Papers by Keyword: BaTi1-xSnxO3

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Authors: S. Marković, M. Mitrić, Č. Jovalekić, M. Miljković
Abstract: Multilayered BaTi1-xSnxO3 (BTS) ceramics with different Ti/Sn ratios were produced by pressing and sintering at 1420 oC for 2 hours. X-ray diffractometry, scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive spectroscopy were used for structural, microstructural and elemental analysis, respectively. The dielectric and ferroelectric behavior of sintered samples was studied, too. It is found that in ingredient materials, with increasing Sn content, the tetragonality decreases; Curie temperature moves towards room temperature, while the maximum of the dielectric constant increases, and also, they becomes less hysteretic. It is noticed that multilayered BTS ceramics with different Ti/Sn contents have a broad transition temperature and show a relatively high dielectric constant in a wide temperature range. It is shown that dielectric properties of these materials may be modified by a combination of different BTS powders as well as layers number.
Authors: S. Marković, M. Mitrić, N. Cvjetićanin, Dragan P. Uskokovic
Abstract: BaTi1-xSnxO3 (BTS) powders, with x ranging from 0 to 1, were synthesized by solid-state reaction technique. The powders were pressed into pellets and sintered at 1370 and 1420 oC. The structural characterization of sintered BTS samples was made at room temperature using X-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy measurements. The BTS samples were found to be singlephase solid solutions. Dielectric properties of sintered BTS samples were studied as a function of sintering temperatures and tin contents, too. For samples with x ranging from 0 up to 0.15, it has been found that the Curie temperature decreases while the maximum of the dielectric constant increases with increasing tin content. These samples have relatively high dielectric constants, contrary to x > 0.2 samples with very low dielectric constants. It is noticed that BTS ceramics sintered at 1420 oC exhibit better dielectric properties than those sintered at 1370 oC.
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