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Structural, dielectric and magnetic characteristics of Bi(Ni0.25Ti0.25Fe0.50)O3 ceramics

  • Alok Shukla
  • Nitin Kumar
  • C. Behera
  • R. N. P. Choudhary
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Abstract

The polycrystalline sample of Bi(Ni0.25Ti0.25Fe0.50)O3 was synthesized using a standard high-temperature solid-state reaction technique. Room temperature structural analysis of the above material, carried out using X-ray diffraction data, shows the formation of a single-phase compound with orthorhombic structure which is different from that of its parent compound (BiFeO3). The co-substitution of Ni2+ and Ti4+ at the Fe3+-site of BiFeO3 enhances its dielectric, ferroelectric and magnetic properties with significant reduction of electrical leakage current or tangent loss. Room temperature surface morphology and texture of the samples, recorded by a field-emission scanning electron microscope, reveal the uniform distribution of grains on the surfaces of the sample. Studies of dielectric, modulus and impedance spectroscopy on (Ni, Ti) modified BiFeO3 over a wide frequency (1 kHz–1 MHz) and temperature (25–500 °C) ranges provide many interesting features of the material useful for devices. Impedance and modulus plots were used as tools to analyze the sample behavior as a function of frequency. Cole–Cole plots showed a non-Debye relaxation.

Keywords

BiFeO3 Modulus Analysis Remnant Magnetization High Frequency Side NiTiO3 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alok Shukla
    • 1
  • Nitin Kumar
    • 1
  • C. Behera
    • 2
  • R. N. P. Choudhary
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of PhysicsNational Institute of Technology MizoramAizawlIndia
  2. 2.Multifunctional Materials Research Laboratory, Department of Physics, ITERSOA UniversityBhubaneswarIndia

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