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Magnetism and electronic structure of YTiO 3 thin films

High-quality (001)-oriented (pseudo-cubic notation) ferromagnetic YTiO 3 thin films were epitaxially synthesized in a layer-by-layer way by pulsed laser deposition. Structural, magnetic, and electronic properties were characterized by reflection-high-energy-electron-diffraction, X-ray diffraction, v... Full description

Journal Title: Applied Physics Letters 14 September 2015, Vol.107(11)
Main Author: Cao, Yanwei
Other Authors: Shafer, P. , Liu, Xiaoran , Meyers, D. , Kareev, M. , Middey, S. , Freeland, J. W. , Arenholz, E. , Chakhalian, J.
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ID: ISSN: 0003-6951 ; E-ISSN: 1077-3118 ; DOI: 10.1063/1.4931039
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  • Cao, Yanwei
  • Shafer, P.
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  • Meyers, D.
  • Kareev, M.
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  • Freeland, J. W.
  • Arenholz, E.
  • Chakhalian, J.
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description: High-quality (001)-oriented (pseudo-cubic notation) ferromagnetic YTiO 3 thin films were epitaxially synthesized in a layer-by-layer way by pulsed laser deposition. Structural, magnetic, and electronic properties were characterized by reflection-high-energy-electron-diffraction, X-ray diffraction, vibrating sample magnetometry, and element-resolved resonant soft X-ray absorption spectroscopy. To reveal ferromagnetism of the constituent titanium ions, X-ray magnetic circular dichroism spectroscopy was carried out using four detection modes probing complementary spatial scale, which overcomes a challenge of probing ferromagnetic titanium with pure Ti 3+ (3 d 1 ). Our work provides a pathway to distinguish between the roles of titanium and A-site magnetic rare-earth cations in determining the magnetism in rare-earth titanates thin films and heterostructures.
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