Phase formation, microstructure development, and copper co-firing of barium titanate - bismuth zinc titanate and related dielectrics
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Technological advancements in power electronics devices require the development of capacitors that are capable of operating at elevated temperature and under large applied electric fields. The BaTiO3 – Bi(M)O3 family of dielectrics (where M represents a net-trivalent cation or cation pair) has proven to be a promising alternative to currently available X7R- and C0G-type capacitors. However, much is yet to be known about this class of materials in order to enable design optimization and proper integration into industrial applications. This work studies the effects of atomic structure, phase ...