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abbreviation for MASTER OF THE ROLLS.
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Bi is a semimetal with unique physical properties, including long charge carrier mean-free path (~1 micron at room temperature) [27], huge magnetoresistance [24], or quantum confinement effects in nanostructures with dimensions of tens of nanometers [28].
Sedova, "Conductivity, magnetoresistance, and the Hall effect in granular Fe/Si[O.sub.2] films," Physics of the Solid State, vol.
Solin et al., "Geometric manipulation of the high-field linear magnetoresistance in InSb epilayers on GaAs (001)," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
High TMR (tunneling magnetoresistance ratio) motivated the research on multilevel cell (MLC) STT-RAM.
Rouhani, "Exact analytical expression for magnetoresistance using quantum groups," Physics Letters.
The flexible MTJ devices yield significantly enhanced tunneling magnetoresistance of [approximately equal to]300% and improved abruptness of switching, as residual strain in the MTJ structure is released during the transfer process.
The gaint transverse magnetoresistance in a magnetorheological suspension with a conducting carrier.
The anisotropic magnetoresistance (AMR) and the giant magnetoresistance (GMR) effect.
The selections that make up the text cover the fundamentals of magnetoresistance effects, spin current, spin hall effect and inverse spin hall effect, spin pumping, spin conversion at magnetic interfaces, and several other related subjects.
In theory, the larger the air-gap is, the greater the magnetoresistance will be.