Hexagonal rare-earth manganites as promising photovoltaics and light polarizers

@article{Huang2015HexagonalRM,
  title={Hexagonal rare-earth manganites as promising photovoltaics and light polarizers},
  author={X. Huang and T. Paudel and S. Dong and E. Tsymbal},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2015},
  volume={92},
  pages={125201}
}
  • X. Huang, T. Paudel, +1 author E. Tsymbal
  • Published 2015
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • Physical Review B
  • Ferroelectric materials possess a spontaneous electric polarization and may be utilized in various technological applications ranging from nonvolatile memories to solar cells and light polarizers. Recently, hexagonal rareearth manganites, h-RMnO3 (R is a rare-earth ion), have attracted considerable interest due to their intricate multiferroic properties and improper ferroelectricity characterized by a sizable remnant polarization and high Curie temperature. Here we demonstrate that these… CONTINUE READING
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