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The metal-organic framework [(CH3)2NH2]Ni(HCOO)3 (DMA-Ni) has an ABX3 perovskite-like structure. At TC ~ 181 K, DMA-Ni displays a first-order ferroelectric transition, which is triggered by the disorder-order transition of hydrogen bonds. In addition, this compound exhibits a spin-canted antiferromagnetic order below TN ~ 37.6 K through the long-distance superexchange interaction, and a spin-reorientation transition appears near 15 K. The coexistence of magnetic and ferroelectric orders at low temperature testifies the multiferroic properties of DMA-Ni. Besides, the magnetoelectric (ME) coupling exists in the paramagnetic state, where the ferroelectric polarization can be modified by applying high magnetic fields. This behavior is attributed to the local magnetostriction effect.
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Name: Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal
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