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Multiferroic properties of epitaxially stabilized hexagonal thin films
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FIG. 1.

XRD scans of the films on (a) and (b) YSZ(111) substrates. The inset in (a) shows a rocking curve, which was recorded around the peak. scans of the peaks for epitaxial hexagonal films on (c) and (d) YSZ(111) substrates.

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FIG. 2.

Polarization vs electric field hysteresis loops of the hexagonal films measured at (a) 25 and (b) . Dielectric constant vs electric field curves are shown in the upper left insets. The vs electric field plots are given in the lower right insets.

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FIG. 3.

Contour map of the remnant polarization values as a function of temperature and maximum applied electric field. The dashed line shows a boundary between the ferroelectric and antiferroelectriclike regions determined from the number of inflection points in the vs electric field plots.

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FIG. 4.

(a) Temperature-dependent magnetization curves measured with a magnetic field along the axis after ZFC and FC. (b) Temperature-dependent magnetization curves with a magnetic field applied along the substrate. As shown in the inset, the magnetization curve indicates two anomalies around 40 and , respectively. (c) Magnetic-field-dependent magnetization curves at 4.2, 50, and . The inset shows an enlarged picture of the low-field data taken at with a clear hysteresis.


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Scitation: Multiferroic properties of epitaxially stabilized hexagonal DyMnO3 thin films