Dielectric and Impedance Spectroscopic Characteristics of Lead Calcium Titanate Borosilicate Glass Ceramics

Abstract

Various glass compositions (x = 0.0, 0.1, 0.3, 0.5 and 0.7) in the system 55[(PbxCa1 – x)O · TiO2] · 44[2SiO2 · B2O3] · 1V2O5 were synthesized by employing melt–quenching technique. Subsequently, their glass ceramics were obtained by given suitable heat treatment schedule. The X-ray diffractometer technique was used to identify the phase and crystal structure along with assessment of the cell parameters. The scanning electron microscope was used to study the surface morphology of the synthesized GC samples. The detailed electrical study of three GC samples, with x = 0.0, 0.3 and 0.7 was carried out using LCR meter. The lead free GC sample, x = 0.0 possesses highest dielectric constant, 19 127 at 50 Hz and 500°C due to space charge polarization.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Authors are grateful to TEQIP II, NERIST for affording the requisite finances to perform the experimental work and investigations. Authors would like to recognize DST, New Delhi for giving FIST facility in the Department of Physics, NERIST for XRD and dielectric experiments vide Approval Order Number SB/52/CMP-093/2013. One of the author i.e. C.R.G. particularly acknowledged to the Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science and Technology (SERB–DST) New Delhi, India for availing the financial aid under Empowerment and Equity Opportunities for Excellence in Science (File no. EEQ/2018/000647).

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Sangeeta Das, Madheshiya, A., Gautam, S.S. et al. Dielectric and Impedance Spectroscopic Characteristics of Lead Calcium Titanate Borosilicate Glass Ceramics. Glass Phys Chem 46, 514–525 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1134/S108765962101003X

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Keywords:

  • glass and glass ceramics
  • dielectric properties
  • SEM
  • impedance spectroscopy