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Innovative architectures in ferroelectric multi-materials: Chemistry, interfaces and strain

Abstract : Breakthroughs can be expected in multi-component ceramics by adjusting the phase assembly and the micro–nanostructure. Controlling the architecture of multi-materials at different scales is still challenging and provides a great opportunity to broaden the range of functionalities in the field of ferroelectric-based ceramics. We used the potentialities of Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) to control a number of key parameters regarding the properties: anisotropy, interfaces, grain size and strain effects. The flexibility of the wet and supercritical chemistry routes associated with the versatility of SPS allowed designing newferroelectric composite ceramics at different scales. These approaches are illustrated through various examples based on our work on ferroelectric/dielectric composites.
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Catherine Elissalde, U-Chan Chung, Gilles Philippot, Julien Lesseur, Romain Berthelot, et al.. Innovative architectures in ferroelectric multi-materials: Chemistry, interfaces and strain. Journal of Advanced Dielectrics, 2015, vol. 5 (n° 2), pp. 1-11. ⟨hal-01451103⟩



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