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Real-time Hall-effect detection of current-induced magnetization dynamics in ferrimagnets
AbstractMeasurements of the transverse Hall resistance are widely used to investigate electron transport, magnetization phenomena, and topological quantum states. Owing to the difficulty of probing transient changes of the transverse resistance, the vast majority of Hall effect experiments are carried out in stationary conditions using either dc or ac. Here we present an approach to perform time-resolved measurements of the transient Hall resistance during current-pulse injection withdoi:10.1038/s41467-021-20968-0 pmid:33510163 pmcid:PMC7843968 fatcat:hlkeg5mxknfhvc6zobithux6um