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Bismuth-based layer-structured ferroelectric oxides are gaining much attention for ferroelectric thin film applications due to their low fatigue. Epitaxial thin films of these layered ferroelectric oxides grown on epitaxial perovskite-type conducting oxide electrodes such as LaNiO3 are known to further improve the fatigue resistance. In this paper the ferroelectric properties of BaBi4Ti4O15films grown by pulsed laser deposition on epitaxial LaNiO3/SrTiO3(100) and LaNiO3/YSZ/Si(100) substrates are presented. BaBi4Ti4O15thin films with mixed a - and c - orientation exhibit ferroelectric hysteresis loops with a remanent polarization Pr of 2 μC/cm2and a coercive field Ec of about 75 kV/cm. The effect of the deposition parameters on thin film orientation, morphology and the ferroelectric properties of BBiT are discussed.
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