# Mott insulator-to-metal transition in yttrium-doped CaIrO₃.

@article{Gunasekera2015MottIT,
title={Mott insulator-to-metal transition in yttrium-doped CaIrO₃.},
author={Jagath Gunasekera and Yeng-Long Chen and Jesse Kremenak and P F Miceli and D. K. Singh},
journal={Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal},
year={2015},
volume={27 5},
pages={
052201
}
}
• J. Gunasekera, +2 authors D. K. Singh
• Published 2 May 2014
• Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Materials Science
• Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal
We report on the study of insulator-to-metal transition in post-perovskite compound CaIrO3. It is discovered that a gradual chemical substitution of calcium by yttrium leads to the onset of strong metallic behavior in this compound. This observation is in stark contrast to BaIrO3, which preserves its Mott insulating behavior despite excess of the charge carriers due to yttrium doping. Magnetic measurements reveal that both compounds tend to exhibit magnetic character irrespective of the…
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