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A quantitative model for stabilization effect induced by ferroelectric aging

The stabilization effect, an increase of the reverse transition temperature T C with ferroelectric aging time, was recently found in acceptor doped ferroelectrics. Such an effect has found a microscopic explanation in the symmetry-conforming principle of point defects, which also accounts for a simi... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Applied Physics 15 June 2011, Vol.109(12)
Main Author: Bao, Huixin
Other Authors: Xue, Dezhen , Wang, Yu , Gao, Jinghui , Zhang, Lixue , Yang, Sen , Yadav, K. L. , Ren, Xiaobing
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ID: ISSN: 0021-8979 ; E-ISSN: 1089-7550 ; DOI: 10.1063/1.3596605
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description: The stabilization effect, an increase of the reverse transition temperature T C with ferroelectric aging time, was recently found in acceptor doped ferroelectrics. Such an effect has found a microscopic explanation in the symmetry-conforming principle of point defects, which also accounts for a similar stabilization effect in ferroelastic/martensite materials. However, such a microscopic model is difficult to use to make a quantitative/semiquantitative evaluation of the aging process. In the present work, we propose a single-domain thermodynamic model that provides a semiquantitative fit to the experimentally observed stabilization kinetics. Furthermore, it predicts a new aspect of ferroelectric aging: the decrease of latent heat Δ H of the reverse transition with aging time. Such a prediction was confirmed via experimental differential scanning calorimetry results.
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abstractThe stabilization effect, an increase of the reverse transition temperature T C with ferroelectric aging time, was recently found in acceptor doped ferroelectrics. Such an effect has found a microscopic explanation in the symmetry-conforming principle of point defects, which also accounts for a similar stabilization effect in ferroelastic/martensite materials. However, such a microscopic model is difficult to use to make a quantitative/semiquantitative evaluation of the aging process. In the present work, we propose a single-domain thermodynamic model that provides a semiquantitative fit to the experimentally observed stabilization kinetics. Furthermore, it predicts a new aspect of ferroelectric aging: the decrease of latent heat Δ H of the reverse transition with aging time. Such a prediction was confirmed via experimental differential scanning calorimetry results.
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