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Dynamical picture of spin Hall effect based on quantum spin vorticity theory
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It is proposed that the dynamical picture of the spin Hall effect can be explained as the generation of the spin vorticity by the applied electric field on the basis of the “quantum spin vorticity theory”, which describes the equation of motion of local spin and the vorticity of spin in the framework of quantum field theory. Similarly, it is proposed that the dynamical picture of the inverse spin Hall effect can be explained as the acceleration of the electron by the rotation of the spin torque density as driving force accompanying the generation of the spin vorticity. These explanations may help us to understand spin phenomena in condensed matter and molecular systems from a unified viewpoint.
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