Portion of variable-temperature powder XRD pattern of synthetic BMO ceramic. [The left panel is the region between 20° and 50° in showing all strong reflection peaks; the right is the local amplification between 31° and 33° highlighting the amalgamation of , (020), and peaks.]
Temperature dependence of the heat flow of BMO ceramic measured by DSC scanning. (The former endothermal peak corresponds to the transition between two ferroelectric phases; the latter peak corresponds to the transition from ferroelectric to paraelectric phase.)
Temperature dependence of the magnetization of synthetic BMO ceramic. (The specimen was cooled in zero field and measured with an applied field of 1000 G from 5 up to 300 K.)
hysteresis loop of synthetic BMO ceramic measured with an applied field of 1 T at 5 K.
curve of thin plate BMO ceramic at applied voltages of 2 and 3 V, respectively.
Temperature dependence of dielectric permittivity of synthetic BMO ceramic measured at different frequency. (The filled, half-filled, and open circle represent experimental data measured at 40, 1000, and 10 000 Hz, respectively.)
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