Suppression of Dielectric Loss at High Temperature in (Bi1/2Na1/2)TiO3 Ceramic by Controlling A-site Cation Deficiency and Heat Treatment
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- Suppression of Dielectric Loss at High Temperature in (Bi1/2Na1/2)TiO3 Ceramic by Controlling A-site Cation Deficiency and Heat Treatment
- Lee, Ju-Hyeon; Lee, Geon-Ju; Pham, Thuy-Linh; Lee, Jong-Sook; Jo, Wook
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- JOURNAL OF SENSOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, v.29, no.1, pp.7 - 13
- Dielectric capacitors are integral components in electronic devices that protect the electric circuit by providing modulated steady voltage. Explosive growth of the electric automobile market has resulted in an increasing demand for dielectric capacitors that can operate at temperatures as high as 400oC. To surpass the operation temperature limit of currently available commercial capacitors that operate in temperatures up to 125oC, Bi1/2Na1/2TiO3 (BNT), which has a large temperature-insensitive dielectric response with a maximum dielectric permittivity temperature of 300oC, was selected. By introducing an intentional A-site cation deficiency and post-heat treatment, we successfully manage to control the dielectric properties of BNT to use it for high-temperature applications. The key feature of this new BNT is remarkable reduction in dielectric loss (0.36 to 0.018) at high temperature (300oC). Structural, dielectric, and electrical properties of this newly developed BNT were systematically investigated to understand the underlying mechanism.
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