Excitation and transport of hot holes in a magnetic tunnel transistor

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Park, B.G.; Ul Haq, E.; Banerjee, T.; Min, B.C.; Lodder, J.C.; Jansen, R.; (2006)
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    arxiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology

Spin-dependent transport of nonequilibrium holes has been investigated using a magnetic tunnel transistor in which a magnetic tunnel junction is combined with a p-type semiconductor. The device can be used for direct hole injection and collection, or in reverse mode in ... View more
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