MULTIFERRICS


ID Title Authors
1Recent progress in multiferroic magnetoelectric composites: From bulk to thin films Ma J., Hu J., Li Z., Nan C.-W.
2Enhanced resonant magnetoelectric coupling in frequency-tunable composite multiferroic bimorph structures Finkel P., Bonini J., Garrity E., Bussman K., Gao J., Li J.F., Lofland S.E., Viehland D.
3Synthesis and magnetic properties of pure and cobalt-doped nanocrystalline bismuth ferrite Montes G., Perales-Perez O., Renteria B., Galvez M.
4Synthesis and magnetic properties of pure and cobalt-doped nanocrystalline Bismuth ferrite Montes G., Perales-Perez O., Renteria B., Galvez M.
5Study of dielectric and ferroelectric properties of multiferroic BiCo xFe1-xO3 ceramic Sen K., Singh K., Gautam A., Singh M.
6Multiferroic and magnetoelectric materials-novel developments and perspectives Kleemann W., Borisov P., Bedanta S., Shvartsman V.V.
7Reversible electric control of exchange bias in a multiferroic field-effect device Wu S.M., Cybart S.A., Yu P., Rossell M.D., Zhang J.X., Ramesh R., Dynes R.C.
8Correlation of electron backscatter diffraction and piezoresponse force microscopy for the nanoscale characterization of ferroelectric domains in polycrystalline lead zirconate titanate Burnett T.L., Weaver P.M., Blackburn J.F., Stewart M., Cain M.G.
9Magnetoelectric effect in magnetostrictionpiezoelectric multiferroics Bichurin M.I., Petrov V.M.
10Magnetoelectric effect in magnetostriction-piezoelectric multiferroics Bichurin M.I., Petrov V.M.
11Ultrasensitive fluorometric determination of hydrogen peroxide and glucose by using multiferroic BiFeO3 nanoparticles as a catalyst Luo W., Li Y.-S., Yuan J., Zhu L., Liu Z., Tang H., Liu S.
12Strong electric field tuning of magnetism in multiferroic heterostructures Liu M., Lou J., Obi O., Reed D., Pettiford C., Stoute S., Sun N.X.
13On the prospects for technical applications of BiFeO3 compounds substituted with rare-earth elements Reznichenko L.A., Batdalov A.B., Verbenko I.A., Razumovskaya O.N., Shilkina L.A., Amirov A.A.
14Fabrication and characterization of novel multiferroic cantilevers for microtransuducers Prashanthi K., Mandal M., Duttagupta S.P., Pinto R., Palkar V.R.
15Investigation of magnetoelectric effect in novel multiferroic thin films for MEMS applications Prashanthi K., Palkar V.R.
16Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings - Engineered Multiferroics-Magnetoelectric Interactions, Sensors, and Devices [No author name available]
17Emerging technologies and opportunities based on the magneto-electric effect in multiferroic composites Vopsaroiu M., Blackburn J., Cain M.G.
18Room temperature ferromagnetism and lack of ferroelectricity in thin films of 'Biferroic?' YbCrO3 Nagar S., Rao K.V., Belova L., Catalan G., Hong J., Scott J.F., Tyagi A.K., Juyakumar O.D., Shukla R., Liu Y.-S., Guo J.
19Competing magnetic interactions in magnetoelectric YbMnO3 Ray S.K., Zou Y., Williamsen M.S., Sen S., Buroker L., Guptasarma P.
20Magnetoelectric properties of multiferroic composites with pseudo 2-2 type multilayered structure Ma J., Shi Z., Lin Y.-H., Nan C.-W.
21Oxides, oxides, and more oxides: High-oxides, ferroelectrics, ferromagnetics, and multiferroics Izyumskaya N., Alivov Y., Morkoc H.
22Magnetoelectric sensor for microtesla magnetic-fields based on (Fe80Co20)78Si12B10/PZT laminates Giang D.T.H., Duc N.H.
23Ferroelectrics, Multiferroics, and Magnetoelectrics [No author name available]
24Multiferroic materials for sensors, transducers and memory devices (review article) Surowiak Z., Bochenek D.
25Biferroic electro - Acoustic ceramics with BiFeO3 composition Rymarczyk J., Machura D., Ilczuk J.
26Recent research development of ferroelectric thin films Okuyama M.
27Multiferroics: Promising materials for microelectronics, spintronics, and sensor technique Zvezdin A.K., Logginov A.S., Meshkov G.A., Pyatakov A.P.
28Revival of the magnetoelectric effect Fiebig M.