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This quantity of Solid country Physics offers a extensive assessment on contemporary advances within the box of magnetic insulators, starting from new spin results to skinny movie progress and high-frequency purposes. It covers either theoretical and experimental development. the themes contain using magnetic insulators to supply and move spin currents, the excitation of spin waves in magnetic insulators through spin move torque, interaction among the spin and warmth transports in magnetic insulator/normal steel heterostructures, nonlinear spin waves in skinny motion pictures, improvement of top of the range nanometer thick movies, and purposes of magnetic insulators in rf, microwave, and terahertz units, between others. the amount not just provides introductions and tutorials for these simply coming into the sphere, but in addition offers accomplished but well timed summaries to experts within the field.

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0) for the cyan mode is negligibly small. Therefore, upon the application of spin current, the dissipation for the red mode decreases and the cyan mode is not affected (and is very close to its value for kj ¼ 0). For y ¼ À p/2, there is another hybrid MSW surface mode localized at the opposite surface to vacuum (x ¼ Àd). (0) at the top interface is exponentially small, which means the spin-current-induced torque at x ¼ 0 is small and its dissipation (Im o) is only weakly affected by the spin-current injection.

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