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Controlling Ferromagnetic Easy Axis in a Layered MoS2 Single Crystal
- Controlling Ferromagnetic Easy Axis in a Layered MoS2 Single Crystal
- Han, SW[Han, Sang Wook]; Hwang, YH[Hwang, Young Hun]; Kim, SH[Kim, Seon-Ho]; Yun, WS[Yun, Won Seok]; Lee, JD[Lee, J. D.]; Park, MG[Park, Min Gyu]; Ryu, S[Ryu, Sunmin]; Park, JS[Park, Ju Sang]; Yoo, DH[Yoo, Dae-Hwang]; Yoon, SP[Yoon, Sang-Pil]; Hong, SC[Hong, Soon Cheol]; Kim, KS[Kim, Kwang S.]; Park, YS[Park, Young S.]
- DGIST Authors
- Yun, WS[Yun, Won Seok]; Lee, JD[Lee, J. D.]
- Issue Date
- Physical Review Letters, 110(24)
- Article Type
- Easy Axis; Ferromagnetism; Molybdenum Compounds; Out-of Plane; Room-Temperature; Spintronics Device; Theoretical Modeling; Transport Properties; Weak Ferromagnetism
- We report the effective methods to induce weak ferromagnetism in pristine MoS2 persisting up to room temperature with the improved transport property, which would lead to new spintronics devices. The hydrogenation of MoS2 by heating at 300 C for 1 h leads to the easy axis out of plane, while the irradiation of proton with a dose of 1×1013 P/cm2 leads to the easy axis in plane. The theoretical modeling supports such magnetic easy axes. © 2013 American Physical Society.
- American Physical Society
- Related Researcher
Lee, Jae Dong
Light and Matter Theory Laboratory
Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics; Ultrafast Dynamics and Optics; Nonequilibrium Phenomena
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