Current Mapping of Amorphous LaAlO3/SrTiO3 near the Metal–Insulator Transition

@article{Bjrlig2022CurrentMO,
  title={Current Mapping of Amorphous LaAlO3/SrTiO3 near the Metal–Insulator Transition},
  author={Anders Valdemar Bj{\o}rlig and Dennis Valbj{\o}rn Christensen and Ricci Erlandsen and N. H. Pryds and Beena Kalisky},
  journal={ACS Applied Electronic Materials},
  year={2022}
}
The two-dimensional electron system found between LaAlO 3 and SrTiO 3 hosts a variety of physical phenomena that can be tuned through external stimuli. This allows for electronic devices controlling magnetism, spin-orbit coupling, and superconductivity. Controlling the electron density by varying donor concentrations and using electrostatic gating are convenient handles to modify the electronic properties, but the impact on the microscopic scale, particularly of the former, remains… 

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