Magnetoelectric vertically aligned nanocomposite of YFeO $_{3}$ and CoFe $_{2}$ O $_{4}$. Kumar, A., Ning, S., Su, T., Cho, E., LeBeau, J. M, & Ross, C. A Adv. Electron. Mater., 8(6):2200036, Wiley, June, 2022.
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Abstract Self-assembled two-phase vertically aligned nanocomposites consisting of ferromagnetic pillars embedded in a ferroelectric matrix provide an attractive geometry for observing magnetoelectric coupling based on the strain-coupled magnetostrictive and piezoelectric effects at the interfaces. In perovskite-spinel nanocomposites the ferroelectric phase typically consists of BiFeO3, BaTiO3 or Pb(Zr,Ti)O3. Here, the ferroelectric phase is Y-rich YFeO3 which exhibits ferroelectricity originating from the local inversion symmetry breaking caused by YFe antisite defects. Coherent interfaces observed between Y-rich YFeO3 and a magnetic spinel CoFe2O4 in a vertically aligned nanocomposite enable strain-mediated magnetoelectric coupling at room temperature, confirming the ferroelectricity and piezoelectricity in Y-rich YFeO3 and extending the range of magnetoelectric nanocomposite compositions.
@ARTICLE{Kumar2022-rm,
  title     = "Magnetoelectric vertically aligned nanocomposite of {YFeO}
               $_{3}$ and {CoFe} $_{2}$ {O} $_{4}$",
  author    = "Kumar, Abinash and Ning, Shuai and Su, Tingyu and Cho, Eunsoo
               and LeBeau, James M and Ross, Caroline A",
  abstract  = "Abstract Self-assembled two-phase vertically aligned
               nanocomposites consisting of ferromagnetic pillars embedded in a
               ferroelectric matrix provide an attractive geometry for
               observing magnetoelectric coupling based on the strain-coupled
               magnetostrictive and piezoelectric effects at the interfaces. In
               perovskite-spinel nanocomposites the ferroelectric phase
               typically consists of BiFeO3, BaTiO3 or Pb(Zr,Ti)O3. Here, the
               ferroelectric phase is Y-rich YFeO3 which exhibits
               ferroelectricity originating from the local inversion symmetry
               breaking caused by YFe antisite defects. Coherent interfaces
               observed between Y-rich YFeO3 and a magnetic spinel CoFe2O4 in a
               vertically aligned nanocomposite enable strain-mediated
               magnetoelectric coupling at room temperature, confirming the
               ferroelectricity and piezoelectricity in Y-rich YFeO3 and
               extending the range of magnetoelectric nanocomposite
               compositions.",
  journal   = "Adv. Electron. Mater.",
  publisher = "Wiley",
  volume    =  8,
  number    =  6,
  pages     = "2200036",
  month     =  jun,
  year      =  2022,
  keywords  = "LeBeau Group",
  copyright = "http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/termsAndConditions\#vor",
  language  = "en",
  issn      = "2199-160X",
  doi       = "10.1002/aelm.202200036"
}

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