Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Advanced Materials, Volume 22, Number 26-27, p.2900-2918 (2010)
Keywords:Article, chemistry, Complex materials, Complex oxides, Composite micromechanics, Controlled growth, Electromagnetic coupling, Electronic device, Electronics, ferumoxytol, Large parts, Magnetic field effects, Magnetics, Magnetism, Magnetoelectric couplings, Magnetoelectric materials, Multiferroic composites, Multiferroics, nanomaterial, Nanostructures, Novel materials, oxide, oxides, Progress report, scheduling, Structure (composition)
The study of magnetoelectric materials has recently received renewed interest, in large part stimulated by breakthroughs in the controlled growth of complex materials and by the search for novel materials with functionalities suitable for next generation electronic devices. In this Progress Report, we present an overview of recent developments in the field, with emphasis on magnetoelectric coupling effects in complex oxide multiferroic composite materials. © 2010 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.
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