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Light Detection Across Broad Range Improved With Spin

News   Oct 30, 2019 | Original story from the University of Wyoming.

 
Light Detection Across Broad Range Improved With Spin

From left, Subash Kattel, a University of Wyoming graduate research assistant, and Bill Rice, a UW assistant professor of physics and astronomy, use a combination of tunable, wavelength lasers and variable magnetic fields to show how spin-current-based devices can be used to measure light across a broad spectrum of wavelengths. Credit: Joshua Walker.

 
 
 

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