Vector control of Spin-Orbit interaction has been suspended in InAs Nanowires


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Semiconductor nanos is a powerful spin-orbital interaction (SOI), a promising platform with a wide range of novel technologies such as spintronic applications or topological quantum computation. However, SOI vectors experimental studies of nature and orientation of this wire are restricted, even though the most important. Typical devices are distinguished in the upper part of the substrate placed on nanowires that replaces the SOI vector and deteriorates the system's essential symmetries. In this part we are experimenting with experimental results on the nanorization of the stored in which the symmetry of the wire is fully stored and clearly seen in the measurement of transport. Using a vector magnet, weak intracellular (WAL) is a devastating evolution in all 3D space and both spin orbits LᲘᲡᲔ And the length of consent Lφ Magnetic field magnitude and direction function is determined. Study of WAL signal angle mapping shows that the average SOI in the nanowire is isotropic and our conclusions correspond to the WAL Semisclassic Quasi-1D model that corresponds to the geometric limitations of nanostructures. Moreover, by using the gates of the appropriate side, I mean an external electric field proposed for the introduction of an additional vector spin-orbit component whose power may be controlled by external control. These results give considerable indications about the inner nature of the suspended nanor and can be of interest in the spintronics field as well as manipulation of hybrid semiconductor countries.