Photon activated tunneling in ๐€๐๐Ž๐Ÿ‘ type Multiferroic domain wall

Year : 2022 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 1-13
By

    Gizachew Diga Milki

  1. Professor, Department of Physics, College of Natural Science, Jimma University Ethiopia, Ethiopia, East Africa

Abstract

We present photon assisted tunneling in multiferroics of type ๐ด๐ต๐‘‚3. It is seen that the interactions of photons with this analytic molecule accelerate the electron transmissions. It is clarified that the existence of ferromagnetic, ferroelectric, and piezoelectric in multiferroic materials are consequence of magnetic anisotropy, dipole segregation and strain. The effect of photon is therefore, to disassemble existing electronic states or assembles to form new electronic states by enhancing its transmission rates. On the other hand, photons with definite frequency are expected to overcome, the Vander Waals interactions. It is expected that photon assisted tunneling/hopping will cause an electric dipole separation. Hence photon assisted tunneling in multferroic domain walls will be dealt.

Keywords: Dipole segregation, domain walls, ferroelectricity, ferromagnetic, magnetic anisotropy, multiferroic, photons, strain, tunneling, Vander Waals interaction

[This article belongs to International Journal of Composite and Constituent Materials(ijccm)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 8
Issue 1
Received March 22, 2022
Accepted March 29, 2022
Published April 13, 2022

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