Charge transport in the normal metal/insulator/diffusive ferromagnet/insulator/s-wave superconductor (N/I/DF/I/S) junctions is studied for various situations solving the Usadel equation under the Nazarov's generalized boundary condition. Conductance of the junction is calculated by changing the magnitude of the resistance in DF, Thouless energy in DF, the exchange field in DF, the transparencies of the insulating barriers. We have found a new broad peak around zero voltage as well as zero bias conductance peak splitting and dip splitting.
- Zero bias conductance peak
- Proximity effect