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Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects

Hui Peng

ORCID 0000-0002-1844-3163

Abstract

We establish Universal Mathematical Field Equations (UMFE). Applying UMFE, we re-derive Maxwell equations, which justifies UMFE and shows that the experiments-based Maxwell equations have their mathematical origin; and establish Classical-Spin-Electromagnetics (C-Spin-EM) including Spin-Lorentz-type force and Lagrangian-Lorentz-type force. C-Spin-EM is self-consistence, powerful and fruitful, at classical level, in the perspective of fundamental physics: (1) universally explains and correlates family of Hall effects, zero longitudinal Hall coefficient/resistivity, Extended Rashbe SOC, and GMR/TMR. (2) predicts that Spin-potential coupling directly induce force, which contributes to Aharonov–Bohm effect; (3) provides classical counterparts of Larmor-precession, Stark Effect, Landau–Lifshitz equation, Zeeman effect, and Aharonov–Casher effect; (4) propose that electric field induces spin precession. UMFE shows that mathematical identities lead to physical dualities including duality between Electromagnetics and C-Spin-EM. We postulate a duality between Lagrangian-Lorentz force and Hamiltonian.

Keywords: spin-electromagnetics, spintronics, Rashba effect, anomalous Hall effect, spin Hall effect, topological insulator, GMR/TMR.


CitationPeng, H. (2019). Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects Universe. Open Science Repository Physics, Online(open-access), e45011871. http://doi.org/10.7392/OPENACCESS.45011871

Received: Mar 1, 2019.

Published: Mar 14, 2019

Copyright: © 2019 Peng, H. Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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Peng, H. (2019). Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects. Open Science Repository Physics, Online(open-access), e45011871. http://doi.org/10.7392/OPENACCESS.45011871

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Peng, Hui. “Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects.” Open Science Repository Physics Online.open-access (2019): e45011871.

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Peng, Hui. “Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects.” Open Science Repository Physics. Online, no. open-access (2019): e45011871. doi:10.7392/OPENACCESS.45011871.

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Peng, H. (2019) Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects. Open Science Repository Physics, Online(open-access), p. e45011871. doi: 10.7392/OPENACCESS.45011871.

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1. H. Peng, Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects, Open Sci. Repos. Phys. Online, e45011871 (2019).

Nature

1. Peng, H. Spin-Electromagnetics: Spin-Vector-Potential-Coupling-Induced Force, Correlation between Rashba SOC, GMR/TMR and Family of Hall Effects. Open Sci. Repos. Phys. Online, e45011871 (2019).

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