Ferroelectrics, Vol. 1

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V. Alexander Stefan
Stefan University Press, Aug 16, 2002 - Science - 209 pages
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CONTENTS   Preface, XI

 

List of Contributors, XIII

 

Part I. REPORTS.

                                                                                                                       

Materials Parameters Determining the Performance of 3-3 Piezocomposites

C.R. Bowen, A. Perry, R. Stevens, and S. Mahon..............................................   3


Dielectric Permittivity and Hysteresis of  PZT Aerogels

Stefan Geis, Jochen Fricke................................................................................   23

 

Superfine Anomalies of the Cubic-Tetragonal Transition in the
Perovskite-Type Ferroelectrics Detected by “mk-stabilized cell”

Akira Kojima, Yukio Yoshimura, Hiroshi Iwasaki,
and Ken-ichi Tozaki.......................................................................................... 33

 

NMR Study on m3h(seo4)2 (m: k, rb)

Yasumitsu Matsuo, Keisuke Takahashi, and Seiichiro Ikehata............................. 51

 

Photovoltaic Effect in Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 (PZT)-Based Ceramics and
Development for Photostrictor Application

Kazuhiro Nonaka, Morito Akiyama, Chao-Nan Xu,
Tsuyoshi Hagio, and Akira Takase.................................................................... 65

 

Novel Electronic Phase Transition in ii-vi Ferroelectric
Semiconductor znO

A. Onodera and H. Satoh................................................................................. 93

 

Brillouin Scattering Study of Structural Phase Transition

in the kno3 Crystal

Yasunari Takagi............................................................................................... 113

 

New Technologies for Future FeRAMs

K. Uchiyama, M. Kazumura, Y. Shimada, T. Otsuki,
N. Solayappan, V. Joshi, and C.A. Paz de Araujo............................................... 125      

 

NANOCRYSTALLINE PEROVSKITE FILMS: FERROELECTRICS
AND RELAXORS  
             C. Ziebert, J.K. Krüger, H. Schmitt, A. Sternberg
             K.-H. Ehses, M. Marx................................................................................... 135      






Part II. BRIEF REPORTS

 

Studies of Ferroelectric Thin Film and Film-Based Device Processes
via In Situ Analytic Techniques

O. Auciello, S.K. Streiffer, G.B. Stephenson, J.A. Eastman, G. Bai,
A.R. Krauss, J. Im, A.M. Dhote, C. Thompson, E.A. Irene, Y. Gao,
A.H. Muller, M.J. Bedzyk, A. Kazimirov, D. Marasco, V.P. Dravid,
A. Gruverman, S. Aggarwal, R. Ramesh, S.-H. Kim, A.I. Kingon,
and C.B. Eom.................................................................................................. 155

 

The Spherical Random Bond – Random Field Model of Relaxor
Ferroelectrics: Theory and Experiments

R. Blinc, R. Pirc, B. Zalar, and A. Gregorovic.................................................... 159
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Stabilization of Ferroelectricity in Quantum Paraelectrics by

Isotopic Substitution

A. Bussmann-Holder, H. Buttner, and A.R. Bishop............................................ 165

 

New Understanding of the Phases Transition Mechanism of

Hydrogen-Bonded Ferroelectrics

A. Bussmann-Holder, Naresh Dalal, Riqiang Fu, and Ricardo Migoni................... 167

 

Two Dimensional Ferroelectrics

V.M. Fridkin, L.M. Blinov, S.P. Palto, S.G. Yudin, S. Ducharme,
P.A. Dowben, and A.V. Bune.......................................................................... 169

 

Ferroelastic Twinning in Some Extremely Plastic Crystals

Lyubov Kirpichnikova....................................................................................... 171

 

Investigation of the Anisotropy of srbi2ta2o9 and srbi2nb2o9

Through Epitaxial Growth

J. Lettieri, M.A. Zurbuchen, Y. Jia, D.G. Schlom, S.K. Streiffer,
and M.E. Hawley............................................................................................. 173

 

New Ideas in Relaxor Theory

R.F. Mamin..................................................................................................... 179

 

Evaluation of Ferroelectric Domains in Lead Zirconate Titanate

Ceramics by Poling Fields

Toshio Ogawa.................................................................................................. 181

 

Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposited Ceramic Thin Films for

Future Memory Applications

M. Schumacher, J. Lindner, F. Schienle, D. Burgess,
P. Strzyzewski, M. Dauelsberg, E. Merz, and H. Juergensen............................... 185

 



Dynamic and Static Aspects of the Antiferroelectric Phase Transition
in rb3h1-xdx(so4)2 Crystals: An 87rb-nmr Study

Andreas Titze and Roland Boehmer.................................................................. 187

 

Key Word Index………………………………………………………………………. 189    
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Contents of FERROELECTRICS.Vol.2.

Frontier in Science and Technology Series. List of Titles.

 

FSRC BOOKS of ABSTRACTS in Science and Technology
Conference Series. List of Titles.

F S R C. A Brief Info.

  

 

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Contents

I
3
III
23
V
33
VII
51
IX
65
XI
93
XIV
113
XVI
125
XXV
165
XXIX
167
XXX
169
XXXIII
171
XXXIV
173
XXXVIII
179
XXXIX
181
XL
185

XVIII
135
XX
155
XXIII
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About the author (2002)

V. Alexander STEFAN is known for his research  in various areas of plasma physics and controlled thermonuclear fusion, and his novel Doctor Faustef (versus Lucifer in the Fight for Immortality of the Human Race).

He has performed scientific research in many of the world's leading research centers, such as P. N. Lebedev Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Vladislav Alexander STEFAN  is a founding member of The STEFAN UNIVERSITY, and  a founder/series-editor for several book series. 

STEFAN is the inventor of the ultra short wavelength beat-wave driven free electron laser. His current research is focused on laser neurophysics, laser genomic physics, and laser stem cell physics. V. Alexander STEFAN is engaged in the film production within the  V. Alexander STEFAN FILM STUDIOS [us].
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