Piezoelectric and Electrostrictive Materials for Transducers Applications. Volume 3
Final rept. 1 Feb 1991-31 Jan 1992,
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK MATERIALS RESEARCH LAB
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Contents Distribution Functions of Coexisting Phases in a Complete Solid Solution System The Glassy Behaviour of Relaxor Ferroelectrics The Dielectric Relaxation of Lead Magnesium Niobate Relaxor Ferroelectrics Anelastic Relaxation and Internal Strain in Lead Magnesium Niobate Relaxors Dipolar-Glass Model for Lead Magnesium Niobate, Ferroelectric Properties of Lead Barium Niobate Compositions Near the Morphotropic Phase Boundary, Pyroelectric Properties of Lead Barium Niobate Single Crystals, Microstructure-Property Relations in Tungsten Bronze Lead Barium Niobate, Pb1-xBaxNb2O6, An Investigation of the Lead Scandium Tantalate-Lead Titanate Solid Solution System, Pyroelectric Response and Depolarization Behaviour of 1-xPbSc12 Ta12O3 - xPbTiO3 Materials, Pyroelectric and Dielectric Properties of PMN- Based Ceramics Under DC Bias, Chemical Reactions of Lead Magnesium Niobate Titanate in the Presence of a Glass, La2Ti2O7 Ceramics, Effects of pH and H2O2 Upon Coprecipitated PbTiO3 Powders, and Kinetics of the Hydrothermal Crystallization of the Perovskite Lead Titanate.
- Electricity and Magnetism