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Epitaxial Ba2YNbO6 (BYNO) films were deposited on textured NiW substrates via pulsed laser deposition. The films have dense and smooth surface structure, and more importantly, significantly improved out-of-plane texture, compared with the NiW substrate texture. Transmission electron microscopy study confirms the c-axis tilting of BYNO film and formation of misfit dislocations at NiW/BYNO interface, suggesting that the improved texture should be attributed to the tilted epitaxy via biased dislocation mechanism. YBa2Cu3O7−δ films deposited on BYNO single-buffered NiW substrates show further texture improvement, high superconducting transition temperature of ~91 K, and critical current density of 1.8 MA/cm2 at 77 K, self-field.
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