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Heteroepitactic Growth of BaTiO3 on MgO by Pulsed-Laser Ablation

  • M. Grant Norton (a1), Kathryn P.B. Cracknell (a1), Christopher Scarfone (a1), C. Barry Carter (a1), Ran Li (a1) and James W. Mayer (a1)...

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The microstructure of BaTiO3 thin-films deposited on MgO by pulsed-laser ablation has been examined by both scanning and transmission electron microscopy. The films were epitactic as evidenced by electron diffraction studies. Preliminary capacitance measurements on these films have shown clear evidence for a ferroelectric phase transition at ∼110°C.

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