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Magnetothermopower and magnon-assisted transport in ferromagnetic tunnel junctions
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14.For a flat, clean barrier of area A, where the parallel component of momentum is conserved upon tunneling, we consider the tunneling matrix element to have the form which gives where is the perpendicular component of velocity on the left- (right-hand) side, L is the length of an electrode, t is the barrier transparency, and is the area of the maximal cross section of the Fermi surface of majority electrons in the plane parallel to the interface.
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