Probing One-Dimensional Oxygen Vacancy Channels Driven by Cation–Anion Double Ordering in Perovskites
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- Probing One-Dimensional Oxygen Vacancy Channels Driven by Cation–Anion Double Ordering in Perovskites
- Kwon, Ohhun; Kim, Yong In; Kim, Kyeounghak; Kim, Jong Chan; Lee, Jong Hoon; Park, Sung Soo; Han, Jeong Woo; Kim, Young-Min; Kim, Guntae; Jeong, Hu Young
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- American Chemical Society
- NANO LETTERS, v.20, pp.8353 - 8359
- Visualizing the oxygen vacancy distributions is highly desirable for understanding the atomistic oxygen diffusion mechanisms in perovskites. In particular, the direct observation of the one-dimensional oxygen vacancy channels has not yet been achieved in perovskites with dual ion (i.e., cation and anion) ordering. Here, we perform atomic-resolution imaging of the one-dimensional oxygen vacancy channels and their structural dynamics in a NdBaCo2O5.5 double perovskite oxide. An in situ heating transmission electron microscopy investigation reveals the disordering of oxygen vacancy channels by local rearrangement of oxygen vacancies at the specific temperature. A density functional theory calculation suggests that the possible pathway of oxygen vacancy migration is a multistep route via Co–O and Nd–Ov (oxygen vacancy) sites. These findings could provide robust guidance for understanding the static and dynamic behaviors of oxygen vacancies in perovskite oxides.
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