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Formation of magnetic grains in ferroelectric ceramics doped with above the solubility limit
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-band EPR spectra of 0.1 (a) and (b) addition to polycrystalline PZT 60/40 ceramics.

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(a) Bright field TEM image showing the presence of magnetoplumbite in PZT Fe. The inset reveals the corresponding SAD pattern of a PZT grain. Clearly, the difference in overall contrast between PZT and magnetoplumbite is shown, where is characterized by a very homogeneous contrast, as compared to PZT. (b) High-resolution TEM image of magnetoplumbite along [010]. The stacking sequence, characteristic for hexaferrite materials, is clearly visible in the upper left inset (higher magnification of the boxed area to the right) and can also be recognized in the corresponding SAD image (lower left). (c) Schematic illustrating the magnetoplumbite structure. The alternating cubic and hexagonal and blocks are clearly visible, resulting in an overall hexagonal symmetry with space group . The orientation selected corresponds to the [010] orientation of the magnetoplumbite crystallite shown in (a) and (b).


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Scitation: Formation of magnetic grains in ferroelectric Pb[Zr0.6Ti0.4]O3 ceramics doped with Fe3+ above the solubility limit