In a system of a thin ferromagnetic layer sandwiched by non-magnetic metals, the precession of magnetization of the ferromagnetic layer has been shown to generate spin current in the adjacent non-magnetic metals. The spin current arises from the spin-dependent scattering that is originated by the exchange interaction between the magnetic moment and the spin of adjacent normal metal's electron. While the theory was originally studied in magnetic multilayer that consists of a thin ferromagnet sandwiched by non-magnetic materials, to be able to describe a more realistic ferromagnetic layer, we need to study how magnetic moments far from the interface can influence the spin current generation. We use a simple model one dimension ferromagnetic spin chain to show the criteria in which the collective movements of the spin moments can enhance the spin current generation.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering|
|Publication status||Published - 4 Nov 2019|
|Event||3rd Materials Research Society of Indonesia Meeting, MRS-Id 2018 - Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia|
Duration: 31 Jul 2018 → 2 Aug 2018
- spin chain
- spin current
- spin pumping