The reason for the synchronous spin motion is a carefully engineered spin-orbit interaction, a physical mechanism that couples the spin with the motion of the electron.
What does SO-LAPW stand for?
SO-LAPW stands for Spin-Orbit (coupling) Linearized Augmented Plane Wave
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Some 120 papers look at spin polarized transport; spin dynamics, spin waves, and spin-wave resonance; spin reorientation phase transitions; spin-orbit and exchange interactions, magnetic anisotropy, and magneto-restriction; dynamics of domain structures and domain walls; magnetic nanostructure and films; magnetism and nanomaterials; low-dimensional magnetism; the magnetism of strongly correlated systems; magneto-transport and magneto-optics.
These spin-orbit qubits combine the best of both worlds.
The Pt 4f core level spectrum could be decomposed in to a two spin-orbit pair (spin-orbit splitting 3.
It is well-known that Sommerfeld's result was fortuitous as the effect of spin-orbit coupling was ignored in his model.
The split-off valence sub-band at [GAMMA] due to spin-orbit coupling and the non-parabolicity factor of the conduction [GAMMA] sub-band are neglected.
In materials where the spin-orbit interaction is strong, a spin-up electron will be deflected in one direction on encountering a nuclear magnetic field, while a spin-down nucleus will be deflected in the opposite direction - an effect dubbed the quantum spin Hall effect.
The second edition has been extensively updated and expanded with 200 pages of new material, which includes the addition of a new chapter on the spin-orbit coupling in semiconductor heterostructures and considerable expansion of the chapters dealing with trapped atomic gases, density functional calculations, current response to an electromagnetic field, and the Brueckner-Hartree-Fock and Monte Carlo approaches.