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Magnetic, ferroelectric, and multiferroic metal oxides

Author: Biljana D Stojanović
Publisher: Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, [2018]
Series: Metal oxides series.
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This volume covers the fundamental and theoretical aspects of ferroics and magnetoelectrics, their properties and important technological applications, serving as the most comprehensive, up-to-date reference on the subject.

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Magnetic, ferroelectric, and multiferroic metal oxides.
Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, [2018]
(OCoLC)1000045487
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Biljana D Stojanović
ISBN: 9780128111819 012811181X
OCLC Number: 1018307011
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Front Cover --
Magnetic, Ferroelectric, and Multiferroic Metal Oxides --
Copyright Page --
Contents --
List of contributors --
About the series editor --
About the editor --
Preface to the series --
Preface --
Introduction to ferroics and multiferroics: Essential background --
References --
I. Ferroelectric Metal Oxides --
I. Ferroelectrics: Fundamentals --
1 General view of ferroelectrics: Origin of ferroelectricity in metal oxide ferroelectrics and ferroelectric properties --
1.1 Introduction --
1.2 Macroscopic phenomenological theory of ferroelectric phase transitions --
1.3 Microscopic theory of ferroelectrics: the mean field --
1.4 Dynamic properties of ferroelectrics: theory --
1.5 Raman, infrared, and dielectric spectroscopy of ferroelectrics --
1.6 Other spectroscopic techniques --
1.7 The size and mechanical strain effect in ferroelectric ceramics and thin films --
1.8 Summary --
References --
2 Perovskite and Aurivillius: Types of ferroelectric metal oxides --
2.1 Introduction --
2.2 Perovskite structure --
2.2.1 Substitutions in the barium titanate lattice --
2.3 Aurivillius type of ferroelectric metal oxides --
2.3.1 Crystal structure of the Aurivillius type of compounds --
2.3.2 Substitution in Aurivillius type of structure --
2.4 Summary --
References --
3 Lead-free perovskite ferroelectrics --
3.1 Introduction --
3.2 Alkaline niobates --
3.3 Alkaline bismuth titanates --
3.4 Barium titanate-based piezoelectrics --
3.5 Conclusions --
Acknowledgments --
References --
4 Perovskite layer-structured ferroelectrics --
4.1 General overview --
4.2 Physical properties --
4.2.1 Single and bilayer bismuth layer-structured ferroelectrics --
4.2.2 Multilayer bismuth layer-structured ferroelectrics (mâ℗#x9C;{605}3) --
4.2.2.1 m=3 --
4.2.2.2 m=4 --
4.2.2.3 mâ℗#x9C;{605}5 --
Acknowledgements --
References --
II. Ferroelectric Metal Oxides: Synthesis and Deposition. 8.2.3 BaTiO3 thin films: Preparation techniques, the influence of intrinsic and extrinsic contributions on the functional p ... --
8.2.4 BaTiO3 one-dimensional nanostructures: Preparation and properties --
8.3 Recent approach to nanosized BaTiO3-based systems --
8.3.1 Introduction --
8.3.2 Undoped and doped BaTiO3 nanopowders prepared by wet-chemical methods --
8.3.3 Undoped and doped nanostructured BaTiO3 ceramics consolidated by spark plasma sintering --
8.3.4 Undoped and homovalently doped multilayer BaTiO3 thin films --
8.3.4.1 Multilayer BaTiO3 thin films prepared by RF-magnetron sputtering --
8.3.4.2 Multilayer Ba(Ti, Zr)O3 thin films prepared by the sol-gel method --
8.3.5 Donor-doped BaTiO3 one-dimensional nanostructures prepared by template-mediated colloidal chemistry --
8.4 Conclusions and trends --
Acknowledgements --
References --
9 Ecological, lead-free ferroelectrics --
9.1 Lead-free ferroelectrics --
9.2 Preparation of lead-free piezoelectric ceramics with perovskite structure --
9.3 Properties of lead-free piezoelectric ceramics --
9.3.1 Aurivillius-type structure ceramics --
9.3.2 Alkaline niobates --
9.3.3 Bismuth-sodium titanates --
9.3.4 Barium-calcium titanate-zirconate --
9.3.5 Comparative data on properties for lead-free compositions --
9.4 Future trends in the development of lead-free ferropiezoelectric ceramics --
References --
III. Ferroelectric Metal Oxides Application --
10 Compositionally-graded ferroelectric ceramics and multilayers for electronic and sensing applications --
10.1 Review of the current situation --
10.2 Recent results --
10.2.1 Graded bulk BST (Ba, Sr)TiO3 ceramics --
10.2.2 Graded epitaxial multilayers --
10.3 Conclusions and trends --
References --
11 Review of the most common relaxor ferroelectrics and their applications --
11.1 Introduction --
11.2 Lead-based perovskite relaxors. 11.2.1 Lead magnesium niobate (PMN) --
11.2.2 PLZT --
11.2.3 Lead zinc niobate (PZN) --
11.3 Bismuth-layered perovskite relaxors --
11.3.1 BaBi2Ta2O9 and BaBi2Nb2O9 --
11.3.2 BaBi4Ti4O15 --
References --
Further reading --
12 Tunable ferroelectrics for frequency agile microwave and THz devices --
12.1 Introduction --
12.2 Techniques for measuring permittivity at microwave frequencies --
12.2.1 General properties of ferroelectric materials and figure of merit for microwave applications --
12.2.2 Microwave characterization techniques of ferroelectric materials --
12.2.2.1 Nonresonant methods --
Reflection method --
Transmission/reflection method --
12.2.2.2 Resonant methods --
Resonator method --
Resonant-perturbation method --
Coplanar resonator method --
12.3 Ferroelectrics at THz frequencies --
References --
13 Piezoelectric energy harvesting device based on quartz as a power generator --
13.1 Introduction --
13.2 Low-power piezoelectric EH generator --
13.2.1 The quartz --
13.2.2 Cutting hard and brittle materials --
13.3 Process manufacturing and functional experiments of quartz EH --
13.4 Conclusion --
References --
14 Nonvolatile memories --
14.1 Introduction --
14.2 Nonvolatile memory device operation --
14.3 Radio frequency-sputtered CaCu3Ti4O12 thin film --
14.4 Spin-coated CaCu3Ti4O12 thin films --
References --
II. Magnetic and Multiferroic Metal Oxides --
IV. Magnetic Oxides: Ferromagnetics, Antiferromagnetics and Ferrimagnetics --
15 Theory of ferrimagnetism and ferrimagnetic metal oxides --
15.1 Introduction --
15.2 Magnetic fields in materials --
15.3 Magnetisms --
15.3.1 Diamagnetism --
15.3.2 Paramagnetism --
15.3.3 Antiferromagnetism --
15.3.4 Ferromagnetism --
15.3.5 Ferrimagnetism --
15.4 Ferrites --
15.4.1 Spinel ferrites --
15.4.2 Garnet ferrites --
15.4.3 Hexaferrites --
15.5 Theoretical aspects of ferrimagnetism. 15.5.1 Superexchange in spinel ferrites --
15.5.2 Ion distribution in spinel ferrites --
15.5.2.1 Columbus energy --
15.5.2.2 Crystal field effect --
15.5.2.3 Covalent effect --
15.5.2.4 Short-range interaction energy --
15.5.2.5 Ordering in spinel ferrites --
15.5.2.6 Superexchange in ferrimagnetic ferrites --
15.5.2.7 Néel linear model (molecular field theory) --
15.6 Summary --
References --
16 Metal oxide structure, crystal chemistry, and magnetic properties --
16.1 Magnetic elements/ions --
16.2 Magnetic oxides --
16.3 Magnetism of magnetic oxides --
16.3.1 Magnetism of metal-oxide nanoparticles --
16.4 Representative structures of magnetic oxides --
16.4.1 Spinel structure --
16.4.2 Garnet structure --
16.4.3 Magnetoplumbite structure --
16.4.4 Other common structures in magnetic oxides --
References --
17 Review of methods for the preparation of magnetic metal oxides --
17.1 Introduction --
17.2 Synthesis of metal magnetic oxides --
17.2.1 Chemical methods --
17.2.1.1 Precipitation processing --
17.2.1.2 Microemulsion processing --
17.2.1.3 Sol-gel method --
17.2.1.4 Hydrothermal and solvothermal methods --
17.2.1.5 Thermal decomposition processing --
17.2.1.6 Sonochemical methods --
17.2.1.7 Solution-combustion synthesis (autocombustion processing) --
17.2.2 Physical methods --
17.2.3 Biological methods --
17.3 Synthesis of multiferroic materials --
17.4 Summary --
References --
18 Ferrite-based composites for microwave absorbing applications --
18.1 Introduction --
18.2 Theoretic considerations --
18.2.1 Magnetic resonances --
18.2.1.1 Domain wall resonance --
18.2.1.2 Natural resonance --
18.2.1.3 Permeability spectra of natural resonance --
Intrinsic resonant frequency (fr) --
Damping coefficient (Î<U+00bb>) --
Magnetic dispersions --
18.2.2 Effects on magnetic properties of ferrite composites --
18.2.2.1 Volume concentration.
Series Title: Metal oxides series.
Responsibility: edited by Biljana D. Stojanovic.

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