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Title: Experimental observation of spontaneous spin polarization of electrons in hybridized states of transition element impurities in semiconductors
Authors: Okulov, V. I.
Govorkova, T. E.
Zhevstovskikh, I. V.
Lonchakov, A. T.
Okulova, K. A.
Pamyatnykh, E. A.
Podgornykh, S. M.
Andriichuk, M. D.
Paranchich, L. D.
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Experimental observation of spontaneous spin polarization of electrons in hybridized states of transition element impurities in semiconductors / V. I. Okulov, T. E. Govorkova, I. V. Zhevstovskikh [et al.] // Low Temperature Physics. — 2013. — Vol. 39. — № 4. — P. 384-388.
Abstract: Experimental evidence of the possible existence of spontaneous spin polarization of the electron system in hybridized states formed by transition element impurity atoms in the conduction band of semiconducting crystals is examined. The details of a quantitative interpretation of experiments on the temperature dependence of the specific heat and elastic moduli of mercury selenide crystals with iron impurities confirm the feasibility of establishing the presence of electron spin polarization in this type of experiment, as well as the possible existence of polarization in the crystals studied here. Theoretical arguments support the observation of a thermodynamic anomalous Hall effect owing to spontaneously polarized donor electrons from low-concentration impurities. © 2013 AIP Publishing LLC.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/26808
SCOPUS ID: 84877083124
WOS ID: 000318242500012
PURE ID: 914713
ISSN: 1063-777X
DOI: 10.1063/1.4801435
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