The rapidly emerging field of domain wall nanoelectronics exploits the different functionality of ferroelectric domain walls relative to the bulk. In article number 1903620, Finlay D. Morrison and co-workers present a new improper ferroelectric with the hexagonal tungsten bronze structure. This material displays the same complex labyrinthine domain structure, including six-fold “cloverleaf” domain vertices, as the widely studied hexagonal manganites. These domain structures have generated much interest due to their rich functionality associated with a high density of charged domain walls.
|Media of output||Journal 'Advanced Materials'|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Early online date - 04 Oct 2019|
- Mechanical Engineering
- General Materials Science
- Mechanics of Materials