Influence of orbital two-channel Kondo effect on anomalous Hall effect in ferrimagnetic composites of LaNiO3 and CoFe2O4.

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Summary of "Influence of orbital two-channel Kondo effect on anomalous Hall effect in ferrimagnetic composites of LaNiO3 and CoFe2O4."

In this report, we have investigated the magnetoresistance (MR) and Hall effect of the ferrimagnetic composites containing LaNiO<sub>3 </sub>(LNO) and CoFe<sub>2</sub>O<sub>4</sub> (CFO) (with CFO content 15 % and 20 %) which exhibit orbital two-channel Kondo (2CK) effect and therefore pronounced resistivity upturn at low temperature. Both composites manifest a negative to positive crossover in MR with increasing temperature. The MR is described by Khosla and Fisher model of spin fluctuations scattering of conduction electrons and the two-band theory based on hybridized p-d sub-bands. The Hall resistivity of the composites consists of both ordinary and anomalous part. The negative sign of the ordinary Hall coefficient suggests electrons as the dominating charge carriers. The coefficient of anomalous hall resistivity (<i>R</i><sub>S</sub>) follows the scaling relation (<i>R</i><sub>S</sub> = a<i>ρ</i><sub>xx</sub> + b<i>ρ</i><sup>2</sup><sub>xx</sub>) with longitudinal resistivity (<i>ρ</i><sub>xx</sub>) at high temperature above the resistivity upturn. However, at low temperature <i>R</i><sub>S</sub> shows non-monotonous behaviour and deviates from the scaling relation where orbital 2CK effect takes place. More detailed study below the resistivity upturn of the composite with 20 % CFO reveals that this deviation occurs around the Kondo temperature. This breakdown of scaling relation around the Kondo temperature indicates the possible influence of orbital 2CK on anomalous Hall effect.


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Name: Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal
ISSN: 1361-648X


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