barium titanate


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barium titanate

[′bar·ē·əm ′tī·tə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
BaTiO3 A grayish powder that is insoluble in water but soluble in concentrated sulfuric acid; used as a ferroelectric ceramic.
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Considering the potential use of barium titanate in piezoelectric transducers and non availability of TOT for such devices in country, this project was carried out.
The ferroelectric nanoparticles tested, semiconducting germanium telluride and insulating barium titanate, were engineered at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and brought to Brookhaven Lab for the electron holography experiments.
Titanium oxide (TiO2) is used in the production of barium titanate (BaTiO3), which is then used as raw material for dielectric*, one of the basic components of MLCCs.
The researchers, led by UW-Madison geologist and crystal specialist Huifang Xu, grew nanocrystals of two common crystals, zinc oxide and barium titanate, and placed them in water.
fabricated barium titanate (BT)-epoxy nanocomposites with the use of BT nanoparticles surface-modified with various silanes (2).
crystals of Quartz, Rochelle Salt, and Tourmaline as well as manufactured ceramics such as Barium Titanate and Lead Zirconate Titanates (PZT).
2] of departure, the pH of the system and the temperature of thermal treatment and their effect on the characteristics of the barium titanate obtained powder.
The nanowire was synthesized in the form of a single crystal of barium titanate, an oxide of barium and titanium used as a piezoelectric material in microphones and transducers, and was approximately 280 nm in diameter and 15 [micro]m long.