ferroelectric crystal

ferroelectric crystal

[¦fe·rō·i′lek·trik ′krist·əl]
(solid-state physics)
A crystal of a ferroelectric material.
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Sodium Potassium Tartrate is also a vital ingredient of Fehling's Solution and a ferroelectric crystal often used as a component of Fenton's reagent.
The Curie temperature of a ferroelectric crystal has great importance as it is useful in studying various properties of the crystal.
This system is based on a ferroelectric crystal with similar photorefractive properties to IBM's polymer-based system.
Compared with ferroelectric crystals (e.g., (Ba,Sr)Ti[O.sub.3]), the nematic LC has a lower bias voltage, which makes it more suitable for portable reconfigurable electromagnetic wave device design [11-14].
Tchukvinskyi et al., "Dielectric properties and electric conductivity of dimethylammonium tetrachlorcobaltate ferroelectric crystals," Physica Status Solidi A, vol.
There are many literatures about the periodically poled ferroelectric crystals reported, such as periodically poled LiTa[O.sub.3] (PPLT), periodically poled KTiOP[O.sub.4] (PPKTP), and periodically poled RbTiOAs[O.sub.4] (PPRTA) [23-25].
It has become achievable due to development of the domain engineering methods in nonlinear optical ferroelectric crystals [1].
Ferroelectric Crystals. Pergamon Press, Oxford-London-New York-Paris, 1962.
Ferroelectric crystals are characterized by their asymmetric or polar structures.
Quartz and ferroelectric crystals, such as tourmaline and Rochelle salt, are good examples of piezoelectric materials, but ceramic lead zirconate titanate, PZT, is the most widely-used material for energy harvesting.
Shirane, Ferroelectric Crystals, MacMillan, New York, NY, USA, 1962.