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Dielectric Properties and Microstructure of Ca5Nb2Ti012 and Ca5Ta2TiO12



Leonid A. Bendersky, J J. Krajewski, R J. Cava


The 1 MHz dielectric properties of Ca5Nb2TiO12 and Ca5Ta2TiO12 compounds were reported recently. Both compounds have a common characteristic dependence of the temperature coefficient of dielectric constant (TCK) and dielectric constant Epilson (sub r) on sintering temperature. For both compounds a TCK5Nb2TiO12 and 1:2 for Ca5Ta2TiO12. Both compounds have a tilting phase transition from the disordered Pm3M to distored Pnma (with the a(super-)b(super+)a(super-) tilt of octahedra) structures at temperatures that coincide with the observed kinks at TA1 and TA2 in the TCK (Ts) and K(Ts) curves.
Journal of European Ceramic Society
21 No. 15


Ca<sub>5</sub>Nb<sub>2</sub>TiO<sub>12</sub> and Ca<sub>5</sub>T, dieledtric properties, electron microscopy, functional applications, sintering


Bendersky, L. , Krajewski, J. and Cava, R. (2001), Dielectric Properties and Microstructure of Ca<sub>5</sub>Nb<sub>2</sub>Ti0<sub>12</sub> and Ca<sub>5</sub>Ta<sub>2</sub>TiO<sub>12</sub>, Journal of European Ceramic Society (Accessed April 17, 2024)
Created January 1, 2001, Updated February 17, 2017