Magnetic properties of rare-earth and transition metal based perovskite type high entropy oxides

@article{Witte2020MagneticPO,
  title={Magnetic properties of rare-earth and transition metal based perovskite type high entropy oxides},
  author={Ralf Witte and Abhishek Sarkar and Leonardo Velasco and Robert Kruk and Richard A. Brand and Benedikt Eggert and Katharina Ollefs and Eugen Weschke and Heiko Wende and Horst Hahn},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2020}
}
High entropy oxides (HEO) are a recently introduced class of oxide materials, which are characterized by a large number of elements (i.e. five or more) sharing one lattice site which crystallize in a single phase structure. One complex example of the rather young HEO family are the rare-earth transition metal perovskite high entropy oxides. In this comprehensive study, we provide an overview over the magnetic properties of three perovskite type high entropy oxides. The compounds have a rare… 
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