L.S.Dorneles, M Venkatesan, M. Moliner, J.G. Lunney and J. M. D. Coey, Magnetism in thin films of CaB6 and SrB6, Applied Physics Letters, 85, 26, 2004, 6377, 6379
85 26 Applied Physics Letters
Thin films of disordered hexaborides CaB6 and SrB6 deposited by pulsed-laser deposition on MgO
(100) or Al2O3 (001) substrates are ferromagnetic. A typical room-temperature moment per unit area
of substrate is 350 mB nm��2, with the largest values being found for CaB6 on Al2O3. Lattice defects
are the likely origin of the exotic, high-temperature magnetism. The moment, which is present in
films as thin as 12 nm, appears to reside in an interface layer whose polarization is approximately
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