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Opportunities in vanadium-based strongly correlated electron systems

  • Matthew Brahlek (a1), Lei Zhang (a1), Jason Lapano (a1), Hai-Tian Zhang (a1), Roman Engel-Herbert (a1), Nikhil Shukla (a2), Suman Datta (a2), Hanjong Paik (a3) and Darrell G. Schlom (a3)...

The diverse and fascinating properties of transition metal oxides stem from the strongly correlated electronic degrees of freedom; the scientific challenge and range of possible applications of these materials have caused fascination among physicists and materials scientists, thus capturing research efforts for nearly a century. Here, we focus on the binary V x O y and the ternary perovskite AVO3 and review the key aspects from the underlying physical framework and their basic properties, recent strides made in thin-film synthesis, to recent efforts to implement vanadium-based oxides for practical applications that augment existing technologies, which surpass limitations of conventional materials.

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