These barium niobates may be used to function as sensors, actuators, detectors, filters, resonators, and so forth through special layout arrangements.
A detailed significant investigation of the structural, microstructural, and mechanical properties of barium niobate has been reported.
X-ray diffractogram of barium niobate 2[theta] values from 20[degrees] to 90[degrees] is shown in Figure 2.
The insertion loss (transmission) and absorption loss of barium niobate sample were measured by the rectangular waveguide reflectometer setup shown in Figure 6.
The variation of insertion loss and absorption loss of barium niobate is a function of frequency in the X band (8-12 GHz) which exhibits trivial wavy like nature shown in Figure 7.
Lead-free ferroelectric barium niobate that has been synthesized by the solid state reaction method was investigated.
Qi, "Barium niobate formation from mechanically activated BaC[O.
The structure of most of these niobates, tantalates, and titanates consists of octahedral coordination that would likely produce high dielectric constants.
In addition to the studies of the titanate systems, research interest also extended to the tantalate and niobate systems.