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Extremely low coercivity in Fe3O4 thin film grown on Mg2TiO4 (001)

Extremely low coercivity in Fe3O4 thin film grown on Mg2TiO4 (001)
W. Liu, Z. D. Zhang, X. H. Liu
The Fe3O4 film grown on Mg2TiO4 (001) shows an extremely small coercivity as low as around 7 Oe from the Verwey transition to room temperature. This low coercivity is close to that of the single-crystal bulk but several times smaller than that of the sample on MgO (001).

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/6uhED4BX7Js/C7RA08916C

DOI: 2017/RA/C7RA08916C

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