2 edition of Electron emission from ferroelectrics found in the catalog.
Electron emission from ferroelectrics
Hartmut W. Gundel
|Statement||Hartmut W. Gundel.|
|Series||Berichte aus der Physik,|
|LC Classifications||QC454.E4 G86 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[xii], 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||96208228|
Principles and Applications of Ferroelectrics and Related Materials M. E. Lines and A. M. Glass Oxford Classic Texts in the Physical Sciences. This book develops the modern theory of ferroelectricity in terms of soft modes and lattice dynamics and describes modern techniques of measurement, including X-ray, optic, and neutron scattering, infrared absorption, and . Strain engineering can be used to control the properties of thin-film ferroelectric materials, which are promising for electronic, thermal, Cited by:
Solid-state physics encompasses experimental and theoretical tools almost as varied as those of all physics. A book which attempts to provide an introduction to such a broad subject is a perilous undertaking, and it is easy to find apparent shortcomings in such a book. An exciton is a bound state of an electron and an electron hole which are attracted to each other by the electrostatic Coulomb is an electrically neutral quasiparticle that exists in insulators, semiconductors and some liquids. The exciton is regarded as an elementary excitation of condensed matter that can transport energy without transporting net electric charge.
Ferroelectricity, property of certain nonconducting crystals, or dielectrics, that exhibit spontaneous electric polarization (separation of the centre of positive and negative electric charge, making one side of the crystal positive and the opposite side negative) that can be reversed in direction. ran, PHY –Properties of Materials, April Dielectric and Ferroelectric Properties of Materials Dielectric Materials Dielectric means a non-conductor or poor conductor of electricity. Dielectric means a material that presents electric polarization. The dielectric is an insulating material or a very poor conductor of electric current. When dielectrics are placed in an electric.
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Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A () North-Holland NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Section A Electron emission from ferroelectrics - a review H.
Riege CERN A T-Division, CH Gen Switzerland The strong pulsed emission of electrons from the surface of ferroelectric (FE) materials was Cited by: Abstract Electron emission from ferroelectrics (FEE) is an unconventional electron emission effect.
Methods of FEE Electron emission from ferroelectrics book are quite different compared to classic electron emission from solids. Two kinds of FEE have been observed, "weak" and "strong.". International Symposium On EEE and Dosimetry, Zvikov, ~unpub-lished!,p 41B.
Sujak, W. Syslo, K. Lada, and B. Jasik, Proceedings of the Sixth International. Electron emission from ferroelectrics (FEE) is an unconventional electron emission effect. Methods of FEE excitation are quite different compared to classic electron emission from solids.
Two kinds of FEE have been observed, “weak” and Electron emission from ferroelectrics book “Weak” electron emission (current density 10 −12 –10 −7 A/cm 2) occurs from polar surfaces of ferroelectric materials in Cited by: Electron Emission from Irradiated Ferroelectrics.
In Book "Ferroelectrics and Piezoelectrics," Kalinin, 85, Electron Emission of Ferroelectrics. July Ferroelectrics. It is shown that in the pulsed polarization switching of polycrystalline ferroelectrics in high fields the external field is damped by the electronic subsystem associated with the crystallite boundaries.
Therefore, the reorganization of a ferroelectric system with a high density of surface states at the crystallite boundaries is not irreversible, and the system returns to its Cited by: 3. surface science ELSEVIER Applied Surface Science () Electron emission from ferroelectric plate stimulated by switching A.S.
Sidorkin *, B.M. Darinskii Voronezh State Universi~', Voronezh, Russia Received 1 July ; revised 2 September ; accepted 11 September Abstract The behavior of a ferroelectric sample in the form of a thin plate Cited by: 8.
nanorings with 5-nanometer diameters. Finally, electron emission from ferroelectrics yields cheap, high-power microwave devices and miniature x-ray and neutron sources.
F rom their discovery by Valasek in until aboutferroelectrics were aca-demic curiosities, of little application or theoretical interest, mostly water-soluble and. Results are presented of experimental studies of electron emission from single crystals of triglycine sulfate, nominally pure and doped with Cr3+.
The relation between the parameters of the processes of switching and electron emission from ferroelectrics by a coercive field and the threshold field for the onset of emission is investigated.
It is shown that the Cited by: 1. Results of experiments investigating the influence of the amplitude, the growth rate, and the repetition rate of the exciting electric field pulses on the electron current and charge density emitted from ferroelectrics are reported. The behavior of two types of lead‐lanthanum‐zirconium‐titanate (PLZT) ceramics, 2/95/5 and 8/65/35, was by: Ferroelectric materials have been and still are widely used in many applications, that have moved from sonar towards breakthrough technologies such as memories or optical devices.
This book is a part of a four volume collection (covering material aspects, physical effects, characterization and modeling, and applications) and focuses on the application of ferroelectric devices to. II-VI semiconductor Zinc oxide (ZnO) is a well-known electronic material .Because of large piezoelectric constant and electromechanical-coupling constant, ZnO has been applied to ultrasonic transducer, SAW filter, gas sensor etc .In addition, ZnO has been used widely as pigment and UV cut cosmetics extensively, so it is a safe material for our living environment, Cited by: 6.
Dependence of emission coefficient of secondary electrons on Z: Constant-loss approximation on process of secondary electron generation: Emission depth of secondary electrons: Mechanisms and processes of secondary electron generation and SE imaging: Responding time of SE emission after electron irradiation: Source of secondary electrons in SEM.
Practical Electron Microscopy and Database, SEM, TEM, EELS, EDS, FIB online book in English. Ferroelectrics: Major electrical long-term failure mechanisms: Secondary electron emission by ion irradiation: Redeposition of sputtered atoms in FIB.
Ferroelectricity is a characteristic of certain materials that have a spontaneous electric polarization that can be reversed by the application of an external electric field. All ferroelectrics are pyroelectric, with the additional property that their natural electrical polarization is term is used in analogy to ferromagnetism, in which a material exhibits a permanent magnetic ferroelectric: non ferroelectric.
Purchase Ferroelectric Materials and Their Applications - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNFormat: Ebook. Ferroelectric Materials and Their Applications by researchers and engineers but also students and other readers who have limited physical knowledge and an interest in ferroelectrics, will welcome this book.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Cited by: () —Electronic devices with unprecedented efficiency and data storage may someday run on ferroelectrics—remarkable materials that use built-in electric polarizations to read and write Author: Justin Eure.
3. Fundamentals of ferroelectricity. There are a number of excellent monographs on ferroelectricity, and the readers can refer to the classical book of Lines and Glass 2 for more information. The defining characteristics of ferroelectrics is the possession of spontaneous polarization P s that can be switched by an external electric field E, resulting in a polarization Cited by: The book by Lines and Glass is the most comprehensive book on the physics of ferroelectrics that I have come across in the pertinent literature.
It is by no means for the novice since a solid background in solid state physics is absoluytely needed. The book especially addresses the lattice dynamics picture of ferroelectricity in a concise by:. In this work ferroelectric domain enhanced electron emission mechanisms are proposed.
The polarization distribution near 90deg domain walls is calculated by solving a set of second order differential equations including the Poisson's one and equations derived from an expansion of the free energy Phi(P) in power series of the polarization according to the Devonshire-Landau .the physics of ferroelectrics.
While there is a fair amount of algebra here and there, none of it is terribly taxing Ü moreover, the algebra is here largely to bolster arguments that can be made mostly in pictures, so if you are happy with the pictures, you have probably got the point.Abstract: Electron emission from ferroelectric cathodes is commonly suggested as an electron source for different application due to its special characteristics such as high current density, easy treatment and operation, : Qiu Ping Wang, Yu Jun Feng, Zhuo Xu, Han Chen Liu.