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J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 33(11); 1996 > Article
Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 1996;33(11): 1292.
전장하에서 PLZTd의 반강유전-강유전 상전이의 동시적 X-선 회절 측정
고태경, 조동수, 강현구
인하대학교 무기재료공학과
Simulataneous X-ray Diffraction Measurements of the Antiferroelectric-ferroelectric Phase Transition of PLZT under Electric Field
In-site X-ray diffraction measurements under electric field up to 20kV/ cm were carried out on PLZT (x/70/30) with x=7.5, 8.0, 8.5, and 10.5 All of PLZT belonged to cubic phases. At x=7.5, 8.0 and 8.5 PLZT behaved as an antiferroelectric under low electric fields up to 4-8 kV/cm. PLZT became ferroelectric at the higher electric fields. The high-temperature measurements on the dielectric constants of PLZT with x=7.5, 8.0 and 8.5 showed that they were similar to relaxor ferroelectrics and underwent a diffuse phase transition from antiferroelectrics to paraelectrics at 50-7$0^{circ}C$. Their P-E hysteresis curves confirmed that they were antifer-roelectrics. The broad distribution of Curie points suggests that there is a significant disorder of cations and vacances in the crystal structure of those PLZT due to La-substitution. The variation of the lattice strain of PLZT(10.5/70/30) with electic field was very small and did not show any hysteresis confirming that it was paraelectric. The degree of the electric-induced strain variation decreased as La doping increased. In PLZT(7.5/70/30) the intensity of 110 reflection changes sensitively by applying electric field. Some domains with polarization parallel to [110] appeared to be developed in the field-induced ferroelectric phase of the PLZT
Key words: PLZT, Antiferroelectric, X-ray diffraction, Electric field, Strain
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