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Preparation, characterization and dielectric properties of Ba3−xSrxLiM3Ti5O21[M=Nb and Ta, x = 0 to 3] ceramics

  • T. P. Dhanya
  • P. S. Simna
  • R. Ratheesh
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Abstract

The ceramic compositions Ba3−xSrxLiM3Ti5O21[M=Nb and Ta, x = 0 to 3] were prepared through conventional solid state ceramic route. A detailed study has been carried out to correlate the structure of Ba3−xSrxLiM3Ti5O21[M=Nb and Ta, x = 0 to 3] with respect to their dielectric properties. The structure and microstructure of ceramic samples were studied using powder X-ray diffractometer and Scanning Electron Microscopic techniques. The dielectric properties of the sintered ceramic compacts have been studied. The Ba-rich compositions were identified as promising candidates for high frequency applications whereas the Sr-rich compositions were excellent ionic conductors and can be commercially exploited for applications in solid-state batteries.

Keywords

Dielectric Constant Perovskite Dielectric Property Loss Tangent Lithium Titanate 
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Acknowledgment

The authors are thankful to Dr. K.R.Dayas, Director, C-MET, Thrissur for extending the facilities to carry out this work.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Microwave Materials Division, Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET)Department of Information Technology, Government of IndiaThrissurIndia

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