Ferroelectrics: Principles, Structure and Applications

Serena Merchant (Editor)

Series: Physics Research and Technology

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Ferroelectric physics is a theory on ferroelectric phase transition for explaining various related phenomena, which is different from dielectric physics. Ferroelectric materials are important functional materials for various applications such as NVRAMs, high energy density capacitors, actuators, MEMs, sonar sensors, microphones and scanning electron microscopes (SEM).

This book investigates the dielectric, ferroelectric and energy storage properties of barium zirconate-titanate/barium calcium-titanate (BZT-BCT) based ceramic for high energy density capacitors. It also compares the energy storage capabilities of ceramic powders with polymer-ceramic nanocomposites; and discusses dielectric properties of ferroelectricity in composition distributions. (Imprint: Novinka)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Investigations on the Dielectric, Ferroelectric and Energy Storage Properties of Barium Zirconate- Titanate/Barium Calcium-Titanate Based Ceramic for High Energy Density Capacitors (pp. 1-54)
Venkata Sreenivas Puli, Dhiren K. Pradhan, Shiva Adireddy, Douglas B. Chrisey, Ram. S. Katiyar, Ravinder Elupula and Dilip K. Pradhan

Chapter 2 - Flexible Ferroelectric Polymer-Nanocrystal Composite Films for Large-Scale Capacitive Energy Storage (pp. 55-106)
Shiva Adireddy, Venkata S. Puli, Samuel C. Sklare, Ravinder Elupula, Tiffany J. Lou, Scott Grayson and Douglas B. Chrisey

Chapter 3 - Dielectric Properties of Ferroelectric in Composition Distributions (pp. 107-142)
Wan Qiang Cao

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