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000147584 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1209/epl/i2003-10273-1
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000147584 02470 $$2ISI$$a000223424900016
000147584 037__ $$aARTICLE
000147584 245__ $$aSpin-dependent magnetoresistance in multiwall carbon nanotubes
000147584 260__ $$bEDP Sciences$$c2004
000147584 269__ $$a2004
000147584 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000147584 520__ $$aThe spin-dependent transport in multiwall carbon nanotubes, obtained by chemical vapour deposition in porous alumina membranes, has been investigated. The zero-bias anomaly is shown to follow the typical power law GT(-alpha) (eV/kT). In the nanotubes contacted with Ni pads, the magnetoresistance due to the spin-polarised current (SD-MR) is destroyed. In the case of those contacted with Co pads, however, the SD-MR is observed. These measurements show that both the observation of a typical scaling law of the conductance (for nanotubes tip to 1.5 mum) and a short spin diffusion length (less than 0.15 mum with nickel contacts and 0.7 mum with cobalt contacts) coexist through the nanotube. This observation may be interpreted in terms of a reminiscence of the Luttinger-liquid behaviour with spin-charge separation.
000147584 6531_ $$aLuttinger-Liquid Behavior
000147584 6531_ $$aTransport
000147584 6531_ $$aInjection
000147584 6531_ $$aJunctions
000147584 6531_ $$aWall
000147584 6531_ $$aElectrodes
000147584 700__ $$aKlinke, C.
000147584 700__ $$aBonard, J. M.
000147584 700__ $$0240755$$aGravier, L.$$g139037
000147584 700__ $$aWegrowe, J. E.
000147584 700__ $$aHoffer, X.
000147584 773__ $$j67$$q103-109$$tEurophysics Letters
000147584 909C0 $$0252254$$pLPMN$$xU10149
000147584 909CO $$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:147584$$pSB$$particle
000147584 937__ $$aEPFL-ARTICLE-147584
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