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Enhanced tetragonality in systems:
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XRD patterns of compositions in the system. Enhanced tetragonality is highlighted by increased {200} splitting.

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Lattice parameters and ratio as a function of composition in the (PT-BZW) system.

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Dielectric permittivity vs temperature in the system . Arrows indicate direction of thermal ramp.

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Compositional dependence of Curie temperature in the system. The dotted line is a polynomial fit of the average values, as measured by DSC.

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Dependence of the Curie temperature on the ratio in various systems. Right hand panel contains systems with enhanced tetragonality and left hand panel systems with reduced tetragonality.

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Scitation: Enhanced tetragonality in (x)PbTiO3–(1−x)Bi(B′B″)O3 systems: Bi(Zn3∕4W1∕4)O3
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