Inverted orbital polarization in strained correlated oxide films

@article{Rogge2018InvertedOP,
  title={Inverted orbital polarization in strained correlated oxide films},
  author={Paul C. Rogge and Robert Jay Green and Padraic Shafer and G Fabbris and Andi M. Barbour and Benjamin M. Lefler and E. A. Arenholz and M P M Dean and Steven J. May},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2018},
  volume={98},
  pages={201115}
}
  • Paul C. Rogge, Robert Jay Green, +6 authors Steven J. May
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
  • Author(s): Rogge, Paul C; Green, Robert J; Shafer, Padraic; Fabbris, Gilberto; Barbour, Andi M; Lefler, Benjamin M; Arenholz, Elke; Dean, Mark PM; May, Steven J | Abstract: © 2018 American Physical Society. Manipulating the orbital occupation of valence electrons via epitaxial strain in an effort to induce new functional properties requires considerations of how changes in the local bonding environment affect the band structure at the Fermi level. Using synchrotron radiation to measure the x… CONTINUE READING

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