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Reversible Electrical Field-Induced Formation of Ruddlesden-Popper Phases in Strontium Titanate at Room Temperature

  • Dirk Carl Meyer (a1), Alexandr A. Levin (a2), Tilmann Leisegang (a3), Emanuel Gutmann (a4), Marianne Reibold (a5), Peter Paufler (a6) and Wolfgang Pompe (a7)...

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On base of the structural characteristics of near-surface regions of a SrTiO3 (001) (STO (001)) single-crystal plate revealed by means of wide-angle X-ray scattering (WAXS), X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy, structural changes in the STO (001) single-crystal plate under the influence of an external electric field at room temperature can be described as the tunable and reversible formation of Ruddlesden-Popper-phases of the quasi-binary system SrO-TiO2. The WAXS behavior implies the use of the reversible phase-transition for adaptive X-ray optics.

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Reversible Electrical Field-Induced Formation of Ruddlesden-Popper Phases in Strontium Titanate at Room Temperature

  • Dirk Carl Meyer (a1), Alexandr A. Levin (a2), Tilmann Leisegang (a3), Emanuel Gutmann (a4), Marianne Reibold (a5), Peter Paufler (a6) and Wolfgang Pompe (a7)...

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