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Ferroelectrics literature index

T. F. Connolly

Ferroelectrics literature index

by T. F. Connolly

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Published by IFI/Plenum in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ferroelectricity -- Bibliography.,
  • Ferroelectricity -- Indexes.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by T. F. Connolly and Donald T. Hawkins. With a foreword by S. C. Abrahams.
    SeriesSolid state physics literature guides,, v. 6
    ContributionsHawkins, Donald T., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7144.S58 S65 vol. 6, Z7144.F4 S65 vol. 6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 705 p.
    Number of Pages705
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5044444M
    ISBN 100306683261
    LC Control Number74004363

    Ferroelectrics literature index, compiled by T. F. Connolly and Donald T. Hawkins. With a foreword by S. An introduction to the physics of ferroelectrics / Toshio Mitsui, Itaru Tatsuzaki, Eiji Nakamura ; trans. Ferroelectrics is designed to provide a forum for people working in ferroelectrics and related materials such as ferroelastics, ferroelectric-ferromagnetics, electrooptics, piezoelectrics.

    All journal articles featured in Integrated Ferroelectrics vol issue 1. The new text book entitled “Ferroelectric Devices & Piezoelectric Actuators” by Kenji Uchino, professor of Electrical Engineering, the Pennsylvania State University is the most comprehensive and informative book dealing with the fundamental concepts and the application of ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials that I have come across in this field.

    Mechanical properties of ferroelectric materials at the nanoscale have received growing interest over the past years due to new developments in scientific instrumentation and novel materials that allow for the study of so far scarcely investigated and/or hidden nanoscale phenomena. The use of atomic force mi Recent Review ArticlesAuthor: Y. Heo, Y. Heo, P. Sharma, Y. Y. Liu, J. Y. Li, J. Y. Li, J. Seidel. Piezoelectricity is the electric charge that accumulates in certain solid materials (such as crystals, certain ceramics, and biological matter such as bone, DNA and various proteins) in response to applied mechanical word piezoelectricity means electricity resulting from pressure and latent heat. It is derived from the Greek word πιέζειν; piezein, which means to squeeze or.


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New York, IFI/Plenum []. Ferroelectrics Literature Index (Solid State Physics Literature Guides) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by T. Connolly (Compiler) › Visit Amazon's T.

Connolly Page. Find all the books, read Ferroelectrics literature index book the author, and more. Format: Paperback. This superb tabulation gave instant access to the results in the literature on nearly pure substances and solid solutions of ferroelectric and antiferroelectric materials.

Continuing interest in ferroelectrics, spurred by the growing importance of electrooptic crystals, resulted in the publication of almost as many additional papers by the. Get this from a library. Ferroelectrics Literature Index.

[T F Connolly; Donald T Hawkins] -- Research on ferroelectricity and ferroelectric materials started in with the discovery by Valasek that the variation of spontaneous polarization in Rochelle salt with sign and magnitude of an. Ferroelectrics. Edited by: Indrani Coondoo. ISBNPDF ISBNPublished Ferroelectric materials have been and still are widely used in many applications, that have moved from sonar towards breakthrough technologies such as memories or optical devices.

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The references are extensive and recent literature is often cited the book is very by: Ferroelectricity is a characteristic of certain materials that have a spontaneous electric polarization that can be reversed by the application of an external electric field. All ferroelectrics are pyroelectric, with the additional property that their natural electrical polarization is term is used in analogy to ferromagnetism, in which a material exhibits a permanent magnetic ferroelectric: non ferroelectric.

Ferroelectrics. Crystalline substances which have a permanent spontaneous electric polarization (electric dipole moment per cubic centimeter) that can be reversed by an electric f. Ferroelectricity, property of certain nonconducting crystals, or dielectrics, that exhibit spontaneous electric polarization (separation of the centre of positive and negative electric charge, making one side of the crystal positive and the opposite side negative) that can be reversed in direction.

Magnetic, Ferroelectric, and Multiferroic Metal Oxides covers the fundamental and theoretical aspects of ferroics and magnetoelectrics, their properties, and important technological applications, serving as the most comprehensive, up-to-date reference on the subject.

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===== Ferroelectric materials are the electrical analogy of ferromagnets. Ferroelectrics Literature Index (Solid State Physics Literature Guides) (Reprint Edition) by T. Connolly Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Research on ferroelectricity and ferroelectric materials started in with the discovery by Valas Book Edition: Reprint Edition.

Connolly T.F., Hawkins D.T. () Device Applications of Ferroelectrics. In: Connolly T.F., Hawkins D.T. (eds) Ferroelectrics Literature Index.

Solid State Physics Literature Guides (Prepared under the auspices of the Research Materials Information Center Oak Ridge National Laboratory). Springer, Boston, MAAuthor: T. Connolly, Donald T. Hawkins. Combining both fundamental principles and real-life applications in a single volume, this book discusses the latest research results in ferroelectrics, including many new ferroelectric materials for the latest technologies, such as capacitors, transducers and memories.

The first two chapters introduce dielectrics and microscopic materials properties, while the following chapter discusses. Ferroelectric memory technology combines the fast write/read performance of DRAM memories with nonvolatility.

In Table 2 the most important features of a ferroelectric memory are compared with those of other types of memories. In the early s, low-density ferroelectric standalone memories, as well as embedded memories are established in the market.

Ferroelectrics Literature Index Research on ferroelectricity and ferroelectric materials started in with the discovery by Valasek that the variation of spontaneous polarization in Rochelle salt with sign and magnitude of an applied electric field traced a Pages: Principles and Applications of Ferroelectrics and Related Materials M.

Lines and A. Glass Oxford Classic Texts in the Physical Sciences. This book develops the modern theory of ferroelectricity in terms of soft modes and lattice dynamics and describes modern techniques of measurement, including X-ray, optic, and neutron scattering, infrared absorption, and magnetic resonance.

the physics of ferroelectrics. While there is a fair amount of algebra here and there, none of it is terribly taxing Ü moreover, the algebra is here largely to bolster arguments that can be made mostly in pictures, so if you are happy with the pictures, you have probably got the point.

Throughout its history, the study of ferroelectricity has been closely linked with device applications. The discovery of the first ferroelectric was made during studies of Rochelle salt which had excited a great deal of interest since it showed the largest piezoelectric effect known at the time.

During the ups and downs of the development of ferroelectrics for memories and optical devices, the.The book develops the modern theory of ferroelectricity in terms of soft modes and lattice dynamics and also describes modern techniques of measurement, including X-ray, optic, and neutron scattering, infra-red absorption, and magnetic resonance.

It includes a discussion of the related phenomena of antiferroelectricity, pyroelectricity, and ferroelasticity and seconds on domains, thin films 5/5(1).The ferroelectric materials described in this book include a relatively complete list of practical and promising ferroelectric single crystals, bulk ceramics and thin films.

Included are perovskite-type, lithium niobate, tungsten-bronze-type, water-soluable crystals and other inorganic materials, as well as organic ferroelectrics (polymers.