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We demonstrate the growth of high quality single phase films of VO(A, B, and M) on SrTiO substrate by controlling the vanadium arrival rate (laser frequency) and oxidation of the V atoms. A phase diagram has been developed (oxygen pressure versus laser frequency) for various phases of VO and their electronic properties are investigated. VO(A) phase is insulating VO(B) phase is semi-metallic, and VO(M) phase exhibits a metal-insulator transition, corroborated by photo-electron spectroscopic studies. The ability to control the growth of various polymorphs opens up the possibility for novel (hetero)structures promising new device functionalities.


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