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Paraelectric ceramics/metal dual composites system with giant relative permittivity
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10.1063/1.2361176
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(Color online) Powder XRD patterns of ST and Pt sintered at for . The short and long bars at the bottom of XRD patterns, respectively, represent ST and PT peaks according to the ICDD cards.

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(Color online) Frequency dependence of real part of permittivity of ST with the addition of Pt.

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(Color online) Real part of permittivity of ST as a function of Pt. The solid line represents the fit of experimental data (symbol) according to the normalized percolation theory.

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(Color online) Calculated near electric field using FDTD method at of (a) dielectric only and (b) dielectric with metal particles of different diameters.

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(Color online) Frequency dependence of (a) imaginary part of permittivity and (b) loss tangent with the addition of Pt.

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Scitation: Paraelectric ceramics/metal dual composites SrTiO3∕Pt system with giant relative permittivity
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/89/15/10.1063/1.2361176
10.1063/1.2361176
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