Publication
Title
Correlation of microstructure and magnetotransport properties of epitaxially grown La-Ca-Mn- thin films
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Abstract
We have investigated epitaxially grown single-crystalline Ca-doped LaMnO3 thin films using the pulsed laser deposition technique in a case study aimed to explore the possibilities buried in epitaxial stress tailoring in order to control the transport properties of CMR materials beyond the limits set by equilibrium thermodynamics. Depending on the film thickness there is an abrupt transition from pseudomorphic to epitaxial granular growth observable which is related to the epitaxial strain of the films. This is associated with microscopic stress relaxation and leads to well controllable modifications of the atomic arrangements of the Mn-O sublattice in the films. Due to the interrelation of double exchange, spin-, charge- and orbital ordering and the Jahn-Teller effect mediated coupling of the electronic system to the crystal lattice, the magnetotransport properties of the firms can be modified in a controllable way.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Physica status solidi: B: basic research. - Berlin
Source (book)
International Conference on Solid State Spectroscopy - (ICSSS), SEP 05-07, 1999, SCHWABISCH-GMUND, GERMANY
Publication
Berlin : 1999
ISSN
0370-1972
Volume/pages
215:1(1999), p. 679-683
ISI
000082487800110
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UAntwerpen
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Last edited 05.11.2017
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