Magnetic Properties of Doped Si<B,Ni> Whiskers for Spintronics

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Study the magnetic properties of Si<B,Ni> whiskers, the concentration of which corresponds to a dielectric and metal side of metal-insulator transition, is performed. Percolation laws of the magnetic clusters formation, that is important for development of spintronic devices, are considered.

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A. Druzhinin et al., "Magnetic Properties of Doped Si<B,Ni> Whiskers for Spintronics", Journal of Nano Research, Vol. 39, pp. 43-54, 2016

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