Papers by Author: Li Dong Chen

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Authors: Sheng Qiang Bai, Li Dong Chen, A. Yamamura
Authors: Rui Dong, Qun Wang, Li Dong Chen, Xiao Min Li
Abstract: A simple chemical solution deposition method was developed for the preparation of La0.7Ca0.3MnO3 (LCMO) thin films. The LCMO thin films were prepared on Si/SiO2/TiO2/Pt substrates by spin-coating method, followed by heat-treatment at 900°C. The fabrication process of the LCMO thin film was investigated by means of TG-DSC, FTIR, XRD, FE-SEM and EPMA. The electric pulse induced reversible resistance switching is observed in the Ag-LCMO-Pt sandwich structure.
Authors: X. Shi, Li Dong Chen, Sheng Qiang Bai, Xin Feng Tang
Authors: Xiao Wei Wen, Chu De Feng, Li Dong Chen, Shi Ming Huang
Abstract: Effect of co-doping two different elements and incorporating SrBi2Nb2O9 (SBN) on structure and field-stability of dielectric properties in PMNT ceramics were investigated. Single-phase cubic Perovskite structure is more easily obtained by appropriate co- doping of La3+ and Zn2+. X-ray diffraction patterns of PMNT/SBN composite showed that there is no SBN grains in PMNT/SBN as a secondary phase. Co-doping of La3+ and Zn2+ as well as incorporation of SBN markedly increased the field-stability of dielectric constant. The mechanism of improving field-stability was tentatively discussed.
Authors: Jun Jiang, Li Dong Chen, Sheng Qiang Bai, Qin Yao, Qun Wang
Abstract: The n-type Bi2(Te,Se)3 thermoelectric materials doped with different contents of TeI4 were fabricated through the spark plasma sintering (SPS) technique at 693K under a pressure of 60MPa. The sintered materials were rather dense and showed preferred grain orientation. Electrical conductivity (s), Seebeck coefficient (a), and thermal conductivity (k) were measured in the temperature range of 300-500K. The optimal figure of merit ZT (ZT=a2sT/k) of the sintered material in the direction perpendicular to the pressing direction showed a value of 0.75 for the sample containing 0.14wt% TeI4.
Authors: Chao Qin, Lian Jun Wang, Sheng Qiang Bai, Wan Jiang, Li Dong Chen
Abstract: Ti5Si3-TiC-Ti3SiC2 composites containing different Ti3SiC2 volume fractions from 0 to 50% were in-situ fabricated by spark plasma sintering using Ti and SiC powders through adjusting the molar ratio of Ti to SiC. The morphologies of the fracture surfaces were analyzed by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The room temperature mechanical properties of composites including hardness, bending strength and fracture toughness were tested.
Authors: Lian Jun Wang, Wan Jiang, Sheng Qiang Bai, Li Dong Chen
Abstract: In-situ toughened TiC-Ti5Si3 composites were fabricated using reactive sintering of Ti and SiC via spark plasma sintering (SPS). The focus of this work on the content of TiC in final composites was different. The phase constituents and microstructures of the samples were analyzed by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Fracture toughness at room temperature was also measured by indentation tests. The results showed that the corporation of TiC greatly enhances the fracture toughness of TiC-Ti5Si3 composites.
Authors: Xiang Yang Huang, Z. Xu, Li Dong Chen, Xin Feng Tang
Authors: Guang Zhao Bai, G. Wang, Wan Jiang, Li Dong Chen, X. Shi
Abstract: Thermal conductivity of as-prepared MoSi2/SiC composites has been determined by Laser Flash method. Interfacial thermal conductance for composites with 100nm SiC and with 0.5µm has been determined by using effective medium theory. The results of interfacial thermal conductance exhibit that both the inclusion size and the clustering of the inclusions play an important role in determining composite thermal conductivity.
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