The ferroelectric domain layer interface wave in multiple domain layered structure

Li, Xingjiao; Li, Yibing; Lei, Yiwu; Cross, L. E.
September 1991
Journal of Applied Physics;9/15/1991, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p3209
Academic Journal
Presents a theoretical analysis of the ferroelectric layer interface wave in a multiple domain layered structure. Plate modes in piezoelectric multilayered structures; Cases of the interaction of multiple domain layers; Orientation of domain and the coordination system.


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