skyrmion


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skyrmion

(ˈskɜːmɪɒn)
n
a particle consisting of a magnetic field surrounding a group of atoms
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To overcome the trade-off between current density and the skyrmion velocities, the solution based on the spin Seebeck effect [13, 14] and spin wave [15, 16] (SW) are proposed recent years.
Among them, the most heavily studied phase is Mn-Si which undergoes transitions from helimagnetic to magnetic skyrmion phase near 30 K [3-5].
An intriguing example emerging from asymmetric spin-interactions are skyrmion lattices.
"For a long time, the unique object for research in the field of chiral magnets was the magnetic skyrmion. We now provide a new object for investigation by researchers -- a chiral bobber -- which is characterized by a number of unique properties," says Dr.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists have created, for the first time a three-dimensional skyrmion in a quantum gas.
A rough estimate [7] (see [8] for a general discussion of the quantum corrections of the Skyrmion and further references on the topic) in the context of the H-dibaryon [9, 10] suggests that the VPE strongly reduces the binding energy of multibaryon states.
By creating a particular texture on this added layer, it may be possible to detect differences in the layer's electrical resistance depending on whether a skyrmion is present or not in the adjacent layer.