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We report the results of a comprehensive study on dc magnetization, ac susceptibility, and the magnetotransport properties of the La(1 - x)Sr(x)CoO₃(0 ≤ x ≤ 0.5) system. At higher Sr doping (x ≥ 0.18), the system exhibits Brillouin-like field cooled magnetization (M(FC)). However, for x < 0.18, the system exhibits a kink in the M(FC), a peak at the(More)
Investigations of different superconducting (S)/ferromagnetic (F) heterostructures grown by pulsed laser deposition reveal that the activation energy (U) for the vortex motion in a high T(c) superconductor is reduced remarkably by the presence of F layers. The U exhibits a logarithmic dependence on the applied magnetic field in the S/F bilayers suggesting(More)
It is a tough task to distinguish a short-range ferromagnetically correlated cluster-glass phase from a canonical spin-glass-like phase in many magnetic oxide systems using conventional magnetometry measurements. As a case study, we investigate the magnetic ground state of La0.85Sr0.15CoO3, which is often debated based on phase separation issues. We report(More)
Higher power levels can be obtained from utilizing lower voltage levels which was the theory proposed over thirty years ago. Conversion of DC to AC having desired output voltage and frequency can be obtained from two types of inverters which are single level and multilevel inverter (MLI). Amongst all MLI topologies, Cascaded H-Bridge type is taken into(More)
We report experimental evidence for a huge pair breaking effect induced by spin polarized quasiparticles in a YBa(2)Cu(3)O(7-δ)/La(0.5)Sr(0.5)CoO(3) bi-layer fabricated by pulsed laser deposition. The temperature dependent magnetization measurements show evidence for the presence of both ferromagnetic and diamagnetic phases in the bi-layer. The current(More)
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