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Physical properties of complex oxide thin films grown by pulsed laser deposition technique
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FIG. 1.

EDS spectra of LBMO films grown at , by using a laser fluence of 200 mJ (black) and 50 mJ (green line) and a bare MgO substrate (magenta). All the intensities are normalized to the peak (the transition energies are labeled on the spectra). In the case of MgO substrate, the intensity is rescaled by the same factor used for LBMO sample grown at . In the inset, values for a set of four postannealed LBMO films grown at low oxygen pressure and by using a laser energy of 200 mJ (black square), 100 mJ (red circle), 50 mJ (green up-triangle), and 25 mJ (blue down-triangle).

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FIG. 2.

FEG-SEM micrograph of LBMO films grown at different laser pulse energy; (a), 100 mJ (b), and 25 mJ (c).

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FIG. 3.

EDS spectra of LBMO films grown by laser energy of 200mJ, at three ambient oxygen pressure: (black), (cyan), and (magenta); the target-substrate distance was 53 mm.

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FIG. 4.

EDS spectra of LBMO films grown at various target-substrate distances (indicated by the arrows). In the inset, values for the same as-grown LBMO films is also reported; data refers to samples grown with a target-substrate distance of 53 mm (cyan up-triangle), 47 mm (orange circle), and 44 mm (blue square).


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Scitation: Physical properties of La0.7Ba0.3MnO3−δ complex oxide thin films grown by pulsed laser deposition technique