Epitaxial Oxide Thin Films III: Volume 475

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As a result of the progress towards, and potential realized in electronic and optical device applications, the interest in epitaxial oxide thin films continue to flourish. The understanding of epitaxial oxide heterostructures has progressed, including magnetic, magnetoresistive, dielectric, ferroelectric and superconducting oxide materials. This book focuses on the fundamental issues of oxide epitaxy, microstructural evolution in epitaxy, and physical properties of epitaxial oxide thin films and how these issues relate to device applications. The book provides a vehicle through which groups of scientists working on a set of diverse phenomena could interact and present findings on very common specific themes involving similar materials. Due to the explosive growth of work in the area of colossal magnetoresistive (CMR) materials, especially in epitaxial form, the book also offers a forum to critically examine the fundamental nature of CMR in epitaxial oxide thin films and the relationship between CMR and defect structure. Other areas of emphasis include: ferroelectric memories, nonlinear optical waveguides, microwave electronics and magnetic oxide thin films.

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Highlights the fundamental issues of microstructural evolution in epitaxy and the physical properties of epitaxial oxide thin films, and how they relate to device applications. The 60 papers cover ferroelectric films, high-temperature superconducting films, colossal magneto-resistive and magnetic oxide films, growth and structure, and substrates. Among the invited papers are discussions of oxide epitaxial lift-off, oxide quantum structures for future electrophotonics, and the interplay between electronic transport and magnetic order in ferromagnetic manganite thin films. Reproduced from typescripts. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558993785
  • Publisher: Materials Research Society
  • Publication date: 10/28/1997
  • Series: MRS Proceedings Series
  • Pages: 419
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
Effects of Interfacial States on Asymmetric Polarization Switchings of Epitaxial [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin Films 3
Chemical Solution Deposited BaTiO[subscript 3] and SrTiO[subscript 3] Thin Films with Columnar Microstructure 9
Epitaxial Ferroelectric Aurivillius-Type Phases on Metallic Oxides by Pulsed Laser Deposition 15
MOCVD of Polycrystalline and Epitaxial Complex Oxides by Liquid Delivery 21
The Effects of Substrate Thermal Mismatch on the Domain Structure of MOCVD-Derived Potassium Niobate Thin Films 31
Processing of PbTiO[subscript 3] and [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin Films by Novel Single-Solid-Source Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition 37
Improved Dielectric Response in Strontium Titanate Thin Films Grown by Pulsed Laser Ablation 43
Structural Characterization of [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin Films 49
Defect Generation and Evolution in the Hydrothermal Growth of Epitaxial BaTiO[subscript 3] Thin Films 55
Epitaxial Growth and Optical Properties of Sol-Gel (Pb,La)TiO[subscript 3] Thin Films for Waveguides 61
MOCVD Precursor Delivery Monitored and Controlled Using uv Spectroscopy 69
Mechanism of Oxygenation of YBaCuO Thin Films During In Situ Growth by Catholic Sputtering: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Aspects 77
Epitaxial [actual symbol not reproducible] Heterostructures 85
Microstructural Defects in SrTiO[subscript 3] Bicrystals and Their Influence on [actual symbol not reproducible] Film Growth and Junction Performance 91
Correlations Between [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin-Film Materials Properties and rf Device Performance 99
Transmission-Electron-Microscopy Study of [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin-Film Multilayer Devices 107
Noise and Operational Characteristics of Magnetometers Made From Superconducting-Normal-Superconducting Josephson Junctions 113
Study of Electrical Transport Across Interfaces Between Wide-Gap Semiconductor and Metal Oxides 119
Preparation of the Double-Sided [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin Film by Hot-Wall Type MOCVD 125
Measurement of Strain Associated With Defects in SrTiO[subscript 3] Bicrystals Using Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy 131
New Insights into the Transport and Field-Enhancement Effects in Sol-Gel Derived Colossal Magnetoresistive Thin Films 139
Effects of Lattice Distortion, Polaron Conduction, and Double-Exchange Interaction on the Physical Properties of Magnetoresistive Manganites and Cobaltites 145
Colossal Magnetoresistance in La-Ca-Mn-O 157
Interplay Between Electronic Transport and Magnetic Order in Ferromagnetic Manganite Thin Films 167
Growth and Magnetic Structure of [actual symbol not reproducible] Films 179
Structural Inhomogeneities and Resistivity in Radiation Damaged [actual symbol not reproducible] Pulsed Laser Deposited Thin Films 185
The (001) Surface of Fe[subscript 3]O[subscript 4] Grown Epitaxially on MgO and Characterized by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy 191
Effect of Lattice Strain on Growth Mechanisms and Electrical Transport Behavior of Epitaxial CaRuO[subscript 3] Thin Films 199
The Effects of Strain on the Magnetic Anisotropy of Doped Manganite Thin Films 205
MBE Growth of Iron and Iron Oxide Thin Films on MgO(100) Using NO[subscript 2], NO, and N[subscript 2]O as Oxidizing Agents 211
Structure-Property Relationships in SrRuO[subscript 3] Epitaxial Thin Films 217
Magnetic and Crystalline Microstructure of SrRuO[subscript 3] Thin Films 223
Vacancy Related Defects in [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin Films 229
Characterization of Off-Axis Sputtered [actual symbol not reproducible] Films and [actual symbol not reproducible] Bilayers 235
Magnetoresistive La-Sr-Mn-O Powders and Films by DAAS Technique 241
Giant Ferromagnetic Hall Coefficient in [actual symbol not reproducible] 247
Preparation of Epitaxial and Polycrystalline [actual symbol not reproducible] Films by Dipping-Pyrolysis Process 253
The Effect of Miscut Angle and Miscut Direction of Vicinal (001)SrTiO[subscript 3] Substrates on the Domain Structure of Epitaxial SrRuO[subscript 3] Thin Films 259
Surface Structure and Morphology of Mg-Segregated, Epitaxial Fe[subscript 3]O[subscript 4] Thin Films on MgO(001) 265
Fe[subscript 3]O[subscript 4]/MgO Superlattices Grown on MgO(001) and Fe/MgO(001) by Molecular-Beam Epitaxy 271
Reactive Growth and Properties of Epitaxial Fe-Mg-O Spinel Films on (100)MgO 277
Pulsed Laser Deposition of [actual symbol not reproducible] and [actual symbol not reproducible] Thin Films by Sequential Multilayer Process 283
High-Quality Epitaxial V[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Thin Films: A Material for Infrared Switching Devices? 291
Adsorption-Controlled Growth of Ferroelectric PbTiO[subscript 3] and [actual symbol not reproducible] Films for Nonvolatile Memory Applications by MBE 297
Oxide Quantum Structures for Future Electrophotonics 303
Electronic Doping in Epitaxial [actual symbol not reproducible] Heterostructures Using a Ferroelectric Field Effect 313
Effect of Electron Incidence in Epitaxial Growth of CeO[subscript 2](110) Layers on Si(100) Substrates 321
AFM Observations on the Growth Mechanisms of Epitaxial Perovskite Oxide SrRuO[subscript 3] Thin Films 327
Origin of the (110) Orientation of Y[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] and CeO[subscript 2] Epitaxial Films Grown on (100) Silicon 333
Epitaxial CeO[subscript 2] on Silicon Substrates and the Potential of Si/CeO[subscript 2]/Si for SOI Structures 339
Characteristics of Y[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Films on Si(100) by Ionized Cluster Beam Deposition 345
Role of Ag in the Epitaxial Growth of Oxide Thin Films 351
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