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Phase coexistence and electric-field control of toroidal order in oxide superlattices

05:16 EDT 9 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

Metal-oxide superlattices were found to possess coexisting phases; a ferroelectric phase and a vortex phase with electric toroidal order. Electric fields interconverted from one phase to another, potentially enabling new functionality.

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