Electrical Control of Chiral Phases in ElectrotoroidicNanocomposites2016 Fundamental Physics of Ferroelectrics and Related Materials Conference (2016)
Molecular dynamics in a first-principle-based effective Hamiltonian scheme show that optical rotation of polarized light as measured by gyrotropic coefficient is maximized at room temperature for some applied DC electric field in a ferroelectric nanocomposite consisting of BaTiO3nanowires in an SrTiO3 medium that exhibits electrical vortices. Together with a phase diagram obtained from Monte Carlo simulation, this characterizes optical applications of electrical vortices.
Publication DateJanuary, 2016
LocationCarnegie Institution, Washington, D.C.
Citation InformationRaymond Walter, Sergei Prokhorenko, Zhigang Gui, Yousra Nahas, et al.. "Electrical Control of Chiral Phases in ElectrotoroidicNanocomposites" 2016 Fundamental Physics of Ferroelectrics and Related Materials Conference (2016)
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