Epitaxial Oxide Thin Films II: Volume 401. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129230
  • Book
  • 562 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Our understanding and control of epitaxial oxide heterostructures has progressed along multiple frontiers including magnetic, dielectric, ferroelectric, and superconducting oxide materials. This has resulted in both independent rediscovery and the successful borrowing of ideas from ceramic science, solid-state physics, and semiconductor epitaxy. A new field of materials science has emerged which aims at the use of the intrinsic properties of various oxide materials in single-crystal thin-film form. Exploiting the potential of these materials, however, will only be possible if many fundamental and engineering questions can be answered. This book represents continued progress toward fulfilling that promise. Technical information on epitaxial oxide thin films from industry, academia and government laboratories is presented. Topics include: dielectrics; ferroelectrics; optics; superconductors; magnetics; magnetoresistance.
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David K. Fork Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, Stanford University, California.

Tadashi Shiosaki Kyoto University, Japan.

James S. Speck University of California, Santa Barbara.

Ronald W. Wolf
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