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Nat Mater. 2012 Jan 24;11(2):103-13. doi: 10.1038/nmat3223.

Emergent phenomena at oxide interfaces.

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Correlated Electron Research Group, RIKEN-Advanced Science Institute, Saitama 351-0198, Japan. hyhwang@stanford.edu

Abstract

Recent technical advances in the atomic-scale synthesis of oxide heterostructures have provided a fertile new ground for creating novel states at their interfaces. Different symmetry constraints can be used to design structures exhibiting phenomena not found in the bulk constituents. A characteristic feature is the reconstruction of the charge, spin and orbital states at interfaces on the nanometre scale. Examples such as interface superconductivity, magneto-electric coupling, and the quantum Hall effect in oxide heterostructures are representative of the scientific and technological opportunities in this rapidly emerging field.

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22270825
DOI:
10.1038/nmat3223

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