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|Title:||Parasitic phases at the origin of magnetic moment in BiFeO3 thin films grown by low deposition rate RF sputtering|
|Author:||Mori, T. J. A.|
Mouls, C. L.
Morgado, F. F.
Cezar, J. C.
|Abstract:||A series of epitaxial BiFeO3 thin films has been grown under high partial pressure in a pure O-2 atmosphere, which leads to a low deposition rate. The samples grown under these conditions have presented an evolution of the quality of the epitaxy as the deposition temperature increases, however, spurious beta-Bi2O3 and supertetragonal BiFeO3 phases are present in the films grown at higher temperatures. The presence of gamma-Fe2O3 is reported in one growing condition, and has been attributed to the origin of hysteretic ferromagnetic behavior. A second kind of magnetism, with higher magnetic moment and anhysteretic behaviour, is attributed to the presence of mixed phases of BiFeO3.|
|Subject:||Compostos de bismuto|
|Appears in Collections:||IFGW - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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