Polymeric Synthesis of Perovskite Powders and Films
Recent breakthroughs in the processing of materials have increased the probability of success of electronic ceramics in component integration. The include: the development of organic derived sources of oxides which can be processed at lower temperatures and can be used as precursosrs for bulk and film devices. The latter, known as the “polymer precursor” or “liquid mix” technique is thr focus of this work. The synthesized perovskite powders are of the general formula ABO3, where the A and B cations occupy 12 and 6 coordinated sites, respectively.The liquid mix process appears to be very useful for production of sinterable and homogeneous ABO3 type powders with the required purity level and dopant content for the electronic industry.
H. U. Anderson et al., "Polymeric Synthesis of Perovskite Powders and Films," NIST Special Publication, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Jan 1991.
Materials Science and Engineering
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