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By K. M. Nair, A. S. Bhalla, Tapan K. Gupta, Shin-Ichi Hirano, Basavaraj V. Hiremath

This special stand on my own quantity info new advancements in dielectric ceramics. It presents accomplished studies of recent fabrics and product techniques and contains themes reminiscent of fabrics synthesis and processing, relaxors & novel compositions, dielectric loss mechanisms, multiplayer ceramic units, and price research of tomorrow’s electrical units. a desirable new quantity that offers severe details for these fascinated by dielectrics. Papers provided on the 102nd Annual assembly of the yankee Ceramic Society, St. Louis, Missouri, united states (2000).

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Excess Pb was observed on the film surface. The 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 2 0 I deg. 4 X-ray patterns of (a) PZT/[PZT+PT(55 surface was common for every thin nm)]/Nb-ST, (b) [PZT+PT(55nm)]/Nbfilms fabricated in this experiments. STY(c) PZT/Nb-ST The 26-w scanning patterns of X-ray diffraction reveal that these films are highly c-axis oriented. , these films were all epitaxially grown on the substrates. Figure 4 shows an example of the (b) [PZT+PT(SOnm)]/NbXRD patterns of (a) PZT/[PZT+PT(5Onm>]/Nb-ST7 ST and (c) PZT/Nb-ST.

The average particle size data determined by X-ray line broadening and by TEM for powders synthesized for 24 h at temperatures between 80 "C and 240 "C, are shown in Fig. 5. The data obtained by the two methods agree to within +lO%. They show an increase in the average particle size from -50 nm at 80 "C to -100 nm at 240 "C. Figure 4. TEM micrographs of the BaTiO3 powders synthesized for 24 h at 90 "C (a), 160 "C (b), and 240 "C (c), and for 96 h at 240 "C (d). Dielectric Materials and Devices 41 Figure 5.

The reaction mechanism is not clear but it has been suggested to involve a dissolutiodprecipitation process in which Ti is hydrolyzed to form either Ti(OH)t- [ 161 or Ti(OH)4 [ 171, followed by subsequent reaction with Ba2' ions to precipitate BaTi03. The mechanism of nucleation and growth of the BaTi03 particles is also not clear. In the present system, heterogeneous nucleation can occur on the fine Ti02 reactant particles, as observed by Chien et a1 [15]. Subsequent growth of the BaTi03 particles can occur by aggregation to form clusters, as proposed for amorphous particles prepared by precipitation from solution [ 181 or by Ostwald ripening in which the smaller particles dissolve and precipitate on the larger particles [ 191.

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