• Magnetoelectric interaction phenomena in materials

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      Magnetoelectric; ferroelectric; anti-ferromagnetic; composite

    • Abstract


      Following the phenomenological approach of Landau and Lifshitz the existence of linear magnetoelectric effect in antiferromagnetic Cr2O3 was predicted by Dzyaloshinskii which was later experimentally confirmed by Astrov and Folenet al. Magnetoelectric phenomenon has been observed in several single-phase materials in which simultaneous electric and magnetic ordering coexists and in two-phase composites in which the participating phases are the ferroelectric and magnetic. The author’s group has recently undertaken a systematic study of the preparation, characterization and detection of the (ME)H output in a few single-phase materials and two-phase composites. This article describes the magnetoelectric phenomenon in general and recent work carried out in the author’s group.

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      S V Suryanarayana1

      1. Materials Research Laboratory, Department of Physics, Osmania University, Hyderabad - 500 007, India
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