Jarrett A. Moyer

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We have combined hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy with angular dependent O K-edge and V L-edge X-ray absorption spectroscopy to study the electronic structure of metallic and insulating end point phases in 4.1 nm thick (14 units cells along the c-axis of VO2) films on TiO2(001) substrates, each displaying an abrupt MIT centered at ~300 K with width <20(More)
Materials that exhibit simultaneous order in their electric and magnetic ground states hold promise for use in next-generation memory devices in which electric fields control magnetism. Such materials are exceedingly rare, however, owing to competing requirements for displacive ferroelectricity and magnetism. Despite the recent identification of several new(More)
Stoichiometric SrVO3 thin films grown by hybrid molecular beam epitaxy are demonstrated, meeting the stringent requirements of an ideal bottom electrode material. They display an order of magnitude lower room temperature resistivity and superior chemical stability, compared to the commonly employed SrRuO3 , as well as atomically smooth surfaces. Excellent(More)
Sr2Ti7O14, a new phase, is synthesized by leveraging the innate chemical and thermo-dynamic instabilities in the SrTiO3-TiO2 system and non-equilibrium growth techniques. The chemical composition, epitaxial relationships, and orientation play roles in the formation of this novel layered phase, which, in turn, possesses unusual charge ordering,(More)
S. Lee, Dr. A. R. Damodaran, Dr. Z. Chen, Prof. L. W. Martin Department of Materials Science and Engineering University of California Berkeley, Berkeley , California 94720 , USA E-mail: lwmartin@berkeley.edu Dr. P. Gorai, N. Ferdous, Prof. E. Ertekin Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Urbana , Illinois(More)
The potential growth modes for epitaxial growth of Fe3O4 on SrTiO3 (001) are investigated through control of the energetics of the pulsed-laser deposition growth process (via substrate temperature and laser fluence). We find that Fe3O4 grows epitaxially in three distinct growth modes: 2D-like, island, and 3D-to-2D, the last of which is characterized by(More)
We report on the magnetic structure and ordering of hexagonal LuFeO_{3} films of variable thickness grown by molecular-beam epitaxy on YSZ (111) and Al_{2}O_{3} (0001) substrates. These crystalline films exhibit long-range structural uniformity dominated by the polar P6_{3}cm phase, which is responsible for the paraelectric to ferroelectric transition that(More)
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