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Within the field of spintronics major efforts are directed towards developing applications for spin-based transport devices made fully out of two-dimensional materials. In this work we present an experimental realization of a spin-valve device where the generation of the spin signal is...
We perform a polarization-resolved magnetoluminescence study of excitons in ReS2. We observe that two linearly polarized Rydberg series of excitons are accompanied by two other Rydberg series of dark excitons, brightened by an in-plane magnetic field. All series extrapolate to the same...
Phosphorus (P) has been predicted to possess many two-dimensional (2D) allotropes, which have attracted intensive research attention due to their excellent properties and application promises. While only 2D black P films have been successfully obtained by the exfoliation method, fabrication of...
Elemental two-dimensional (2D) crystals have recently emerged as promising materials for advanced electronics and optoelectronics applications. However, it remains challenging to achieve controllable growth of high-quality, ultra-thin flakes of elemental 2D materials. Here, we demonstrate, for...
The conversion of spin currents polarized in different directions into charge currents is a keystone for novel spintronic devices. Van der Waals heterostructures with tailored symmetry are a very appealing platform for such a goal. Here, by performing nonlocal spin precession experiments, we...
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