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Dynamical magnetoelectric effects in multiferroic oxides

By Y. Tokura and N. Kida


Multiferroics with coexistent ferroelectric and magnetic orders can provide an interesting laboratory to test unprecedented magnetoelectric responses and their possible applications. One such example is the dynamical and/or resonant coupling between magnetic and electric dipoles in a solid. As the examples of such dynamical magnetoelectric effects, (1) the multiferroic domain wall dynamics and (2) the electric-dipole active magnetic responses are discussed with the overview of recent experimental observations.Comment: 15 pages including 6 figures; Accepted for publication in Phil. Trans. A Roy. Soc. (Special issue, Spin on Electronics

Topics: Condensed Matter - Strongly Correlated Electrons
Year: 2011
DOI identifier: 10.1098/rsta.2011.0150
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