Functional oxide interfaces

  Functional perovskite oxides are recognized for their stunningly rich physics and for their potential as next-generation electronic materials. Their properties include high Tc superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance, record-high dielectric/ferroelectric/piezoelectric performances, multiferroic behavior, resistive switching behavior, giant thermoelectric and magnetocaloric effects,…

 

Functional perovskite oxides are recognized for their stunningly rich physics and for their potential as next-generation electronic materials. Their properties include high Tc superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance, record-high dielectric/ferroelectric/piezoelectric performances, multiferroic behavior, resistive switching behavior, giant thermoelectric and magnetocaloric effects, giant ionic conduction, and catalytic behavior. Due to their intrinsic chemical and crystal similarities, functional oxides can be stacked in multilayer heterostructures exhibiting an astonishing degree of epitaxial perfection. Such artificial systems not only allow one to combine in a single device the functionalities of their individual layers, but often reveal an even wider range of emergent novel properties that can be surprisingly different from those of the single building blocks. The goal of this issue of MRS Bulletin is to present the state of the art of oxide interfaces in inscience and technology. Here we provide an introduction to their properties, serving as a base for the following topical articles.Key Words: oxide; thin film; electronic material; epitaxyFootnotes*

We are assuming here that the overall layer charge equals the sum of the ionic valences, a drastic approximation that allows a fairly truthful description of the electrostatics of this system.

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@article{MRS:9125042,author = {Granozio,Fabio Miletto and Koster,Gertjan and Rijnders,Guus},title = {Functional oxide interfaces},journal = {MRS Bulletin},volume = {38},issue = {12},month = {12},year = {2013},issn = {1938-1425},pages = {1017—1023},numpages = {7},doi = {10.1557/mrs.2013.282},URL = {http://journals.cambridge.org/article_S0883769413002820},}
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Functional oxide interfaces

Fabio Miletto Granozio,
Gertjan Koster
and Guus Rijnders
December 2013 MRS Bulletin,

,Volume38,

Issue12,

December 2013 pp 1017-1023

http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0883769413002820

Fabio Miletto Granozio,
Gertjan Koster
and Guus Rijnders
(2013).
Functional oxide interfaces .
MRS Bulletin,

38,

pp 1017-1023.
doi:10.1557/mrs.2013.282.