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Pressure-induced exchange bias effect in phase-separated CaMn0.9Ru0.1O3
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10.1063/1.4724341
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(a) Hysteresis loops of the FC magnetization of CaMn0.9Ru0.1O3 measured after cooling in H cool = 15 kOe at 10 K under several pressures. Inset shows changes in the slope of high-field magnetization, an indicative of strengthening of AFM phase with pressure. (b) Thermoremanent magnetization curves at various pressures recorded at H = 0 after FC at 15 kOe. (c) Symmetric ZFC (closed symbols) and asymmetric FC (open symbols) hysteresis loops at two different pressures.

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FIG. 2.

(a) Pressure dependence of the saturated magnetization M S of CaMn0.9Ru0.1O3 at 10 K. (b) Pressure dependence of the coercive field H C at 10 K. Solid lines are calculated for both different states: for multi-domain FM clusters (below 5 kbar) and for single-domain FM clusters (above 5 kbar). (c) Pressure dependence of the EB field H E at 10 K. Inset shows a linear fit of H E vs. 1/M S. (d) Pressure dependence of the normalized remanence asymmetry M E/M S at 10 K. Inset shows a linear correlation between M E/M S and H E.

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Scitation: Pressure-induced exchange bias effect in phase-separated CaMn0.9Ru0.1O3
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/111/11/10.1063/1.4724341
10.1063/1.4724341
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