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|Title:||Electrical properties of Er<inf>2</inf>O<inf>3</inf>-Doped potassium sodium niobate based silicate glass|
Physics and Astronomy
|Abstract:||© Copyright 2017 American Scientific Publishers All rights reserved. In this study, the electrical properties of Er2O3doped potassium sodium niobate (KNN) based silicate (SiO2) glass has been investigated. This glass-ceramic system was successfully prepared via the incorporation method. The selected compositions used in this experiment were 70-80 mol% of KNN and 20-30 mol% of SiO2, doped with 0.5 mol% Er2O3. From the study, the resulted KNN glass-ceramics greatly improved the dielectric constant at room temperature (ϵr = 250 at 10 kHz) above those found using a conventional glass-ceramic method, with a very low tan below 0.1. It was found that temperature and frequency have significantly influenced on dielectric properties of the KNN glass-ceramics. The study of polarization mechanism via dielectric measurement found that this glass system had space-charge polarization and relaxation at low frequency. The results also showed that the electrical properties of the material arised mainly due to the bulk effects. P -E hysteresis loops of all glasses and glass-ceramic samples exhibited rugby ball-like loops which confirmed the high leakage current.|
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