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1. (used with a sing. verb) The science that deals with spintronic phenomena.
2. (used with a pl. verb) Spintronic devices and systems: The spintronics in the new computer are very advanced.

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Sabine Richert is conducting fundamental research in the field of molecular spintronics, a new branch in nanoelectronics.
The emerging field of spintronics looks to replace electric currents with what are known as spin currents.
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This property has been predicted to support an extraordinarily long spin lifetime of carriers promising for spintronics applications.
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Magnetic molecules also bring advantages such as solubility and crystallinity to the field, and have allowed new properties to be discovered that are important to their application in new 21stcentury technologies such as quantum computing and spintronics.
Graphene materials have long spin relaxation time and length due to the small spin-orbit coupling, so graphene is most likely used for the spintronics applications.
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Researchers worldwide are working to develop so-called "spintronics," which simultaneously could make computers faster and more powerful.
Researchers worldwide are working to develop so-called spintronics, which could make computers simultaneously faster and more powerful.