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Dielectric Properties of BaTiO3 Based Ceramics Prepared from Nano-powders

  • Xiao-Hui Wang (a1), Ren-Zheng Chen (a1), Zhi-Lun Gui (a1) and Long-Tu Li (a1)

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In this paper, the BaTiO3 nanoceramics have been fabricated by pressureless sintering for the first time. High purity BaTiO3 powders in nano-size of 50∼80nm synthesized by wet chemical method were used to fabricate nanoceramics. The addition of an appropriate amount of Nb2O5 and Co3O4 was found to suppress the grain growth, which is normally encountered in the conventional pressless sintering. The effects of Nb2O5 and Co3O4 on the phase structure, microstructure and dielectric properties of the sintered ceramics were investigated. The BaTiO3 ceramics with the average grain size less than 100nm were achieved after sintering below 1220°C with dielectric constant up to 2000 at room temperature, which is of cubic structure and meets the requirement of X7R specification.

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Dielectric Properties of BaTiO3 Based Ceramics Prepared from Nano-powders

  • Xiao-Hui Wang (a1), Ren-Zheng Chen (a1), Zhi-Lun Gui (a1) and Long-Tu Li (a1)

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