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Title: Electrical properties of relaxor ferroelectric PMCT-PT-ZnO ceramic
Authors: Prasad, S
Prasad, K
Choudhary, S N
Sinha, T P
Keywords: Relaxor ferroelectrics
Diffuse phase transition
Transition temperature
Dielectric properties
Issue Date: Apr-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Polycrystalline samples of 0.85Pb[(Mg₂/₃Cd₁/₃)₁/₃Ta₂/₃]O₃-0.15PbTiO₃ with 7.5% of ZnO having a tetragonal perovskite type structure have been prepared using high temperature solid-state reaction method. Dielectric studies indicate relaxor behaviour with diffuse phase transition. High value of Ɛm > 3000 is realized with Tm (phase transition temperature) at 43ºC at 1 kHz. Fitting of dielectric data using Vogel-Fulcher relationship indicates that the system is analogous to magnetic relaxation in spin-glass system with polarization fluctuations above a static freezing temperature. Cole-Cole analyses showed the non-Debye type relaxation in the system. The electrical conduction in the system may be due to the short-range translational hopping of charge carriers.
Page(s): 163-166
ISSN: 0971-4588
Source:IJEMS Vol.15(2) [April 2008]

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