Kick-starting supersonic waves in antiferromagnets


A team of researchers led by a group from Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) has demonstrated a new technique to generate magnetic waves in antiferromagnets that propagate through the material at a speed much larger than the speed of sound. These so-called spin waves produce a lot less heat than conventional electric currents, making them promising candidates for future electronic devices with significantly reduced power consumption. Read more


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