# Metal-insulator transition and anomalous lattice parameters changes in Ru-doped VO2

@article{Gui2022MetalinsulatorTA,
title={Metal-insulator transition and anomalous lattice parameters changes in Ru-doped
VO2},
author={Xin Gui and Robert J. Cava},
journal={Physical Review Materials},
year={2022}
}
• Published 26 March 2022
• Physics
• Physical Review Materials
VO 2 , of interest for decades due to both its phenomenology and its potential applications, has a monoclinic distortion of the rutile crystal structure at ambient temperature that is coupled to its metal-insulator transition (MIT). In contrast, RuO 2 has three electrons more per formula unit, is a metallic conductor, and has an undistorted rutile structure. Here we report a systematic study of Ru-doped VO 2 (V 1-x Ru x O 2 , 0.01 ≤ x ≤ 0.9); generally characterizing its crystal structure…

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