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Band gap modification and ferroelectric properties of Bi0.5
-based by Li substitution
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We report on the reduction of band gap in Bi0.5 (Na 0.82-xLixK0.18)0.5(Ti0.95Sn0.05)O3 from 2.99 eV to 2.84 eV due to the substitutions of Li+ ions to Na + sites. In addition, the lithium substitution samples exhibit an increasing of the maximal polarizations from 21.8 to 25.7 μC/cm2. The polarization enhancement of ferroelectric and reduction of the band gaps are strongly related to the Li substitution concentration as evaluated via the electronegative between A-site and oxygen and tolerance factor. The results are promising for photovoltaic and photocatalytic applications.
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