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Title: Role of defects in tuning ferromagnetism in diluted magnetic oxide thin films
Authors: Nguyen, Hoa Hong
Sakai, Joe
Ngo, Thu Huong
Poirot, Nathalie
Ruyter, Antoine
Issue Date: 2005-07
Publisher: AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY
Magazine name: Physical Review B
Volume: 72
Number: 4
Start page: 045336-1
End page: 045336-5
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.72.045336
Abstract: In order to answer the question of whether there is another source of magnetism that plays an important role in tuning ferromagnetism in diluted magnetic oxide thin films, investigations on magnetic and structural properties of some types of transition-metal-doped semiconductors had been done. Results on Cr-doped ZnO and Ni-doped SnO_2 films fabricated under various conditions implied that structural defects and/or oxygen vacancy, indeed, very much influence the magnetism in those systems. An elimination of defects, as well as filling up oxygen vacancies, might cause certain degradation to the ferromagnetic ordering of some specific types of compounds.
Rights: Nguyen Hoa Hong, Joe Sakai, Ngo Thu Huong, Nathalie Poirot, Antoine Ruyter, Physical Review B, 72(4), 045336, 2005. "Copyright 2005 by the American Physical Society." http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v72/e045336
Type: Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/3989
Material Type: publisher
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