Influence of 180 degrees domains on ferroelectric properties of BaTiO[sub 3] single crystal

Nakao, Osamu; Tomomatsu, Kazuhiko
October 1992
Applied Physics Letters;10/5/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 14, p1730
Academic Journal
Investigates the influence of the 180-degree domains of the ferroelectric properties of barium titanium trioxide single crystal. Removal of the domain walls of the single crystal; Measurement of the dielectric constant; Variation of the dielectric spectra with the rearrangement of the domain configuration.


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