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Abstract

A polarized Raman analysis of ferroelectric (K Na )NbO (KNN) single crystals is presented. The Raman modes of KNN single crystals are assigned to the monoclinic symmetry. Angular-dependent intensities of A′, A″, and mixed A′ + A″ phonons have been theoretically calculated and compared with the experimental data, allowing the precise determination of the Raman tensor coefficients for (non-leaking) modes in single-domain monoclinic KNN. This study is the basis for non-destructive assessments of domain distribution by Raman spectroscopy in KNN-based lead-free ferroelectrics.

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