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作者:John Wang , Xue Junmin , Wan Dongmei ...
来源:[J].Solid State Ionics(IF 2.046), 1999, Vol.124 (3), pp.271-279
摘要:... Nanocrystallites of perovskite PMN are triggered to form in a highly activated oxide composition consisting of PbO, MgO and Nb 2 O 5 . Unlike in the solid state reaction of constituent oxides at high temperatures, intermediate pyrochlore phases were not observed in the activ...
作者:Fatemeh Rahimi , Shamara P. Collins , Christos S. Ferekides ...
来源:[J].Organic Electronics(IF 3.836), 2018, Vol.62, pp.304-310
摘要:Abstract(#br)Organo-metal halides are the new generation of functional materials formed on a perovskite framework, ABX 3 . Despite the high throughput of these semiconductors, they are prone to long-term degradation. A degradation process that is still far from understood. This...
作者:Toyoto Sato , Dag Noréus , Hiroyuki Takeshita ...
来源:[J].Journal of Solid State Chemistry(IF 2.04), 2005, Vol.178 (11), pp.3381-3388
摘要:Abstract(#br)The stability and electronic structure of perovskite hydrides AB H 3 were investigated by means of first-principles density functional calculations. Two types of perovskite hydrides are distinguished: (1) When A and B are alkali and alkaline earth metals, the hy...
作者:Biljana D. Stojanovic
来源:[J].Journal of Materials Processing Tech.(IF 1.953), 2003, Vol.143, pp.78-81
摘要:... The accumulated deformation energy determines irreversible changes of crystal structure and consequently microstructure resulting in the change of their properties. Mechanochemical processing route has been developed recently for the production of intermetallic and alloy comp...
作者:T. Nagai , W. Ito , T. Sakon
来源:[J].Solid State Ionics(IF 2.046), 2006, Vol.177 (39), pp.3433-3444
摘要:Abstract(#br)In SrCoO 3– δ (SC)-based mixed conductors, cation substitution is necessary to stabilize the high-oxygen permeable perovskite structure, but the dose of the substitution should be minimized to avoid degradation of permeability. To clarify the relation between ...
作者:Huiqing Fan , Seung-Ho Lee , Chang-Bun Yoon ...
来源:[J].Journal of the European Ceramic Society(IF 2.36), 2002, Vol.22 (9), pp.1699-1704
摘要:... The perovskite structure stabilization of PZN based ceramics and their respective thin films has limited their applications in these devices. The crystallization behavior and the development of the perovskite structure in PZN with the addition of Pb(Zr 0.47 Ti 0.53 )O 3 (P...
作者:S. Gowreesan , A. Ruban Kumar
来源:[J].Applied Physics A(IF 1.545), 2017, Vol.123 (11)
摘要:In this work, nanostructure FeMnO3 perovskite material was synthesis by sol–gel auto combustion method using the glycine as a chelating agent for the first time in the literature. The synthesized materials were investigated structural, electrical, and magnetic prop...
作者:Shimin Wang , Jianhong Zhao , Taosheng Zhou ...
来源:[J].Ferroelectrics(IF 0.415), 1997, Vol.195 (1), pp.5-10
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper reported the thermal decomposition process of KTN Gel and the formation process perovskite structure KTN. Two pyrochlore phases formed in the heat treatment process, one was potassium-deficient pyrochlore phase K3Ta5O14...
作者:N. Moulay , M. Ameri , Y. Azaz ...
来源:[J].Materials Science-Poland, 2015, Vol.33 (2), pp.402-413
摘要:Abstract The full potential linear-muffin-tin-orbital method within the spin local density approximation has been used to study the structural, electronic, magnetic and thermodynamic properties of three multiferroic compounds of XFeO3 type. Large values of bulk modulus...
作者:Kiyoshi Fujino , Daisuke Nishio-Hamane , Keisuke Suzuki ...
来源:[J].Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors(IF 2.383), 2009, Vol.177 (3), pp.147-151
摘要:Abstract(#br)High pressure and high temperature experiments on CaSiO 3 , FeSiO 3 , MnSiO 3 and CoSiO 3 using a laser-heated diamond anvil cell combined with synchrotron X-ray diffraction were conducted to explore the perovskite structure of these compounds and the transition t...

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