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Physical review B
Electrical resistivities can be different for charge currents travelling parallel or perpendicular to the magnetization in magnetically ordered conductors or semiconductors, resulting in the well-known planar Hall effect and anisotropic magnetoresistance. Here, we study the analogous anisotropic magnetotransport behavior for magnons in a magnetic insulator Y_3Fe_5O_12. Electrical and thermal magnon injection, and electrical detection methods are used at room temperature with transverse anddoi:10.1103/physrevb.95.140402 fatcat:7f3qbea3sjgsdc2fcepcqixchm