Papers by Author: Qing Rui Yin

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Authors: Yi Bing Cheng, Qun Bao Yang, Yan Mei Kan, Pei Ling Wang, Yong Xiang Li, Qing Rui Yin, Dong Shen Yan
Authors: Nittaya Jaitanong, Hua Rong Zeng, Guo Rong Li, Qing Rui Yin, Arnon Chaipanich
Abstract: The aims of present study were investigated the effect of nickel doping on the dielectric and piezoelectric properties of P(BN)ZT solid solution. P(BN)ZT powder doped with nickel nanoparticle in the composition of (1-x) PBNZT–xNi when x = 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 percent by mole. P(BN)ZT doped with nickel powder were calcined at 900 °C for 2 h and sintered at the temperature range of 1150 -1250°C for 2 h with heating/cooling rate of 5 °C/min. The dielectric constant (er) and the dielectric loss tangent (tand) of all ceramics were measured at room temperature using LCR meter. The piezoelectric properties (d33) were measured at room temperature using d33 meter. The micro and nano-domain structure was clearly observed by piezo-response force microscopy (PFM). From the results, it can be seen that the dielectric and piezoelectric decreased with increasing Ni particle of all composition (0.0-0.1 mol%). Moreover, PFM images show that the micro (180°) and nano (90°) domain are orientated at the surface region in submicron-scale of P(BN)ZT ceramics with doped nickel nanoparticle.
Authors: Bao Shan Li, Guo Rong Li, Zhi Gang Zhu, Wang Zhong Zhang, Qing Rui Yin, Ai Li Ding
Abstract: This paper aims at the determination of the effects of strontium addition on the microstructural evolution and the piezoelectric properties for Pb(Mn1/3Nb2/3)O3-Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 (PMnN-PZT) ceramics. The Sr content was chosen in the range of 2-8 mol%. These materials were prepared by the solid phase reaction of the oxides. It was found, from the experimental results, the tetragonality of the PMnN-PZT lattice and the Curie temperature decreased with Sr content; in the meantime, dielectric constant increased greatly. Dielectric constant (er) and planar coupling factor (Kp) was proven to be dependent on sintering temperature. P-E curves of PMnN-PZT system exhibited some “pinched” shape instead of the normal square-like P-E loops, illustrating presence of the oxygen vacancies by reason of the preferable substitution of the B-sites ion.
Authors: Lina Zhang, Su Chuan Zhao, Liao Ying Zheng, Guo Rong Li, Qing Rui Yin
Abstract: A study was conducted on the effects of donor dopants, Nb2O5 and WO3, on microstructure and electric properties of Bi4Ti3O12 (BIT) ceramics. X-ray diffraction patterns of the materials showed a single orthorhombic phase structure. The microstructure results revealed the appearance of plate-like grain. The donor doping decreased the conductivity of BIT by as much as 3 orders of magnitude. The dielectric and ferroelectric properties of doped-BIT materials were also investigated. The decrease in the electrical conductivity allowed the doped samples to be poled to develop piezoelectricity. Thermal annealing studies of the samples indicated the donor-doped BIT were suitable candidate materials for high-temperature piezoelectric applications.
Authors: Zhi Gang Zhu, Bao Shan Li, Guo Rong Li, Qing Rui Yin
Abstract: The effects of SiO2 additives on microstructure, piezoelectric and mechanical properties were investigated for Pb0.98Sr0.02(Mn1/3Sb2/3)0.05Zro.48Ti0.47O3 (PMS-PZT) ternary system close to the morphotropic phase boundary. Piezoelectric coefficient (d33) and electromechanical coupling factor (Kp) considerably deteriorated with the substitution of SiO2 increased. On the other hand, the mechanical quality factor (Qm) increased, the maximum value was 1800. Fracture strength of 1.0 wt% SiO2 added the specimens reached to 106.54 MPa which was about 1.4 times higher than pure PMS-PZT ceramic. The rapid improvement of fracture strength probably due to the decrease of grain size, pore distribute and the second phase (redundant Si4+ ions) segregating on the grain boundary which enhanced the bond energy of grain boundary. The optimized concentration of SiO2 doped PMS-PZT ceramics was 0.4 wt% for high power application: d33 = 300 PC/N, Kp = 0.51, Qm = 1500, tand = 0.32% and the fracture strength was 88.5MPa.
Authors: Lina Zhang, Guo Rong Li, Su Chuan Zhao, Liao Ying Zheng, Qing Rui Yin
Abstract: A mixed bismuth layer-structured compound, Bi7Ti4NbO21, has been prepared by the conventional solid state reaction. It showed an orthorhombic symmetry with a = 5.4428, b = 5.4043 and c = 29.041 Å by X-ray powder diffraction analysis. The hysteresis loops as a function of temperature were observed with a standardized ferroelectric test system. The remanent polarization and the coercive field of the material at 140°C were 14.06 µC/cm2 and 78.6 kV/cm, respectively. Thermal dependence of dielectric permittivity showed two-phase transitions at around 670°C and 845°C, which were also investigated by TSC and DSC. Finally, piezoelectric properties were obtained with a piezoelectric coefficient d33 = 10 pC/N. It was observed that Bi7Ti4NbO21 underwent a ferroelectric–paraelectric phase transition at 845°C by depolarization experiments.
Authors: Yan Jie Zhang, Zhi Jun Xu, Rui Qing Chu, Ji Gong Hao, Guo Rong Li, Qing Rui Yin, Pei Ying Zhu, Xin Wu, Qing Jun Lu, Lei Ding
Abstract: Sr2Bi (4-x/3) Ti (5-x) VxO18 (x = 0.0-0.06) (SBTV) ceramics were prepared by a solid-state reaction method, and the ferroelectric and dielectric properties of the ceramics were investigated with respect to the amount of V deficiency. XRD analysis indicated that the oxide compounds were Aurivillius phases. The Curie temperature of SBTV ceramics was improved by doping of certain amount of V. The V deficiency also led to a steady increase in the density together with a decrease in the coercive field. For the ceramics with x = 0.06, the properties become optimum: d33 = 19 pC/N, Tc = 306oC, Ec = 43.7 KV/cm.
Authors: Yong Zhang, Ai Li Ding, Xi Yun He, Zi Ping Cao, Qing Rui Yin
Abstract: Polycrystalline dysprosium (Dy) doped PLZT ceramics with compositional formula [Pb0.88 (La1-xDyx)0.12](Zr0.40 Ti0.60)O3] were prepared by hot-pressed solid-state method. Dy3+ concentration x varied from 0 to 0.5. All samples present single phase with tetragonal structure and the tetragonality was increased with increasing Dy3+ content. The Raman spectra indicated that Dy3+ ions could be distributed in both A and B site of ABO3 perovskite structure depending on the doping amounts.
Authors: Zh.J. Xu, Rui Qing Chu, Bao Shan Li, Guo Rong Li, Qing Rui Yin
Abstract: Pb(Mn1/3Nb2/3)O3-Pb(Ti,Zr)O3 (PMnN-PZT) powders were synthesized by a hybrid method of sol-gel and ultrasonic atomization. The study shows that the resulting powder is pure, homogeneous and possesses a reasonably fine particle size. It is also believed to be applicable to other materials that can be processed via the technique.
Authors: Zhi Gang Zhu, Bao Shan Li, Guo Rong Li, Xiang Ping Jiang, Qing Rui Yin
Abstract: The use of lead zirconate titanate ceramics for high power application must have superior mechanical properties, the composition Pb0.98Sr0.02(Mn1/3Sb2/3)0.05Zro.48Ti0.47O3 + x wt% SiO2 (x = 0-1.0) have been studied for this purpose. The microstructures were observed to study the improvement of mechanical properties by SEM and TEM. The nano-scale secondary phase of SiO2 and PbSiO3 were observed on the grain boundary and the twinned ZrO2 was found surrounded by PMS-PZT perovskite phase. The mechanism to the occurrence of twinned ZrO2 and its content increased with increasing Si concentration are discussed in the paper. The occurrence of the nonferroelectric phase such as ZrO2, SiO2 and PbSiO3 on the grain boundary should be the main reason for great improvement of fracture strength.
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