Solving the electrical control of magnetic coercive field paradox
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shown that for a given polarity of the applied voltage, the magnetic coercive field depends on the sign of two tensor components of the multiferroic solid: magnetostrictive and piezoelectric coefficient. For a negative applied voltage, the magnetic coercive field decreases when the two material parameters have the same sign and increases when they have opposite signs, respectively.
The effect of the material parameters is reversed when the same multiferroic solid is subjected to a positive applied voltage.
|Journal||Applied Physics Letters|
|Early online date||22 Sep 2014|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Sep 2014|
- Solving the electrical control
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