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Strong room temperature magnetism in highly resistive strained thin films of
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FIG. 1.

(a) X-ray diffraction spectra ( scan) of BFMO film of 30 nm thickness. Inset shows finite-thickness oscillation in the vicinity of the (001) reflection. (b) -scan of the (110) reflection of the BFMO film (top panel) and the (110) STO substrate (bottom panel). (c) RSM close to the (103) reflections of BFMO and (103) reflection of STO.

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FIG. 2.

(a) HAADF image of interface between BFMO and STO. The uniform contrast indicates a homogeneous film composition to 5 nm lateral resolution. No nanoscale parasitic phases are present. (b) HRTEM image. Insets show sharp Fourier transformation points indicating tetragonal symmetry (upper) and the lattice parameters of 3.93 Å in-plane and 4.03 Å out-of-plane (lower).

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FIG. 3.

Magnetic hysteresis curves in the range of at room temperature with the field applied in-plane (solid square) and out-of-plane (open square) for a pure BFMO film. Insets: Normalized in-plane curve. The solid line is a fit using the spin Brillouin function (top left). Temperature dependence of coercive field (bottom right).


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Scitation: Strong room temperature magnetism in highly resistive strained thin films of BiFe0.5Mn0.5O3