Multi-ferroic magnetoelectrics

@article{Schmid1994MultiferroicM,
  title={Multi-ferroic magnetoelectrics},
  author={Hans Schmid},
  journal={Ferroelectrics},
  year={1994},
  volume={162},
  pages={317-338}
}
  • H. Schmid
  • Published 1994
  • Materials Science
  • Ferroelectrics
Abstract Domain aspects of multi-ferroics are reviewed, i.e. of materials, in which two or all three of the properties ‘ferroelectricity.’ ‘ferromagnetism’ and ‘ferroelasticity’ occur simultaneously in the same phase, and in which the magnetic point group has been reliably established by magnetoelectric, optical, dielectric, magnetic and related studies on single crystals and single domains. Nearly only members of the boracite crystal family are concerned, whereas for the perovskite family and… 
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