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High pressure synthesis and physical properties of multiferroic materials with multiply-ordered perovskite structure

Zhou Long Wang Xiao Zhang Hui-Min Shen Xu-Dong Dong Shuai Long You-Wen

High pressure synthesis and physical properties of multiferroic materials with multiply-ordered perovskite structure

Zhou Long, Wang Xiao, Zhang Hui-Min, Shen Xu-Dong, Dong Shuai, Long You-Wen
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  • Perovskite is one of the most important material systems for magnetoelectric multiferroic study. However, multiferroic is not expected to occur in a cubic perovskite on account of the highly symmetric crystal structure. Besides, magnetoelectric multiferroics with large ferroelectric polarization and strong magnetoelectric coupling have not been found to occur simultaneously in a single-phase multiferroic material discovered so far, challenging to the potential applications of this kind of material. Here we briefly review two multiferroic materials with multiply-ordered perovskite structure synthesized under high pressure and high temperature conditions. In the cubic perovskite LaMn3Cr4O12, we observed spin-induced ferroelectric polarization, providing the first example where ferroelectric takes place in a cubic perovskite material. In another multiply-ordered provskite BiMn3Cr4O12, type-I and type-Ⅱ multiferroic phases successively developed when cooled. It provides a rare example where two different types of multiferroic phases occur subsequently so that both large polarization and strong magnetoelectric effect are achieved in a single-phase material. In addition, since double ferroelectric phases take place in BiMn3Cr4O12, one can obtain four different polarization states by adopting different poling procedures, thus opening up a new way for generating multifunctional spintronics and multistate storage devices.
      Corresponding author: Long You-Wen, ywlong@iphy.ac.cn
    • Funds: Project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. 11574378, 51772324), the National Basic Research Program of China (Grant No. 2014CB921500), the National Key RD Program of China (Grant No. 2018YFA0305700), and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Grant Nos. YZ201555, QYZDBSSW-SLH013, XDB07030300, GJHZ1773).
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    Schmid H 1994 Ferroelectrics 162 317

    [2]

    Spaldin N A, Fiebig M 2005 Science 309 391

    [3]

    Eerenstein W, Mathur N D, Scott J F 2006 Nature 442 759

    [4]

    Cheong S W, Mostovoy M 2007 Nat. Mater. 6 13

    [5]

    Ramesh R, Spaldin N A 2007 Nat. Mater. 6 21

    [6]

    Ma J, Hu J M, Li Z, Nan C W 2011 Adv. Mater. 23 1062

    [7]

    Tokura Y, Seki S, Nagaosa N 2014 Rep. Prog. Phys. 77 076501

    [8]

    Dong S, Liu J M, Cheong S W, Ren Z F 2015 Adv. Phys. 64 519

    [9]

    Yin Y Y, Wang X, Deng H S, Zhou L, Dai J H, Long Y W 2017 Acta Phys. Sin. 66 030201 (in Chinese) [殷云宇, 王潇, 邓宏芟, 周龙, 戴建洪, 龙有文 2017 物理学报 66 030201]

    [10]

    Long Y W 2016 Chin. Phys. B 25 078108

    [11]

    Zhao Q, Yin Y Y, Dai J H, Shen X, Hu Z, Yang J Y, Wang Q T, Yu R C, Li X D, Long Y W 2016 Chin. Phys. B 25 020701

    [12]

    Khomskii D 2009 Physics 2 20

    [13]

    Wang J, Neaton J B, Zheng H, Nagarajan V, Ogale S B, Liu B, Viehland D, Vaithyanathan V, Schlom D G, Waghmare U V, Spaldin N A, Rabe K M, Wuttig M, Ramesh R 2003 Science 299 1719

    [14]

    Popov Y F, Kadomtseva A M, Krotov S S, Belov D V, Vorobev G P, Makhov P N, Zvezdin A K 2001 Low Temp. Phys. 27 478

    [15]

    Sergienko I A, Sen C, Dagotto E 2006 Phys. Rev. Lett. 97 227204

    [16]

    Kimura T, Goto T, Shintani H, Ishizaka K, Arima T, Tokura Y 2003 Nature 426 55

    [17]

    Tokura Y, Seki Y 2010 Adv. Mater. 22 1554

    [18]

    Wang X, Chai Y S, Zhou L, Cao H B, Cruz C, Yang J Y, Dai J H, Yin Y Y, Yuan Z, Zhang S J, Yu R Z, Azuma M, Shimakawa Y, Zhang H M, Dong S, Sun Y, Jin C Q, Long Y W 2015 Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 087601

    [19]

    Feng J S, Xiang H J 2016 Phys. Rev. B 93 174416

    [20]

    Teague J R, Gerson R, James W J 1970 Solid State Commun. 8 1073

    [21]

    Zakharov Y N, Raevski I P, Eknadiosians E I, Pinskaya A N, Pustovaya L E, Borodin V Z 2000 Ferroelectrics 247 47

    [22]

    Zhou L, Dai J, Chai Y, Zhang H, Dong S, Cao H, Calder S, Yin Y, Wang X, Shen X, Liu Z, Saito T, Shimakawa Y, Hojo H, Ikuhara Y, Azuma M, Hu Z, Sun Y, Jin C Q, Long Y W 2017 Adv. Mater. 29 1703435

    [23]

    Larson A C, von Dreele R B 1994 General Structure Analysis System (GSAS) Report No. LAUR 86-748 (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

    [24]

    Brown I D, Altermatt D 1985 Acta Crystallogr. B41 244

    [25]

    Brese N E, OKeeffe M 1991 Acta Crystallogr. B47 192

    [26]

    Long Y W, Saito T, Mizumaki M, Agui A, Shimakawa Y 2009 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 16244

    [27]

    Scott J F, Kammerdiner L, Parris M, Traynor S, Ottenbacher V, Shavabkeh A, Oliver W F 1988 J. Appl. Phys. 64 787

    [28]

    Chai Y S, Oh Y S, Wang L J, Manivannan N, Feng S M, Yang Y S, Yan L Q, Jin C Q, Kim K H 2012 Phys. Rev. B 85 184406

    [29]

    Chapon L C, Blake G R, Gutmann M J, Park S, Hur N, Radaelli P G, Cheong S W 2004 Phys. Rev. Lett. 93 177402

    [30]

    Guo Y Y, Wang Y L, Liu J M, Wei T 2014 J. Appl. Phys. 116 063905

    [31]

    Hur N, Park S, Sharma P A, Ahn J S, Guha S, Cheong S W 2004 Nature 429 392

    [32]

    van Aken B, Palstra T T M, Filippetti A, Spaldin N A 2004 Nat. Mater. 3 164

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  • Received Date:  04 May 2018
  • Accepted Date:  29 May 2018
  • Published Online:  05 August 2018

High pressure synthesis and physical properties of multiferroic materials with multiply-ordered perovskite structure

    Corresponding author: Long You-Wen, ywlong@iphy.ac.cn
  • 1. Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190, China;
  • 2. School of Physical Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China;
  • 3. Department of Physics, Southeast University, Nanjing 211189, China
Fund Project:  Project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. 11574378, 51772324), the National Basic Research Program of China (Grant No. 2014CB921500), the National Key RD Program of China (Grant No. 2018YFA0305700), and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Grant Nos. YZ201555, QYZDBSSW-SLH013, XDB07030300, GJHZ1773).

Abstract: Perovskite is one of the most important material systems for magnetoelectric multiferroic study. However, multiferroic is not expected to occur in a cubic perovskite on account of the highly symmetric crystal structure. Besides, magnetoelectric multiferroics with large ferroelectric polarization and strong magnetoelectric coupling have not been found to occur simultaneously in a single-phase multiferroic material discovered so far, challenging to the potential applications of this kind of material. Here we briefly review two multiferroic materials with multiply-ordered perovskite structure synthesized under high pressure and high temperature conditions. In the cubic perovskite LaMn3Cr4O12, we observed spin-induced ferroelectric polarization, providing the first example where ferroelectric takes place in a cubic perovskite material. In another multiply-ordered provskite BiMn3Cr4O12, type-I and type-Ⅱ multiferroic phases successively developed when cooled. It provides a rare example where two different types of multiferroic phases occur subsequently so that both large polarization and strong magnetoelectric effect are achieved in a single-phase material. In addition, since double ferroelectric phases take place in BiMn3Cr4O12, one can obtain four different polarization states by adopting different poling procedures, thus opening up a new way for generating multifunctional spintronics and multistate storage devices.

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