The Characteristics of Ferroelectric Sr0.4Ba0.6Nb2-xVxO6 Dielectrics


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In this study, it would be interesting to investigate ceramic material based on Sr0.4Ba0.6Nb2O6 composition, V2O5 was used to substitute Nb2O5 to form the compositions of Sr0.4Ba0.6Nb2-xVxO6, where 0 ≤ x ≤ 0.3. The prepared Sr0.4Ba0.6Nb2-xVxO6 ceramics were sintered from 1060oC to 1300oC, and the needed sintering temperatures were dependent on V2O5 content. The SEM micrographs showed that even 1220oC was used as the sintering temperature of Sr0.4Ba0.6Nb2O6 ceramics, the pores were still observed. The crystal intensities of some (h,k,l) planes, for example (3,2,0) and (5,5,0) planes, apparently increased with the increase of V2O5 content and slightly decreased with the increase of sintering temperatures. The temperature-dependent dielectric characteristics were measured from 25oC to 300oC at 1MHz as a function of sintering temperatures and V2O5 content. The studied results would show that the sintering temperatures and V2O5 content also had large influence on the maximum dielectric constants (revealed at Curie temperatures) and the temperature-dielectric curves of Sr0.4Ba0.6Nb2-xVxO6 ceramics.



Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 368-372)

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Wei Pan and Jianghong Gong




Y. S. Yang et al., "The Characteristics of Ferroelectric Sr0.4Ba0.6Nb2-xVxO6 Dielectrics", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 368-372, pp. 136-139, 2008

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February 2008




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