The grain-size dependence of the electromechanical properties in lead zirconate-titanate ceramics: M38-8/69E-PDF

"The dependence of the electromechanical properties of unmodified lead zirconate-titanate ceramics on the grain size of the ceramic has been determined for materials with compositions on both sides of the rhombohedral/tetragonal boundary. High-density ceramics with average grain diameters from about 1.5μm to 8μm were examined. It was found that the dielectric constant before poling, and the dielectric and mechanical losses all decreased with increasing grain size. The coercive field was found to be largely independent of grain size in the range examined"--Abstract, p. xli.

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Title The grain-size dependence of the electromechanical properties in lead zirconate-titanate ceramics
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Language [English]
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Note Cover title. "Reprinted from Canadian Ceramic Society Journal, Voulme 37 - July-August 1968, Pages 41-44." Historical publication digitized from print 2017 [by Natural Resources Canada].
Date 1968.
Number of Pages p. xli-xliv :
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Departmental Catalogue Number 300148
Subject Terms Ceramics