Electrical properties and poling of BaTiO[sub 3] thin films

Lu, H.A.; Wills, L.A.
May 1994
Applied Physics Letters;5/30/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 22, p2973
Academic Journal
Examines the dielectric and ferroelectric properties and poling of BaTiO[sub 3] thin films deposited on Pt coated MgO substrates. Observation of dielectric constants and absence of ferroelectric hysteresis; Effect of applying an electric field on the constants; Dependence of the properties on film microstructures.


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