Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Superlattices and Microstructures, Academic Press, Volume 19, Number 3, p.169-181 (1996)
Keywords:Charge transfer, Colossal magnetoresistance, High temperature superconducting films, Interfaces (materials), Laser energy density, magnetoresistance, Oxide superconductors, Perovskite, Pulsed laser applications, Pulsed laser deposited superlattices, substrates, superconducting films, Superconducting properties, superlattices
Recent advances made in the field of pulsed laser deposited superlattices made up of perovskite oxides are reviewed. The superconducting properties and the effect of adjacent layers in ultra-thin YBCO are studied in YBCC/(PrxY1-x)BCO superlattices. We describe the effects of layering in (La0.7Ba0.3)MnO3 for the purposes of fundamental studies and possible applications of these newly recognized colossal magnetoresistance materials. © 1996 Academic Press Limited.
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