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Spinodally synthesized magnetoelectric
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) (a) TEM image of PZT/NFO sample annealed at . The inset shows the diffraction pattern of the as-spun amorphous state of the composite. (b) TEM image of a PZT/NFO sample annealed at , i.e., below the Curie temperature of NFO, in an in-plane magnetic field indicated by the arrow. The inset represents the diffraction pattern of the displayed structure. (c) Same as (b) but annealed in an out-of-plane magnetic field .

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) Standing compositional waves in the PZT/NFO composite. The noise of this compositional analysis does not permit statements about the exact composition of the PZT and NFO regions. However, it can be seen that the concentration of the two groups of elements, Pb, Zr, Ti, and Ni, Fe, forming the PZT and NFO components of the composite is maximized in a periodic fashion. The power Fourier transform displayed at the upper right indicates the existence of two waves. The four maxima indicate their mutual phase shift of .

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) ME characteristic and ME susceptibilities (upper inset) of a PZT/NFO film composite annealed for at in an in-plane magnetic field . red line and stars: ; black line and open circles: . The inset on the lower right indicates the placement of the electrodes


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Scitation: Spinodally synthesized magnetoelectric