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Atomic Level Engineering of Structural and Functional Properties of Transition Metal Oxides
Journal of the Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy
Metal-oxygen bonds are responsible for a broad spectrum of functional properties of transition-metal oxides, and engineering the bonds is a key for exploring their properties. Artificial oxide heterostructures with chemically abrupt interfaces have provided a platform for engineering bonding geometries that could lead to emergent phenomena not seen in bulk oxides. In this paper, we demonstrate that interfacially engineering oxygen displacement is a good route for exploring structural anddoi:10.2497/jjspm.65.255 fatcat:3k37bhm33jeezhfqx46wmwf6im