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2016-12-02

Abstract

We have prepared a single crystal of TiV O which forms a solid solution crystallizing in the rutile structure at high temperatures and undergoes phase separation due to the spinodal decomposition when cooled to room temperature. The spinodally decomposed crystal consists of a self-assembled, mega stack of alternate Ti- and V-rich layers with an approximate period of 33 nm along the axis. The unidirectional microstructure causes a large anisotropy in resistivity and a small one in thermal conductivity. A sharp metal–insulator transition as well as a structural transition to a monoclinic structure is observed in the thin V-rich layers.

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