Nanoscale crystal imperfection-induced characterization changes of manganite nanolayers with various crystallographic textures

@inproceedings{Liang2013NanoscaleCI,
  title={Nanoscale crystal imperfection-induced characterization changes of manganite nanolayers with various crystallographic textures},
  author={Yinghua Liang and Hua Ke Zhong and Wen-Kai Liao},
  booktitle={Nanoscale research letters},
  year={2013}
}
(La,Sr)MnO3 (LSMO) nanolayers with various crystallographic textures were grown on the sapphire substrate with and without In2O3 epitaxial buffering. The LSMO nanolayer with In2O3 epitaxial buffering has a (110) preferred orientation. However, the nanolayer without buffering shows a highly (100)-oriented texture. Detailed microstructure analyses show that the LSMO nanolayer with In2O3 epitaxial buffering has a high degree of nanoscale disordered regions (such as subgrain boundaries and… CONTINUE READING
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