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Integrated Multiferroic Heterostructures and applications

  • ID: 4398450
  • Book
  • March 2019
  • 264 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Written by well–known experts in the field, this first systematic overview of multiferroic heterostructures summarizes the latest developments, first presenting the fundamental mechanisms, including multiferroic materials synthesis, structures and mechanisms, before going on to look at device applications.

The resulting text offers insight and understanding for scientists and students new to this area.

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1. Introduction to multiferroics and its application

2. Multiferroics Materials

1) Single phase multiferroic

2) Multiferroic composites/


a) Oxides multiferroic Heterostructures

b) Metallic/ferroelectric multiferroics heterostructures

3) Synthesis of multiferroic material

a) Bulk multiferroic material

b) Thin film multiferroic material

c) Nanostructure multiferroic material

3. Mechanisms of multiferroic material

1) Strain/stress induced ME coupling

2) EM–spin wave coupling

3) Interfacial charge induced ME coupling

4) BFO system

5) Spiral spin order control RMnO3

6) Other novel interfacial ME coupling effects

4. Multiferroic simulations

1). First–principle calculation

2). Phase simulation

3). Theoretical modes of ME coupling in multiferroic heterostructures

5. Multiferroic RF/microwave devices

1) Voltage control of FMR

2) RF/microwave devices in general

3) State of the art tunable RF/microwave devices

a) Antenna

b) Inductor

c) Bandpass/stop filters

d) Phase shifter

4) Multiferroic RF/microwave devices in future

6. Towards to Multiferroic Memories

1) Voltage control of magnetism

a) Magnetoresistance

b) Voltage control of exchange bias

c) Voltage control of domain dynamics

d) Towards non–volatile control

2) Magnetic memories in general

3) State of the art multiferroic memories

4) Multiferroic memories in future

7. Multiferroic Sensors

1) Inverse ME coupling

2) Magnetic sensors in general

3) State of the art multiferroic sensors

4) Multiferroic memories in future

8. Integration of multiferroics on chip

1) Integration of multiferroic RF/microwave devices

2) Integration of multiferroic memories

3) Integration of multiferroic sensors

9. Multiferroics in future

1) Novel multiferroic composites

2) Novel multiferroic devices and applications

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Ming Liu
Ziyao Zhou
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