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Abstract

Perovskite O oxides that have Bi and Pb at the site and transition metals at the site, when stabilized by high-pressure synthesis at several gigapascals, provide a rich parameter space of fascinating properties. Stereochemical 62 lone pairs of Bi3+ and Pb2+ induce polar or antipolar distortions. 62 and 60 (Bi5+ and Pb4+) charge degree of freedom enable intermetallic charge transfer transitions. The structural distortion and the charge degree of freedom are coupled with magnetism of transition metals, resulting in various functionalities. In particular, we highlight magnetization reversal by electric field and polarization rotation in BiFeCoO, negative thermal expansion in modified BiNiO and PbVO, and systematic charge distribution changes in PbO ( = 3 transition metal).

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