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Corrections to “Growth of Lanthanum Manganate Buffer Layers for Coated Conductors via a Metal–Organic Decomposition Process”

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3 Author(s)
Venkataraman, K. ; Lam Res. Corp., Fremont, CA ; Hellstrom, E.E. ; Paranthaman, M.

In our prior paper, we reported forming (110)-oriented LaMnO3 on a biaxially textured Ni-3at%W substrate. Chemical analysis of these films subsequent to publishing the paper showed only La and O-there was no Mn present in the film. The film was actually (400)-oriented La2O3 with the cubic bixbyite structure. Subsequent studies also showed that MnO film is not stable on Ni and Ni-W substrate surfaces at 1100 degC and PO2 = 10-16 atm where bulk MnO is stable.

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 4 )