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Engineering spin propagation across a hybrid organic/inorganic interface using a polar layer

05-Dec-2010 | L. Schulz; L. Nuccio; M. Willis; P. Desai; P. Shakya; T. Kreouzis; V. K. Malik; C. Bernhard; F. L. Pratt; N. A. Morl ..., Nature Materials, 2010

Engineering spin propagation across a hybrid organic/inorganic interface using a polar layer Nature Materials 10, 39 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2912 Authors: L. Schulz, L. Nuccio, M. Willis, P. Desai, P. Shakya, T. Kreouzis, V. K. Malik, C. Bernhard, F. L. Pratt, N. A. Morley, A. Suter, G. J. ...

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Anisotropic mechanical amorphization drives wear in diamond

28-Nov-2010 | Lars Pastewka; Stefan Moser; Peter Gumbsch; Michael Moseler, Nature Materials, 2010

Anisotropic mechanical amorphization drives wear in diamond Nature Materials 10, 34 (2011). doi:10.1038/nmat2902 Authors: Lars Pastewka, Stefan Moser, Peter Gumbsch & Michael Moseler Diamond is the hardest material on Earth. Nevertheless, polishing diamond is possible with a process that ...

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More than just room temperature

23-Nov-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

More than just room temperature Nature Materials 9, 951 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2918 Diluted magnetic semiconductors and oxides are interesting for fundamental science and applications even without room-temperature ferromagnetism.

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A window on the future of spintronics

23-Nov-2010 | Hideo Ohno, Nature Materials, 2010

A window on the future of spintronics Nature Materials 9, 952 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2913 Author: Hideo Ohno Despite low transition temperatures, ferromagnetism in diluted magnetic semiconductors has been essential in exploring new ideas and concepts in spintronics, some of which have ...

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Is it really intrinsic ferromagnetism?

23-Nov-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Is it really intrinsic ferromagnetism? Nature Materials 9, 956 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2905 Scott Chambers has worked on epitaxial oxide films for the past eighteen years. Nature Materials asked him about his view on high-temperature ferromagnetism in diluted magnetic oxides.

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Our choice from the recent literature

23-Nov-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Our choice from the recent literature Nature Materials 9, 958 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2917

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Biomineralization: A crystal-clear view

23-Nov-2010 | Helmut Cölfen, Nature Materials, 2010

Biomineralization: A crystal-clear view Nature Materials 9, 960 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2911 Author: Helmut Cölfen The mechanisms of biomineralization remain hotly debated. Now high-resolution microscopy yields unsurpassed insight into mechanisms relevant both to the biomineralization of ...

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Correlated electron systems: Reaching for the stars

23-Nov-2010 | Leon Balents; Zhi-Xun Shen, Nature Materials, 2010

Correlated electron systems: Reaching for the stars Nature Materials 9, 963 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2907 Authors: Leon Balents & Zhi-Xun Shen The latest advances in our understanding of correlated electron systems have implications that range from fundamental physics such as string ...

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Material witness: Fractal standstill

23-Nov-2010 | Philip Ball, Nature Materials, 2010

Material witness: Fractal standstill Nature Materials 9, 964 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2910 Author: Philip Ball

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A ten-year perspective on dilute magnetic semiconductors and oxides

23-Nov-2010 | Tomasz Dietl, Nature Materials, 2010

In 2000, a seminal study predicted ferromagnetism above room temperature in diluted magnetic semiconductors and oxides, fuelling tremendous research activity that has lasted for a decade. Tomasz Dietl reviews the progress in understanding these materials over the past ten years, with a view to ...

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