Volume 91, Issue 2, 15 January 2002
Index of content:
- DIELECTRICS AND FERROELECTRICITY (PACS 77)
91(2002); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1421033View Description Hide Description
Dense ceramic composites consisting of two phases, ferroelectric and ferrite were synthesized via the solid state reaction route. The results indicate that insulating can be well compatible to the conductive phase The electrical conduction and dielectric behavior of the materials vary with the ratio of the two phases. The dielectric behavior is greatly influenced by the conductive phase. At a very high apparent dielectric constant peak with frequency dispersion was observed, and attributed to Maxwell–Wagnerpolarization. The application of the Maxwell–Wagnerpolarization model in dielectric materials is briefly discussed.