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VOLUME 106 | ISSUE 1 | PAGE 58
The superconducting spin-valve and triplet superconductivity
Recent experimental results on the superconducting spin-valve effect and generation of the long-range triplet superconductivity in a F1/F2/S structure are reviewed (here F1 and F2 are uncoupled ferromagnetic layers, and S is the superconducting layer). The main results are the following: (i) the maximum of the magnitude of the superconducting spin-valve effect increases with decreasing the exchange field h in the ferromagnetic layer; (ii) a full switching between the normal and superconducting states may be realized with the aid of the triplet contribution to the spin-valve effect.