Optical properties of LaNiO3 films tuned from compressive to tensile strain

@article{Ardizzone2020OpticalPO,
  title={Optical properties of 
LaNiO3
 films tuned from compressive to tensile strain},
  author={Ivan Ardizzone and Manuel Zingl and J{\'e}r{\'e}mie Teyssier and Hugo U. R. Strand and Oleg E. Peil and Jennifer Fowlie and Alexandru B. Georgescu and Sara Catalano and Nimrod Bachar and Alexey B Kuzmenko and Marta Gibert and J-M. Triscone and Antoine Georges and Dirk van der Marel},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2020}
}
Materials with strong electronic correlations host remarkable---and technologically relevant---phenomena such as magnetism, superconductivity, and metal-insulator transitions. Harnessing and controlling these effects is a major challenge, on which key advances are being made through lattice and strain engineering in thin films and heterostructures, leveraging the complex interplay between electronic and structural degrees of freedom. Here we show that the electronic structure of $\mathrm{La… 
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