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  • adj. Exhibiting spin polarization

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  • RHIC is currently the most powerful heavy-ion collider in the world, and while that title will be taken over by CERN's Large Hadron Collider later this year, RHIC will still maintain the lead in accelerating spin-polarized protons.

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  • [AF] – For example, because these oscillators are very agile, flexible, you can tune the frequency by changing the current, the spin-polarized current, and so this can be a generation of very flexible oscillators, very flexible emitters.

    Albert Fert - Interview

  • In spin transfer, you create a magnetization with a current, a spin-polarized current, an electrical current with different numbers of spin-up and spin-down.

    Albert Fert - Interview

  • BEC was a natural thing for atomic physics student at MIT to think about: occupying the office next to Dave Pritchard was Dan Kleppner, co-leader (with Tom Greytak) of one of the major groups attempting to see BEC in spin-polarized hydrogen.

    Eric A. Cornell - Autobiography

  • Kinsey; I also started work on Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) in spin-polarized hydrogen with Dan and Tom Greytak.

    William D. Phillips - Autobiography

  • Grandis makes a non-NAND flash solid state storage technology called spin-transfer torque RAM STT-RAM that stores information via the direction of magnetization in a spin-polarized electron current.

    Forbes.com: News

  • In 2009, spin-polarized protons were collided in RHIC at a record high center-of-mass energy of 500 giga electron volts (GeV).

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The robust design and the high achievable clock rate in the gigahertz range makes such a spin-polarized single electron pump a promising candidate especially also for future spintronic applications.

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  • It thus delivers spin-polarized electrons virtually on demand.

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  • The scientists, from NRL's Materials Science and Technology Division, used a spin-polarized bias current from an iron (Fe) thin film contact and determined the strength of the interaction between spin-polarized electrons in the s, p and d shells.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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