Electric field control of ferromagnetism using multi-ferroics: the bismuth ferrite story.

@article{Ramsh2014ElectricFC,
  title={Electric field control of ferromagnetism using multi-ferroics: the bismuth ferrite story.},
  author={R. Ram{\'e}sh},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={372 2009},
  pages={20120437}
}
Since the re-emergence of multi-ferroics and magnetoelectrics almost a decade ago, bismuth ferrite has been among the most heavily studied model system. It is a multi-ferroic with robust ferroelectricity and antiferromagnetism, in conjunction with weak ferromagnetism arising primarily from spin-orbit coupling effects. This material system has generated a significant amount of discussion in the community, because many of the physical properties measured in thin films are different from the bulk… CONTINUE READING

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