Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications

Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications: Grains, Domains, Interfaces and the Engineering Methods presents methods of engineering nanostructures in ferroelectric films to improve their performance in energy harvesting and conversion and storage. Ferroelectric films, which have broad applications, including the emerging energy technology, usually consist of nanoscale inhomogeneities. For polycrystalline films, the size and distribution of nano-grains determines the macroscopic properties, especially the field-induced polarization response. For epitaxial films, the energy of internal long-range electric and elastic fields during their growth are minimized by formation of self-assembled nano-domains. This book is an accessible reference for both instructors in academia and R&D professionals. Provides the necessary components for the systematic study of the structure-property relationship in ferroelectric thin film materials using case studies in energy applications Written by leading experts in the research areas of piezoelectrics, electrocalorics, ferroelectric dielectrics (especially in capacitive energy storage), ferroelectric domains, and ferroelectric-Si technology Includes a well balanced mix of theoretical design and simulation, materials processing and integration, and dedicated characterization methods of the involved nanostructures

Produk Detail:

  • Author : Jun Ouyang
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 384 pages
  • ISBN : 0128138564
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
CLICK HERE TO GET THIS BOOKNanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications

Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications

Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications
  • Author : Jun Ouyang
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 July 2019
GET THIS BOOKNanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications

Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications: Grains, Domains, Interfaces and the Engineering Methods presents methods of engineering nanostructures in ferroelectric films to improve their performance in energy harvesting and conversion and storage. Ferroelectric films, which have broad applications, including the emerging energy technology, usually consist of nanoscale inhomogeneities. For polycrystalline films, the size and distribution of nano-grains determines the macroscopic properties, especially the field-induced polarization response. For epitaxial films, the energy of internal long-range electric and elastic fields during

Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications

Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications
  • Author : Jun Ouyang
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 06 June 2019
GET THIS BOOKNanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications

Nanostructures in Ferroelectric Films for Energy Applications: Grains, Domains, Interfaces and Engineering Methods presents methods of engineering nanostructures in ferroelectric films to improve their performance in energy harvesting and conversion and storage. Ferroelectric films, which have broad applications, including the emerging energy technology, usually consist of nanoscale inhomogeneities. For polycrystalline films, the size and distribution of nano-grains determines the macroscopic properties, especially the field-induced polarization response. For epitaxial films, the energy of internal long-range electric and elastic fields during their

Chemical Solution Synthesis for Materials Design and Thin Film Device Applications

Chemical Solution Synthesis for Materials Design and Thin Film Device Applications
  • Author : Soumen Das,Sandip Dhara
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 18 January 2021
GET THIS BOOKChemical Solution Synthesis for Materials Design and Thin Film Device Applications

Chemical Solution Synthesis for Materials Design and Thin Film Device Applications presents current research on wet chemical techniques for thin-film based devices. Sections cover the quality of thin films, types of common films used in devices, various thermodynamic properties, thin film patterning, device configuration and applications. As a whole, these topics create a roadmap for developing new materials and incorporating the results in device fabrication. This book is suitable for graduate, undergraduate, doctoral students, and researchers looking for quick guidance

Nanoscale Ferroelectric-Multiferroic Materials for Energy Harvesting Applications

Nanoscale Ferroelectric-Multiferroic Materials for Energy Harvesting Applications
  • Author : Hideo Kimura,Zhenxiang Cheng,Tingting Jia
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 February 2019
GET THIS BOOKNanoscale Ferroelectric-Multiferroic Materials for Energy Harvesting Applications

Nanoscale Ferroelectric-Multiferroic Materials for Energy Harvesting Applications presents the latest information in the emerging field of multiferroic materials research, exploring applications in energy conversion and harvesting at the nanoscale. The book covers crystal and microstructure, ferroelectric, piezoelectric and multiferroic physical properties, along with their characterization. Special attention is given to the design and tailoring of ferroelectric, magnetic and multiferroic materials and their interaction among ferroics. The fundamentals of energy conversion are incorporated, along with the requirements of materials for this

Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures

Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures
  • Author : Nini Pryds,Vincenzo Esposito
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 07 September 2017
GET THIS BOOKMetal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures

Metal Oxide-Based Thin Film Structures: Formation, Characterization and Application of Interface-Based Phenomena bridges the gap between thin film deposition and device development by exploring the synthesis, properties and applications of thin film interfaces. Part I deals with theoretical and experimental aspects of epitaxial growth, the structure and morphology of oxide-metal interfaces deposited with different deposition techniques and new developments in growth methods. Part II concerns analysis techniques for the electrical, optical, magnetic and structural properties of thin film interfaces. In

Ferroelectric Thin Films

Ferroelectric Thin Films
  • Author : Carlos Paz de Araujo,James F. Scott,George W. Taylor
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release : 17 June 1996
GET THIS BOOKFerroelectric Thin Films

The impetus for the rapid development of thin film technology, relative to that of bulk materials, is its application to a variety of microelectronic products. Many of the characteristics of thin film ferroelectric materials are utilized in the development of these products - namely, their nonvolatile memory and piezoelectric, pyroelectric, and electro-optic properties. It is befitting, therefore, that the first of a set of three complementary books with the general title Integrated Ferroelectric Devices and Technologies focuses on the synthesis

Handbook of Sputter Deposition Technology

Handbook of Sputter Deposition Technology
  • Author : Kiyotaka Wasa,Isaku Kanno,Hidetoshi Kotera
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 17 June 2021
GET THIS BOOKHandbook of Sputter Deposition Technology

Sputtering is a Physical Vapor Deposition vacuum process used to deposit very thin films onto a substrate for a wide variety of commercial and scientific purposes. Sputtering occurs when an ionized gas molecule is used to displace atoms of a specific material. These atoms then bond at the atomic level to a substrate and create a thin film. Several types of sputtering processes exist, including: ion beam, diode, and magnetron sputtering. Cathode sputtering is widely used in the microelectronics industry

Handbook of Advanced Dielectric, Piezoelectric and Ferroelectric Materials

Handbook of Advanced Dielectric, Piezoelectric and Ferroelectric Materials
  • Author : Z-G Ye
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 20 March 2008
GET THIS BOOKHandbook of Advanced Dielectric, Piezoelectric and Ferroelectric Materials

This comprehensive book covers recent developments in advanced dielectric, piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials. Dielectric materials such as ceramics are used to manufacture microelectronic devices. Piezoelectric components have been used for many years in radioelectrics, time-keeping and, more recently, in microprocessor-based devices. Ferroelectric materials are widely used in various devices such as piezoelectric/electrostrictive transducers and actuators, pyroelectric infrared detectors, optical integrated circuits, optical data storage and display devices. The book is divided into eight parts under the general headings: High

Ferroelectric Thin Films

Ferroelectric Thin Films
  • Author : Masanori Okuyama
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 22 February 2005
GET THIS BOOKFerroelectric Thin Films

Ferroelectric thin films continue to attract much attention due to their developing applications in memory devices, FeRAM, infrared sensors, piezoelectric sensors and actuators. This book, aimed at students, researchers and developers, gives detailed information about the basic properties of these materials and the associated device physics. The contributing authors are acknowledged experts in the field.

Perovskite Materials

Perovskite Materials
  • Author : Likun Pan,Guang Zhu
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 03 February 2016
GET THIS BOOKPerovskite Materials

The book summarizes the current state of the know-how in the field of perovskite materials: synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications. Most chapters include a review on the actual knowledge and cutting-edge research results. Thus, this book is an essential source of reference for scientists with research fields in energy, physics, chemistry and materials. It is also a suitable reading material for graduate students.

Nanomaterials for Water Management

Nanomaterials for Water Management
  • Author : Robert S. Marks,Ibrahim Abdulhalim
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 03 August 2015
GET THIS BOOKNanomaterials for Water Management

The interest in finding reliable and highly sensitive sensors for water quality control has grown recently empowered by the explosion of cutting-edge technologies such as nanotechnologies, optoelectronics, and computing on one hand and by the increasing need for more secure control of water quality on the other hand. This book highlights a number of modern topics in the field of biosensing particularly for water sensing in which the signal is enhanced, starting from surface enhanced spectroscopies using plasmonic structures such