strontium titanate


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strontium titanate

[′strän·tē·əm ′tīt·ən‚āt]
(inorganic chemistry)
SrTiO3 A solid material, insoluble in water and melting at 2060°C; used in electronics and electrical insulation.
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Strontium titanate (STO) and neodymium titanate (NTO) are oxides.
The electric field from the polarized strontium titanate was leaking into the topological insulator layer, changing its electronic properties.
Electrons zipping through a thin layer of strontium titanate interact and form pairs at higher temperatures than expected, physicists report in the May 14 Nature.
To understand the physics of condensed matter, researchers are studying the interface between strontium titanate and lanthanum aluminate, insulators that act as conductors at their interface.
Excimer laser ablated barium strontium titanate thin films for dynamic random access memory applications," APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 62: 1056-1058.
In a paper recently published in Nature, Botton and his colleagues used a wedge-shaped piece of strontium titanate (SrTiO3) that ranged from 10 to 60 nanometres thick.
The STPTIC family announced today use the latest and most advanced generation of ParaScan Barium Strontium Titanate (BST) variable-capacitor technology.
In the search for new types of dielectric materials that achieve high permittivity and low loss, extensive efforts have been expended to develop, characterize, and implement barium strontium titanate (BST), a new type of dielectric ceramic material with various beneficial characteristics, into a working electrical microwave model with the help of microwave simulation software [9-14].
This study led to the observation of an enhanced coupling between the illuminated objects - rectangles of strontium ruthenate on a strontium titanate substrate - and a near-field scattering probe - a metal-coated atomic-force microscope tip with a typical radius of 50 nanometers.
Using the conducting probe of an atomic force microscope, Levy and his team created wires less than 4 nanometers wide at the interface between two insulators: a crystal of strontium titanate and a 1.