Structure Property Relationships in Core-Shell BaTiO₃-LiF Ceramics
A sintering, microstructural development and dielectric property study of BaTiO3-LiF ceramics was performed to assess the potential application of low-fired multilayer capacitors. Not only does LiF allow for sintering below 1000 °C, it also allows for the manipulation of dielectric properties and interfaces within BaTiO3-LiF ceramics. Using mixing laws, a model of the dielectric properties of the core-shell microstructures is presented that agrees well with the observed experimental data.
C. A. Randall et al., "Structure Property Relationships in Core-Shell BaTiO₃-LiF Ceramics," Journal of Materials Research, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 871-879, Cambridge University Press, Apr 1993.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1557/JMR.1993.0871
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Barium titanate; Ceramic capacitors; Crystal microstructure; Dielectric properties; Lithium compounds; Mathematical models; Sintering; Core shell ceramics; Lithium fluoride; Structure property relationships; Ceramic materials
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01 Apr 1993