Computational Determination of the Magneto-electronic Properties of Ce1-xCuxO2 (x=12.5%): Emerging Materials for Spintronic Devices
Ceria (CeO2) is used in a wide range of applications, it has many interesting physical properties like its high oxygen storage capability; consequently, this material has a wide range of applications covering catalytic industry, superconductivity and solid oxide fuel cells [1,2]. It is a promising component in catalytic converters to reduce harmful emissions from automobile exhausts . In the present work, we investigated the structural, electronic and magnetic properties of copper-doped CeO2. The Cu transition metal is used as a dopant agent to persuade spin polarization in CeO2 compound.
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