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Oxygen vacancy-dependent multiferroic properties and the valence state of Fe in Bi6-xSmxFe1.4Ni0.6Ti3O18 ceramics prepared by combined combustion method

Sm-modified Bi6-xSmxFe1.4Ni0.6Ti3O18 (BSFNT- x) ceramics were prepared using the combined conbusiton method to investigate their multiferroic and dielectric properties. It is found that a structural phase evolution from an orthorhombic phase to a …


The electrical and optical properties of Nb-doping PLZT (9/65/35) transparent ceramics

In the past few decades, transparent electro-optical ceramics PLZT (9/65/35) (Pb0.91La0.09(Zr0.65Ti0.35)0.9775O3) with special properties, particularly high transmittance in visible light, have gained much attention. However, restricted by the …


Structural, morphological, magnetic and spectral studies of Bi3+ substituted YFeO3 Nano-powders: Obtained by sol-gel synthesis

Nano powders of Bismuth substituted Yttrium ferrite have been synthasized by standard Sol-Gel method with maintaining the pH level of solution at 9 on the pH scale. The X-ray diffraction spectra concludes that these materials are well crystallized …


Electrical properties of n-conducting barium titanate ceramics over a wide temperature range under voltage load

Bulk and grain boundary resistivities as well as grain boundary capacitances of PTCR (positive temperature coefficient of resistivity) thermistors have been investigated as a function of voltage load and temperature ranging from 30 to 820 °C by …


The synergistic effect of iron cobaltite compare to its single oxides as cathode in supercapacitor

Mixed transition metal oxides have attracted great attention in supercapacitors applications due to their better electrochemical performance than their single oxides. In this work, iron cobaltite (FeCo2O4) and its single metal oxides i.e. iron …

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The Journal of Electroceramics provides a forum for discussion cutting across issues in electrical, optical, and magnetic ceramics. Driven by the need for miniaturization, cost, and enhanced functionality, the field of electroceramics is poised for rapid growth in many new directions. The Journal encourages discussion of resultant trends concerning silicon-electroceramic integration, nanotechnology, ceramic-polymer composites, grain boundary and defect engineering and more.
The Journal of Electroceramics publishes original research papers on both scientific and technical aspects of electroceramics. From time to time invited papers cover significant progress and analyze future trends in the various subfields.
The journal presents papers dealing with processing, characterization, structure, properties, modeling, and performance of electroceramics. This includes such topic areas as ionic and mixed conductors; actuators and sensors; boundary controlled devices; wireless communications; electronic packaging; dielectrics; ferroelectric memory devices; photonics; magnetic recording; oxide electronics and superconductivity, among others.

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