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New strain states and radical property tuning of metal oxides using a nanocomposite thin film approach
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Auxetic-like strain states were generated in self-assembled nanocomposite
thin films of (Ba0.6Sr0.4TiO3)1−x
(BSTO − SmO). A switch from auxetic-like to elastic-like strain behavior was observed for x > 0.50, when the SmO switched from being nanopillars in the BSTO matrix to being the matrix with BSTO nanopillars embedded in it. A simple model was adopted to explain how in-plane strain varies with x. At high x (0.75), strongly enhanced ferroelectric properties were obtained compared to pure BSTO films. The nanocomposite method represents a powerful new way to tune the properties of a wide range of strongly correlated metal oxides whose properties are very sensitive to strain.
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