Sr<inf>3</inf>FeMoO<inf>7</inf> is a n = 2 Ruddlesden-Popper analogue of the famous double perovskite Sr<inf>2</inf>FeMoO<inf>6</inf> (SFMO), where every two layers of transition metal BO<inf>6</inf> (B = Fe, Mo) octahedral planes are interrupted along the c-direction by a SrO layer. Interestingly, these two-dimensional BO<inf>6</inf> layers are found to form many highly ordered Fe-O-Mo flat nanodomains separated by antiphase boundaries (APBs) and the interaction between these disc-like ordered domains give rise to interesting magnetic, transport, and magnetotransport properties, such as large magnetoresistance as well as a strong electroresistance.
Chakraborty, T., Meneghini, C., Nag, A., & Ray, S. (2015). Formation of two-dimensional ordered nanodomains and curious properties of Sr<inf>3</inf>FeMoO<inf>7</inf>. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY. C, 3(31), 8127-8131 [10.1039/c5tc00928f].
Formation of two-dimensional ordered nanodomains and curious properties of Sr
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