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Effects of thickness on the cation segregation in epitaxial (001) and (110) thin films
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10.1063/1.3211130
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(a) Out-of-plane and in-plane lattice parameters and (b) unit cell volume of (001) and (110) LCMO films as a function of the layer thickness. bright field two-beam images of (c) 36 nm and (d) 14 nm thick (110) LCMO films in PV geometry. Insets: on-axis electron diffractions corresponding to the 36 and 14 nm, respectively, (110) films in PV geometry.

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Ca and La and -weighted intensities as a function of normalized distance to interface for several film thicknesses for (a) (001) and (b) (110) LCMO films. Dashed lines indicate the outmost 3.5 nm of each film.

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(a) Representative individual EEL spectra obtained at the STO substrate (left panel) and at the LCMO layer. (b) Mn peak onset as a function of normalized distance to interface in representative (001) and (110) LCMO films.

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O -weighted intensity as a function of normalized distance to interface in representative for (001) and (110) LCMO films.

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Scitation: Effects of thickness on the cation segregation in epitaxial (001) and (110) La2/3Ca1/3MnO3 thin films
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/95/7/10.1063/1.3211130
10.1063/1.3211130
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