Training the Polarization in Integrated La0.15Bi0.85FeO3‐Based Devices

@article{Mller2021TrainingTP,
  title={Training the Polarization in Integrated La0.15Bi0.85FeO3‐Based Devices},
  author={Marvin A. M{\"u}ller and Yen-Lin Huang and Saül V{\'e}lez and Ramamoorthy Ramesh and Manfred Fiebig and Morgan Trassin},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2021},
  volume={33}
}
The functionalities of BiFeO3‐based magnetoelectric multiferroic heterostructures rely on the controlled manipulation of their ferroelectric domains and of the corresponding net in‐plane polarization, as this aspect guides the voltage‐controlled magnetic switching. Chemical substitution has emerged as a key to push the energy dissipation of the BiFeO3 into the attojoule range but appears to result in a disordered domain configuration. Using non‐invasive optical second‐harmonic generation on… 
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