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|Title:||Magnetodielectric response of coexisting phases in half doped manganites|
|Citation:||International conference 12th Joint MMM/Intermag Conference, Chicago, Illinois, USA during 14-18 January 2013|
|Abstract:||The magnetic field dependence of dielectric permittivity and resistivity have been measured simultaneously in two separate half doped managnites Pr0.75Na0.25MnO3 and Pr0.5Ca0.5Mn0.975Al0.025O3. A gigantic change in dielectric permittivity was detected near the percolation threshold. The hysteresis in dielectric permittivity as well as in resistivity supports the first order nature of the insulator-metal transition while the tunability is due to the coexisting of phases across the transition. A highly resistivity correlated dielectric behaviour has been observed throughout the insulator to metal transition evidencing the dielectric catastrophe phenomenon. The field dependent dielectric data are analyzed in the framework of Maxwell-Garnett theory in association with Mott-Hubbard model.|
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