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Magnetoelectric Coupling And Phase Transition In BiFeO3 And (BiFeO3)0.95(BaTiO3)0.05 Ceramics

Tian Hui Wang, Chi-Shun Tu, H.-Y. Chen, Yonghua Ding, T.-C. Lin, Yeong-Der Yao, Victor Hugo Schmidt, Kuo Tsai Wu
Published 2011 · Physics
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In situ high-resolution synchrotron x-ray diffraction reveals a local minimum in rhombohedral distortion angle αR (associated with an inflection in the lattice constant aR) near 400 and 350 °C in BiFeO3 (BFO) and (BiFeO3)0.95(BaTiO3)0.05 (BFO–5%BT), respectively. It suggests a coupling between ferroelectric and magnetic parameters near the antiferromagnetic–paramagnetic transition, which is responsible for the broad frequency-dependent dielectric maxima. A rhombohedral (R)–orthorhombic (O)–cubic (C) transition sequence takes place near 820 and 850 °C in BFO upon heating. BFO–5%BT exhibits a R–C transition near 830 °C. The BaTiO3 substitution can enhance dielectric and ferromagnetic responses and reduce electric leakage. The dielectric loss of BFO–5%BT remains less than 0.04 below 150 °C.
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