Cation Size and Disorder Effects in Conducting Perovskite Oxides View Full Text


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1998

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J. Paul Attifield, Andrei L. Kharlanov, Judith A. McAllister, Lide M. Rodriguez-Martinez

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The electronic and magnetic properties of ATO 3 and related perovskites (A is a mixture of lanthanide Ln 3+ and alkaline earth M 2+ cations; T is a transition metal) are very sensitive to the A site composition. The importance of doping effects controlled by the Ln 3+ /M 2+ ratio is well-known, but the other lattice effects controlled by the sizes of these cations are less well understood. A simple approach making use of the mean (first moment) and the variance (second moment) in the A cation distribution has been applied to the metal-insulator transition temperature in colossal magnetoresistance AMnO 3 perovskites and to the critical temperature in A 2 CuO 4 and LnBa 2 Cu 3 O 7-δ superconductors. Series of compositions prepared with a constant doping level and mean A cation radius show a linear decrease of the transition temperature T t with the A cation size variance σ 2 . The rate of decrease -dT t /dσ 2 is found to lie in the range 1,000-30,000 KÅ -2 . The orthorhombic-tetra onal structural transition in the A 2 CuO 4 materials is found to show a linear increase with σ 2 . A pair of quadratic relationships for the mean size and size variance effects are proposed to be the result of changing strain energies that give rise to these effects. More... »

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