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Ferroelectricity and Ferrimagnetism in Iron-doped BaTiO3



R Maier, J. Cohn, J J. Neumeier, Leonid A. Bendersky


The structural and physical properties of pseudocubic thin-film BaTi1-xFex03 (0.5 less than or equal} x less than or equal} 0.75) grown by pulsed-laser deposition are reported. This material is of interest because the corresponding bulk compounds have hexagonal structure for comparable x, and because the films are both ferroelectric and ferrimagnetic well above room temperature. A substantial increase of the ferroelectric transition temperature relative to that of bulk BaTi03 is attributed to lattice expansion induced by Fe doping. PACS numbers: 77.84.Dy, 77.80.Bh, 68.60.Wm, 68.55.Jk
Applied Physics Letters
No. 17


Ba(Ti, Fe)0<sub>3</sub>, ferroelectric, ferromagnetic, PLD


Maier, R. , Cohn, J. , Neumeier, J. and Bendersky, L. (2001), Ferroelectricity and Ferrimagnetism in Iron-doped BaTiO<sub>3</sub>, Applied Physics Letters (Accessed May 24, 2024)


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Created March 31, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021