Chemical-Pressure Tailoring of Low-Field, Room-Temperature Magnetoresistance in (Ca, Sr, Ba)Fe₀.₅Mo₀.₅O₃
Chemical pressure effects of low-field intergrain magnetoresistance (IMR) in (Ca,Sr,Ba)Fe0.5M00.5O3 were studied by doping either Ba or Ca into the Sr site (IMR) was found to be highly tunable. The Curie temperature and magnetic softness were changed due to the chemical pressure exerted by the dopant. The room temperature IMR was reported to be 3.5% in 100 Oe at optimal doping.
B. Kim et al., "Chemical-Pressure Tailoring of Low-Field, Room-Temperature Magnetoresistance in (Ca, Sr, Ba)Fe₀.₅Mo₀.₅O₃," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 79, no. 3, pp. 388-390, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Jul 2001.
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Keywords and Phrases
Coercive Force; Colossal Magnetoresistance; Doping (Additives); Magnetic Hysteresis; Magnetic Storage; Metal Insulator Transition; Metallic Superlattices; Perovskite; Phase Diagrams; Quantum Interference Devices; Chemical Pressure; Polycrystalline Materials
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01 Jul 2001