By K. M. Nair, Ruyan Guo, Amar S. Bhalla, D. Suvorov, S.-I. Hirano
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Using the same approach, gadolinium gluconate was synthesized by reaction of gadolinium carbonate with gluconic acid in refluxing water. After the gadolinium carbonate had entirely reacted as indicated by complete dissolution, a stoichiometric amount of molybdenum trioxide (molar ratio Gd:Mo of 2:3) was added to the refluxing reaction mixture. Under these conditions, M0O3 quickly dissolved as the soluble complex, Gd2[Mo02(C6H,o07)2]3*18H20 (Figure 3). The product is heavily hydrated indicating that the metal ions are highly hydrated.
As a result, all of the BaTi03 particles were always composed of two parts; (a) surface cubic layer and (b) bulk tetragonal layer. Moreover, a thickness of surface cubic layer for BaTi03 particles prepared in vacuum was much thinner than that for the BaTiÛ3 particles prepared in air. Thus, to explain these differences, a new model on the basis of "surface relaxation" was proposed. On the other hand, Raman scattering measurements for the BaTi03 particles resulted in a similar vibration behavior of optical phonons, except for soft mode, between size-induced and temperature-induced phase transitions.
24 Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices CONCLUSIONS Two different preparation methods using barium titanyl oxalate were applied to obtain BaTiÛ3 particles. The BaTi03 particles prepared in vacuum and air were characterized by various methods, and it was confirmed that these particles were defect-free, impurity-free BaTi03 particles with relative densities over 99 %. Moreover, particle sizes ranged from 17 nm to 1,000 nm. The powder dielectric measurement for these BaTi03 particles revealed that a dielectric constant maximum of 15,000 was observed at 70 nm for the BaTi03 fine particles prepared in vacuum of 10"2 torr while the dielectric constant maximum of 5,000 was observed at 140 nm for the BaTiÛ3 fine particles prepared in air.
Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices, Volume 174 by K. M. Nair, Ruyan Guo, Amar S. Bhalla, D. Suvorov, S.-I. Hirano