (RASE). Amplified spontaneous emission (ASE), resulting from an inverted ensemble of Pr^{3+} ions doped into a Y_{2}SiO_{5} crystal, generates entanglement between collective states of the praseodymium ensemble and the output light. The ensemble is then rephased using a four-level photon echo technique. Entanglement between the ASE and its echo is confirmed and the inseparability violation preserved when the RASE is stored as a spin wave for up to 5  μs. RASE is shown to be temporally multimode with almost perfect distinguishability between two temporal modes demonstrated. These results pave the way for the use of multimode solid-state quantum memories in scalable quantum networks.

  3. Spin-orbit Coupling Induced Magnetism in the d-density Wave Phase of La2-xBaxCuO4 Superconductors

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    Wu, Congjun; /Stanford U., Phys. Dept. /Santa Barbara, KITP; Zaanen, Jan; Zhang, Shou-Cheng; /Stanford U., Phys. Dept.

    2010-01-15

    We study the effects of spin-orbit coupling in the d-density wave (DDW) phase. In the low-temperature orthorhombic phase of La{sub 2-x}Ba{sub x}CuO{sub 4}, we find that spin-orbit coupling induces ferromagnetic moments in the DDW phase, which are polarized along the [110] direction with a considerable magnitude. This effect does not exist in the superconducting phase. On the other hand, if the d-density wave order does not exist at zero field, a magnetic field along the [110] direction always induces such a staggered orbital current. We discuss experimental constraints on the DDW states in light of our theoretical predictions.

  4. Generation of Light with Multimode Time-Delayed Entanglement Using Storage in a Solid-State Spin-Wave Quantum Memory

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    Ferguson, Kate R.; Beavan, Sarah E.; Longdell, Jevon J.; Sellars, Matthew J.

    2016-07-01

    Here, we demonstrate generating and storing entanglement in a solid-state spin-wave quantum memory with on-demand readout using the process of rephased amplified spontaneous emission (RASE). Amplified spontaneous emission (ASE), resulting from an inverted ensemble of Pr3 + ions doped into a Y2 SiO5 crystal, generates entanglement between collective states of the praseodymium ensemble and the output light. The ensemble is then rephased using a four-level photon echo technique. Entanglement between the ASE and its echo is confirmed and the inseparability violation preserved when the RASE is stored as a spin wave for up to 5 μ s . RASE is shown to be temporally multimode with almost perfect distinguishability between two temporal modes demonstrated. These results pave the way for the use of multimode solid-state quantum memories in scalable quantum networks.

  5. Intermediate time scaling in classical continuous-spin models

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    Oh, S K; Chung, J S

    1999-01-01

    The time-dependent total spin correlation functions of the two- and the three-dimensional classical XY models seem to have a very narrow first dynamic scaling interval and, after this interval, a much broader anomalous second dynamic scaling interval appears. In this paper, this intriguing feature found in our previous work is re-examined. By introducing a phenomenological characteristic time for this intermediate time interval, the second dynamic scaling behavior can be explained. Moreover, the dynamic critical exponent found from this novel characteristic time is found to be identical to that found from the usual dynamic scaling theory developed in the wave vector and frequency domain. For continuous spin models, in which the spin variable related to a long-range order parameter is not a constant of motion, our method yielded the dynamic critical exponent with less computational efforts.

  6. The magnetic particle in a box: Analytic and micromagnetic analysis of probe-localized spin wave modes

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    Adur, Rohan, E-mail: adur@physics.osu.edu; Du, Chunhui; Manuilov, Sergei A.; Wang, Hailong; Yang, Fengyuan; Pelekhov, Denis V.; Hammel, P. Chris [Department of Physics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 43210 (United States)

    2015-05-07

    The dipole field from a probe magnet can be used to localize a discrete spectrum of standing spin wave modes in a continuous ferromagnetic thin film without lithographic modification to the film. Obtaining the resonance field for a localized mode is not trivial due to the effect of the confined and inhomogeneous magnetization precession. We compare the results of micromagnetic and analytic methods to find the resonance field of localized modes in a ferromagnetic thin film, and investigate the accuracy of these methods by comparing with a numerical minimization technique that assumes Bessel function modes with pinned boundary conditions. We find that the micromagnetic technique, while computationally more intensive, reveals that the true magnetization profiles of localized modes are similar to Bessel functions with gradually decaying dynamic magnetization at the mode edges. We also find that an analytic solution, which is simple to implement and computationally much faster than other methods, accurately describes the resonance field of localized modes when exchange fields are negligible, and demonstrating the accessibility of localized mode analysis.

  7. Estimating the parameters of non-spinning binary black holes using ground-based gravitational-wave detectors: Statistical errors

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    Ajith, P

    2009-01-01

    (Abridged): We assess the statistical errors in estimating the parameters of non-spinning black-hole binaries using ground-based gravitational-wave detectors. While past assessments were based on only the inspiral/ring-down pieces of the coalescence signal, the recent progress in analytical and numerical relativity enables us to make more accurate projections using "complete" inspiral-merger-ringdown waveforms. We employ the Fisher matrix formalism to estimate how accurately the source parameters will be measurable using a single interferometer as well as a network of interferometers. Those estimates are further vetted by Monte-Carlo simulations. We find that the parameter accuracies of the complete waveform are, in general, significantly better than those of just the inspiral waveform in the case of binaries with total mass M > 20 M_sun. For the case of the Advanced LIGO detector, parameter estimation is the most accurate in the M=100-200 M_sun range. For an M=100M_sun system, the errors in measuring the tot...

  8. Majorana fermions in ferromagnetic chains on the surface of bulk spin-orbit coupled s-wave superconductors.

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    Hui, Hoi-Yin; Brydon, P M R; Sau, Jay D; Tewari, S; Das Sarma, S

    2015-01-01

    Majorana fermion (MF) excitations in solid state system have non-Abelian statistics which is essential for topological quantum computation. Previous proposals to realize MF, however, generally requires fine-tuning of parameters. Here we explore a platform which avoids the fine-tuning problem, namely a ferromagnetic chain deposited on the surface of a spin-orbit coupled s-wave superconductor. We show that it generically supports zero-energy topological MF excitations near the two ends of the chain with minimal fine-tuning. Depending on the strength of the ferromagnetic moment in the chain, the number of MFs at each end, n, can be either one or two, and should be revealed by a robust zero-bias peak (ZBP) of height 2 ne(2)/h in scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) measurements which would show strong (weak) signals at the ends (middle) of the chain. The role of an approximate chiral symmetry which gives an integer topological invariant to the system is discussed. PMID:25743763

  9. Capulets and Montagues: distinguishing the rival families of black-hole spin-orbit resonances by their gravitational-wave signatures

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    Gerosa, Davide; Kesden, Michael; Berti, Emanuele; Sperhake, Ulrich

    2014-01-01

    If binary black holes form following the successive core collapses of sufficiently massive binary stars, precessional dynamics may align their spins $\\mathbf S_1$ and $\\mathbf S_2$ and the orbital angular momentum $\\mathbf L$ into a plane in which they jointly precess about the total angular momentum $\\mathbf J$. These spin orientations are known as spin-orbit resonances since $\\mathbf S_1$, $\\mathbf S_2$, and $\\mathbf L$ all precess at the same frequency to maintain their planar configuration. Two families of such spin-orbit resonances exist, alike in dignity but differentiated by whether the components of the two spins in the orbital plane are either aligned or antialigned. The fraction of binary black holes in each family is determined by the stellar evolution of their progenitors, so if gravitational-wave detectors could measure this fraction they could provide important insights into astrophysical formation scenarios for binary black holes. In this paper, we show that even under the conservative assumpti...

  10. On the Formulation of the Exchange Field in the Landau-Lifshitz Equation for Spin-Wave Calculation in Magnonic Crystals

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    M. Krawczyk

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available The calculation of the magnonic spectra using the plane-wave method has limitations, the origin of which lies in the formulation of the effective magnetic field term in the equation of motion (the Landau-Lifshitz equation for composite media. According to ideas of the plane-wave method the system dynamics is described in terms of plane waves (a superposition of a number of plane waves, which are continuous functions and propagate throughout the medium. Since in magnonic crystals the sought-for superposition of plane waves represents the dynamic magnetization, the magnetic boundary conditions on the interfaces between constituent materials should be inherent in the Landau-Lifshitz equations. In this paper we present the derivation of the two expressions for the exchange field known from the literature. We start from the Heisenberg model and use a linear approximation and take into account the spacial dependence of saturation magnetization and exchange constant present in magnetic composites. We discuss the magnetic boundary conditions included in the presented formulations of the exchange field and elucidate their effect on spin-wave modes and their spectra in one- and two-dimensional planar magnonic crystals from plane-wave calculations.

  11. A Self-consistent Calculation and an Anisotropic Wavelength Cutoff Energy of Spin-wave Spectrum in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions

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    2001-01-01

    Temperature dependence of tunnel magnetoresistance (TMR) ratio,resistance, and coercivity from 4.2 K to room temperature (RT), applied dc bias voltage dependence of the TMR ratio and resistances at 4.2 K and RT, tunnel current I and dynamic conductance dI/dV as functions of the dc bias voltage at 4.2 K, and inelastic electron tunneling (lET) spectroscopy, d2I/dV2 versus V,at 4.2 K for a tunnel junction of Ta(5 nm)/Ni79Fe21(25 nm)/Ir22Mn78(12 nm)/Co75Fe25(4 nm)/Al(0.8 nm)-oxide/Co75Fe25(4 nm)/Ni79Fe21(25 nm)/Ta(5 nm) were systematically investigated.High TMR ratio of 59.2% at 4.2 K and 41.3% at RT were observed for this junction after annealing at 275℃ for an hour. The temperature dependence of TMR ratio and resistances from 4.2 to 300 K at 1.0 mV bias and the dc bias voltage dependence of TMR ratio at 4.2 K from 0 to 80 mV can be evaluated by a comparison of self-consistent calculations with the experimental data based on the magnon-assisted inelastic excitation model and theory. An anisotropic wavelength cutoff energy of spin-wave spectrum in magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJs)was suggested, which is necessary for self-consistent calculations, based on a series of lET spectra observed in the MTJs.

  12. Large anomalous Nernst effect in a skyrmion crystal

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    Mizuta, Yo Pierre; Ishii, Fumiyuki

    2016-06-01

    Thermoelectric properties of a model skyrmion crystal were theoretically investigated, and it was found that its large anomalous Hall conductivity, corresponding to large Chern numbers induced by its peculiar spin structure leads to a large transverse thermoelectric voltage through the anomalous Nernst effect. This implies the possibility of finding good thermoelectric materials among skyrmion systems, and thus motivates our quests for them by means of the first-principles calculations as were employed in this study.

  13. Six-loop anomalous dimension of twist-two operators in planar N=4 SYM theory

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    Marboe, Christian; Volin, Dmytro

    2014-01-01

    We compute the general form of the six-loop anomalous dimension of twist-two operators with arbitrary spin in planar N=4 SYM theory. First we find the contribution from the asymptotic Bethe ansatz. Then we reconstruct the wrapping terms from the first 35 even spin values of the full six-loop anomalous dimension computed using the quantum spectral curve approach. The obtained anomalous dimension satisfies all known constraints coming from the BFKL equation, the generalised double-logarithmic equation, and the small spin expansion.

  14. Atomic long-range order effects on Curie temperature and adiabatic spin-wave dynamics in strained Fe-Co alloy films

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    Schönecker, Stephan; Li, Xiaoqing; Johansson, Börje; Vitos, Levente

    2016-08-01

    The strained Fe-Co alloy in body-centered tetragonal (bct) structure has raised considerable interest due to its giant uniaxial magnetocrystalline anisotropy energy. On the basis of the classical Heisenberg Hamiltonian with ab initio interatomic exchange interactions, we perform a theoretical study of fundamental finite temperature magnetic properties of Fe1 -xCox alloy films as a function of three variables: chemical composition 0.3 ≤x ≤0.8 , bct geometry [a ,c (a )] arising from in-plane strain and associated out-of-plane relaxation, and atomic long-range order (ALRO). The Curie temperatures TC(x ,a ) obtained from Monte Carlo simulations display a competition between a pronounced dependence on tetragonality, strong ferromagnetism in the Co-rich alloy, and the beginning instability of ferromagnetic order in the Fe-rich alloy when c /a →√{2 } . Atomic ordering enhances TC and arises mainly due to different distributions of atoms in neighboring coordination shells rather than altering exchange interactions significantly. We investigate the ordering effect on the shape of the adiabatic spin-wave spectrum for selected pairs (x ,a ) . Our results indicate that long-wavelength acoustic spin-wave excitations show dependencies on x , a , and ALRO similar to those of TC. The directional anisotropy of the spin-wave stiffness d (x ,a ) peaks in narrow ranges of composition and tetragonality. ALRO exhibits a strong effect on d for near equiconcentration Fe-Co. We also discuss our findings in the context of employing Fe-Co as perpendicular magnetic recording medium.

  15. Influence of the properties of soft collective spin wave modes on the magnetization reversal in finite arrays of dipolarly coupled magnetic dots

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    Stebliy, Maxim; Ognev, Alexey; Samardak, Alexander; Chebotkevich, Ludmila [School of Natural Sciences, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok 690950 (Russian Federation); Verba, Roman, E-mail: verrv@ukr.net [Institute of Magnetism, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv 03142 (Ukraine); Melkov, Gennadiy [Faculty of Radiophysics, Electronics and Computer Systems, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv 01601 (Ukraine); Tiberkevich, Vasil; Slavin, Andrei [Department of Physics, Oakland University, Rochester, MI 48309 (United States)

    2015-06-15

    Magnetization reversal in finite chains and square arrays of closely packed cylindrical magnetic dots, having vortex ground state in the absence of the external bias field, has been studied experimentally by measuring static hysteresis loops, and also analyzed theoretically. It has been shown that the field B{sub n} of a vortex nucleation in a dot as a function of the finite number N of dots in the array's side may exhibit a monotonic or an oscillatory behavior depending on the array geometry and the direction of the external bias magnetic field. The oscillations in the dependence B{sub n}(N) are shown to be caused by the quantization of the collective soft spin wave mode, which corresponds to the vortex nucleation in a finite array of dots. These oscillations are directly related to the form and symmetry of the dispersion law of the soft SW mode: the oscillation could appear only if the minimum of the soft mode spectrum is not located at any of the symmetric points inside the first Brillouin zone of the array's lattice. Thus, the purely static measurements of the hysteresis loops in finite arrays of coupled magnetic dots can yield important information about the properties of the collective spin wave excitations in these arrays. - Highlights: • Magnetization reversal in finite arrays of vortex state magnetic dots is studied. • The vortex nucleation field could change nonmonotonically with array size. • This behavior is caused by the quantization of the collective soft spin wave mode.

  16. Spin Waves in an Arbitrary Ferromagnetic Nanosystem with a Translational Symmetry. Nanotube with a Round Cross-section. Nanotube with an Elliptic Cross-section

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    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available In the paper, spin waves in an arbitrary translational-symmetry composite nanosystem containing an “easy axis” ferromagnet are studied. For such a system, equation for the magnetic potential in magnetostatic approximation is obtained taking into account the magnetic dipole-dipole interaction, the exchange interactionб and the anisotropy effects. The theory that allows to obtain the dispersion relation and the transverse wavenumber spectrum for a particular system of this type is proposed; dispersion relation for a system with small transverse size is obtained. The dispersion relation and the transverse wavenumber spectrum are written for nanotubes with round and elliptic cross-sections.

  17. Spin and spatial dynamics in electron-impact scattering off S-wave He using R-matrix with Time-Dependence theory

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    Wragg, Jack

    2016-01-01

    R-matrix with time-dependence theory is applied to electron-impact ionisation processes for He in the S-wave model. Cross sections for electron-impact excitation, ionisation and ionisation with excitation for impact energies between 25 and 225 eV are in excellent agreement with benchmark cross sections. Ultra-fast dynamics induced by a scattering event is observed through time-dependent signatures associated with autoionisation from doubly excited states. Further insight into dynamics can be obtained through examination of the spin components of the time-dependent wavefunction.

  18. Spin-wave analysis of the sublattice magnetization of the quadratic double-layer antiferromagnet K3Mn2F7, ch. 3

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    The temperature variation of the sublattice magnetization of the quadratic double-layer antiferromagnet K3Mn2F7 has been determined by measuring the NMR frequency of the 19F nuclei adjacent to the Mn sites in the double-layer. The data have been analyzed in terms of a two-dimensional four-sublattice spin-wave theory with inclusion of temperature-dependent and temperature-independent renormalization as formulated by Oguchi, as well as temperature variation of the k = 0 energy gap, and with exact integration over the Brillouin zone

  19. The Coriolis Interaction between the v2 = 1 and v3 = 2 States of Nitrosyl Bromide: Anomalous Quadrupole Patterns and Interstate Transitions in the Millimeter-Wave Spectrum.

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    Esposti; Fuganti; Kisiel; Tamassia

    1998-10-01

    The millimeter-wave rotational spectra of 79BrNO and 81BrNO in the v2 = 1 and v3 = 2 vibrational states have been reinvestigated. Measurements of the rotational spectrum in the region of maximum c-type Coriolis interaction between the two states allowed the previous analysis to be extended to account for some uncommon effects. For the most perturbed transitions the nuclear quadrupole hyperfine structure arises from coupling of not only the bromine nucleus, but also the nitrogen nucleus with the rotational angular momentum. These effects were satisfactorily fitted with a Hamiltonian describing Coriolis coupling in a molecule with two quadrupolar nuclei. The successful analysis of pure rotational transitions then allowed accurate prediction of rovibrational transitions, six of which were measured for 79BrNO and four for 81BrNO. Copyright 1998 Academic Press.

  20. Matter-Wave Interferometry of a Levitated Thermal Nano-Oscillator Induced and Probed by a Spin

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    Scala, M.; Kim, M. S.; Morley, G. W.; Barker, P. F.; Bose, S.

    2013-11-01

    We show how the interference between spatially separated states of the center of mass (c.m.) of a mesoscopic harmonic oscillator can be evidenced by coupling it to a spin and performing solely spin manipulations and measurements (Ramsey interferometry). We propose to use an optically levitated diamond bead containing a nitrogen-vacancy center spin. The nanoscale size of the bead makes the motional decoherence due to levitation negligible. The form of the spin-motion coupling ensures that the scheme works for thermal states so that moderate feedback cooling suffices. No separate control or observation of the c.m. state is required and thereby one dispenses with cavities, spatially resolved detection, and low-mass-dispersion ensembles. The controllable relative phase in the Ramsey interferometry stems from a gravitational potential difference so that it uniquely evidences coherence between states which involve the whole nanocrystal being in spatially distinct locations.