Dielectric properties of barium-titanate sintered from tribophysically activated powders
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It has been well known that the tribophysical (mechanical) activation could be used as a method for modification of physicochemical properties of dispersed systems such as polycrystalline mixture of oxides. In this study, we consider the properties of BaTiO3 obtained from tribophysically activated initial powders. The mixture of 50 mol% BaCO3 and 50 mol% TiO2 powders was tribophysically activated in high energy vibromill curing 0, 3, 30, 90 and 180 min, calcinated at 800 degrees C for Ih and reaction sintered at 1100, 1200 and 1300 degrees C for 2 h. The surface specific areas, densities (green and sintered), phase compositions and dielectric properties were evaluated.
Keywords:calcination / sintering / X-ray methods / dielectric properties / BaTiO3 and titanates
Source:Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 1999, 19, 6-7, 1081-1083
- Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford