Magnetization-polarization cross-control near room temperature in hexaferrite single crystals

@article{Kocsis2019MagnetizationpolarizationCN,
  title={Magnetization-polarization cross-control near room temperature in hexaferrite single crystals},
  author={Vilmos Kocsis and Takashi Nakajima and M Matsuda and Akiko Kikkawa and Yoshio Kaneko and J. Takashima and Kazuhisa Kakurai and Taka-hisa Arima and Fumitaka Kagawa and Yusuke Tokunaga and Yoshinori Tokura and Yasujiro Taguchi},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2019},
  volume={10}
}
Mutual control of the electricity and magnetism in terms of magnetic (H) and electric (E) fields, the magnetoelectric (ME) effect, offers versatile low power consumption alternatives to current data storage, logic gate, and spintronic devices. Despite its importance, E-field control over magnetization (M) with significant magnitude was observed only at low temperatures. Here we have successfully stabilized a simultaneously ferrimagnetic and ferroelectric phase in a Y-type hexaferrite single… Expand
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