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Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials, ISSN 0304-8853, 04/2008, Volume 320, Issue 7, pp. 1272 - 1281
The present understanding of domain wall motion induced by spin-polarized electric current is assessed by considering a subset of experiments, analytical models, and numerical simulations based... 
Spin-transfer torque | Domain wall dynamics | Ferromagnetic nanowires | Physical Sciences | Materials Science | Technology | Materials Science, Multidisciplinary | Physics, Condensed Matter | Physics | Science & Technology | Analysis | Ferromagnetism | Electric properties
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Physical review. X, ISSN 2160-3308, 02/2015, Volume 5, Issue 1, p. 011010
Control of magnetic domain-wall motion by electric fields has recently attracted scientific attention because of its potential for magnetic logic and memory devices... 
Magnetism | Condensed matter physics | Physics, Multidisciplinary | Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology
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Materials science & engineering. R, Reports : a review journal, ISSN 0927-796X, 09/2011, Volume 72, Issue 9, pp. 159 - 187
The manipulation of a magnetic domain wall (DW) by a spin polarized current in ferromagnetic nanowires has attracted tremendous interest during the last years... 
Spin Torque | Domain Wall | Current-induced domain wall motion | Physical Sciences | Materials Science | Technology | Materials Science, Multidisciplinary | Physics | Science & Technology | Physics, Applied | Ferromagnetism | Electromagnetism | Magnetization | Anisotropy | Nanotechnology | Dynamics | Domain walls | Mathematical models | Nanostructure | Nanowires | Displacement
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Journal of physics. D, Applied physics, ISSN 0022-3727, 02/2017, Volume 50, Issue 12, p. 125003
The coherent unidirectional motion of magnetic domain walls (DWs) is a key technology used in memory and logic device applications, as demonstrated in magnetic... 
chirality | oscillating magnetic field | domain wall motion | domain wall width | Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology | Physics, Applied
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Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 10/2007, Volume 449, Issue 7164, pp. 881 - 884
The motion of domain walls is critical to many applications involving ferroelectric materials, such as fast high-density non-volatile random access memory... 
Science & Technology - Other Topics | Multidisciplinary Sciences | Science & Technology | Molecular dynamics | Nucleation | Research | Ferroelectric crystals | Electric fields | Thin films | Magnetism | Physics | Monte Carlo simulation | Diffusion rate | Monte Carlo methods | Ferroelectricity | Computer simulation | Ferroelectric materials | Domain walls | Barium titanates
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Physical review letters, ISSN 1079-7114, 11/2019, Volume 123, Issue 21, pp. 217201 - 217201
... key. In the context of the motion of magnetic domain walls (DWs), known to suffer from dynamic instabilities with low mobilities, we report unprecedented velocities... 
Physics, Multidisciplinary | Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology | Condensed matter | Domain walls | Magnetic domains | Ferromagnetic materials | Robust stabilization | Nanowires | Topology | Magnons | Index Medicus | Condensed Matter | Materials Science
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Physical review letters, ISSN 1079-7114, 08/2014, Volume 113, Issue 9, pp. 097201 - 097201
Thermally driven domain wall (DW) motion caused solely by magnonic spin currents was forecast theoretically and has been measured recently in a magnetic insulator using magneto-optical Kerr effect microscopy... 
Physics, Multidisciplinary | Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology | Torque | Maximization | Magnetization | Mathematical analysis | Domain walls | Entropy | Electric current | Spintronics
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Physical review letters, ISSN 1079-7114, 09/2019, Volume 123, Issue 12, pp. 1 - 127601
The recently proposed dynamical multiferroic effect describes the generation of magnetization from temporally varying electric polarization. Here, we show that... 
Physics, Multidisciplinary | Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology | Ferroelectric domains | Particle theory | Ferroelectricity | Ferroelectric materials | Domain walls | Electric polarization | Density functional theory | Magnetism | Barium titanates | Magnetic fields | Hypothetical particles | Magnetic measurement | Index Medicus
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Applied physics letters, ISSN 0003-6951, 08/2016, Volume 109, Issue 6, p. 62406
.... The domain walls moved under quasistatic magnetic fields in the range 0.1–10 mT, as evidenced by MFM at remanence at different stages of their motion. 
Physical Sciences | Physics | Science & Technology | Physics, Applied | Nucleation | Domain walls | Magnetic domains | Ferrous alloys | Magnetism | Magnetic alloys | Nanowires | Magnetic fields | Remanence | Physics - Materials Science | Condensed Matter | Materials Science
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