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Ferroelectrics and Their Applications

Edited by Husein Irzaman

Bogor Agricultural University

Ferroelectricity is a symptom of inevitable electrical polarization changes in materials without external electric field interference. Ferroelectricity is a phenomenon exhibited by crystals with a spontaneous polarization and hysteresis effects associated with dielectric changes when an electric field is given. Our fascination with ferroelectricity is in recognition of a beautiful article by Itskovsky, in which he explains the kinetics of a ferroelectric phase transition in a thin ferroelectric layer (film). We have been researching ferroelectric materials since 2001. There are several materials known for their ferroelectric properties. Barium titanate and barium strontium titanate are the most well known. Several others include tantalum oxide, lead zirconium titanate, gallium nitride, lithium tantalate, aluminium, copper oxide, and lithium niobate. There is still a blue ocean of ferroelectric applications yet to be expounded. It is and hopefully always will be a bright future.

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Ferroelectrics and Their ApplicationsEdited by Husein Irzaman

Published: October 3rd 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73075

ISBN: 978-1-78984-014-8

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-013-1

Copyright year: 2018

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1. Introductory Chapter: Ferroelectrics Material and Their Applications

By Irzaman Husein and Renan Prasta Jenie

193

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2. Ferroelectric Photovoltaic Effect

By Rongli Gao, Zhenhua Wang, Chunlin Fu, Wei Cai, Gang Chen and Xiaoling Deng

260

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3. Nonlinear Optical Effects at Ferroelectric Domain Walls

By Xin Chen, Wieslaw Krolikowski and Yan Sheng

198

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4. About Mathematical Models of Irreversible Polarization Processes of a Ferroelectric and Ferroelastic Polycrystals

By Alexander Skaliukh

159

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5. On the Mechanical and Dielectric Properties of Biocomposites Containing Strontium Titanate Particles

By Amarilis Declet-Vega, Nelson Sepúlveda-Ramos and Oscar Marcelo Suárez

137

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6. Lead Zirconium Titanate Films and Devices Made by a Low- Temperature Solution-Based Process

By Phan Trong Tue and Yuzuru Takamura

175

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7. BaTiO3-Based Lead-Free Electroceramics with Their Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Properties Tuned by Ca2+, Sn4+ and Zr4+ Substitution Useful for Electrostrictive Device Application

By Bharat G. Baraskar, Pravin S. Kadhane, Tulshidas C. Darvade, Ajit R. James and Rahul C. Kambale

247

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8. Preparation and Device Applications of Ferroelectric β-PVDF Films

By Liuxia Ruan, Donghai Zhang, Junwei Tong, Jianli Kang, Yufang Chang, Lianqun Zhou, Gaowu Qin and Xianmin Zhang

248

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