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T. N. Stanislavchuk,1,* Yazhong Wang,2 Y. Janssen,3 G. L. Carr,4 S.-W. Cheong,2 and A. A. Sirenko1 3 1Department of Physics, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey 07102, USA 4 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers Center for Emergent Materials, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854, USA 5 3Department of Chemistry, Stony(More)
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Spectroscopic signatures of domain walls in hexagonal ErMnO3 Q.-C. Sun,1,* Xiaoxiang Xi,2 X. Wang,3 N. Lee,3,† D. Mazumdar,1 R. J. Smith,2 G. L. Carr,2 S.-W. Cheong,3 and J. L. Musfeldt1 1Department of Chemistry, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996, USA 2Photon Sciences, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York 11973, USA 3Rutgers(More)
M. O. Ramirez,1 A. Kumar,1 S. A. Denev,1 N. J. Podraza,1,2 X. S. Xu,3 R. C. Rai,3 Y. H. Chu,4,5 J. Seidel,4,5 L. W. Martin,4 S.-Y. Yang,4 E. Saiz,4 J. F. Ihlefeld,2,4 S. Lee,6 J. Klug,7,8 S. W. Cheong,6 M. J. Bedzyk,7,8 O. Auciello,8 D. G. Schlom,1 R. Ramesh,4,5 J. Orenstein,5 J. L. Musfeldt,3 and V. Gopalan1 1Department of Materials Science and Engineering(More)
H.-H. Kung, ∗ M. Salehi, 2 I. Boulares, A. F. Kemper, N. Koirala, M. Brahlek, 3 P. Lošťák, C. Uher, R. Merlin, X. Wang, 6 S.-W. Cheong, 6 S. Oh, and G. Blumberg 7, † 4 Department of Physics & Astronomy, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA 5 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, 6 Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA 7(More)
PRL/v92/e237204. 10 U. Staub, V. Scagnoli, A. M. Mulders, K. Katsumata, Z. Honda, H. Grimmer, M. Horisberger, and J. M. Tonnerre, Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics) 71, 214421 (pages 5) (2005), URL http: //link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v71/e214421. 11 N. Jaouen, J.-M. Tonnerre, G. Kapoujian, P. Taunier, J.P. Roux, D. Raoux, and F.(More)
The spectra of far-infrared transmission in Tb3Fe5O12 magnetoelectric single crystals have been studied in the range between 15 and 100 cm−1, in magnetic fields up to 10 T, and for temperatures between 5 and 150 K. We attribute some of the observed infrared-active excitations to electric dipole transitions between ligand-field split states of Tb3+ ions.(More)
P. D. Rogers,1,* Y. J. Choi,2 E. C. Standard,1 T. D. Kang,1 K. H. Ahn,1 A. Dubroka,3 P. Marsik,3 Ch. Wang,3 C. Bernhard,3 S. Park,2,4 S.-W. Cheong,2 M. Kotelyanskii,1,5 and A. A. Sirenko1 1Department of Physics, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey 07102, USA 2Rutgers Center for Emergent Materials and Department of Physics and Astronomy,(More)