Engineering of Ferroic Orders in Thin Films by Anionic Substitution

@article{GarciaCastro2021EngineeringOF,
  title={Engineering of Ferroic Orders in Thin Films by Anionic Substitution},
  author={A C Garcia-Castro and Yanjun Ma and Zachary Romestan and Eric Bousquet and Cheng Cen and Aldo H. Romero},
  journal={Advanced Functional Materials},
  year={2021}
}
Multiferroics are a unique class of materials where magnetic and ferroelectric orders coexist. The research on multiferroics contributes significantly to the fundamental understanding of the strong correlations between different material degrees of freedom and provides an energy-efficient route toward the electrical control of magnetism. While multiple ABO3 oxide perovskites have been identified as being multiferroic, their magnetoelectric coupling strength is often weak, necessitating the… Expand

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