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Microwave dielectric properties of (1 − x)Cu3Nb2O8−xZn3Nb2O8 ceramics

  • Dong-Wan Kim (a1), In-Tae Kim (a1), Byungwoo Park (a1), Kug Sun Hong (a1) and Jong-Hee Kim (a2)...

Abstract

The sintering behavior and microwave dielectric properties of (1 − x)Cu3Nb2O8xZn3Nb2O8 have been investigated using dilatometry, x-ray diffraction, and a network analyzer. It was found that (1 − x)Cu3Nb2O8−xZn3Nb2O8 ceramics have a much lower melting temperature than Zn3Nb2O8 ceramics without Cu3Nb2O8 additives. Samples sintered at 900 °C for 2 h exhibited densities >97% of the theoretical density. Cu3Nb2O8 acts as a sintering aid. Two phase regions were identified with increasing Zn3Nb2O8 contents. A Cu3Nb2O8−Zn3Nb2O8 solid solution exists from 0 < x < 0.5 while a mixture of Cu3Nb2O8 and Zn3Nb2O8 exists from 0.5 < x < 1. The microwave dielectric properties correlated to the crystal structure. In Cu3Nb2O8−Zn3Nb2O8 solid solution region, the variation of dielectric properties could be explained by the structure distortion of Cu3Nb2O8 due to electronic anisotropies of Cu2+ cations.

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