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01-10-2009 | Ferroelectrics | Issue 19/2009

Journal of Materials Science 19/2009

Fabrication and characterization of perovskite ferroelectric PMN/PT ceramic nanocomposites

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Journal of Materials Science > Issue 19/2009
Authors:
R. Wongmaneerung, R. Yimnirun, S. Ananta

Abstract

The potential of a ceramic nanocomposite technique employing a simple bimodal particle size packing and a pressureless sintering process as a low-cost and simple ceramic processing to obtain perovskite ferroelectric ceramics in the PMN/PT system was demonstrated. Attention was focused on relationships between chemical composition, densification, microstructure, and electrical properties. It has been found that the phase formation, microstructures, and dielectric properties of ceramic nanocomposites are totally different from those of typical solid solutions.

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