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Ferroic Materials for Smart Systems

From Fundamentals to Device Applications

Dai, Jiyan

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1. Edition February 2020
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34476-5
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Presents state-of-the-art knowledge?from basic insights to applications?on ferroic materials-based devices

This book covers the fundamental physics, fabrication methods, and applications of ferroic materials and covers bulk, thin films, and nanomaterials. It provides a thorough overview of smart materials and systems involving the interplays among the mechanical strain, electrical polarization, magnetization, as well as heat and light. Materials presented include ferroelectric, multiferroic, piezoelectric, electrostrictive, magnetostrictive, and shape memory materials as well as their composites. The book also introduces various sensor and transducer applications, such as ultrasonic transducers, surface acoustic wave devices, microwave devices, magneto-electric devices, infrared detectors and memories.

Ferroic Materials for Smart Systems: Fabrication, Devices and Applications introduces advanced measurement and testing techniques in ferroelectrics, including FeRAM and ferroelectric tunnelling based resistive switching. It also looks at ferroelectricity in emerging materials, such as 2D materials and high-k gate dielectric material HfO2. Engineering considerations for device design and fabrication are examined, as well as applications for magnetostrictive devices. Multiferroics of materials possessing both ferromagnetic and ferroelectric orders is covered, along with ferroelastic materials represented by shape memory alloy and magnetic shape memory alloys.

-Brings together physics, fabrication, and applications of ferroic materials in a coherent manner
-Discusses recent advances in ferroic materials technology and applications
-Covers dielectric, ferroelectric, pyroelectric and piezoelectric materials
-Introduces electrostrictive materials and magnetostrictive materials
-Examines shape memory alloys and magneto-shape-memory alloys
-Introduces devices based on the integration of ferroelectric and ferromagnetic materials such as multiferroic memory device and ME coupling device for sensor applications

Ferroic Materials for Smart Systems: Fabrication, Devices and Applications will appeal to a wide variety of researchers and developers in physics, materials science and engineering.

1. GENERAL INTRODUCTION: SMART MATERIALS, SENSORS and ACTUATORS
1.1 Smart System
1.2 Device Application of Ferroelectric Materials
1.3 Device Application of Ferromagnetic Materials
1.4 Ferroelastic Material and Device Application
1.5 Scope of This Book
2. INTRODUCTION to FERROELECTRICS
2.1 What is Ferroelectrics?
2.2 Origin of Ferroelectrics
2.3 Theory of Ferroelectric Phase Transition
2.4 Ferroelectric Domains and Domain Switching
2.5 Ferroelectric Materials
2.6 Ferroelectric Domain and Phase Field Calculation
3. DEVICE APPLICATIONS of FERROELECTRICS
3.1 Ferroelectric Random Access Memory
3.2 Ferroelectric Tunneling Non-Volatile Memory
3.3 Pyroelectric Effect and Infrared Sensor Application
3.4 Application in Microwave Device
3.5 Ferroelectric Photovoltaics
3.6 Electrocaloric Effect
4. FERROELECTRIC CHARACTERIZATIONS
4.1 P-E Loop Measurement
4.2 Temperature-Dependent Dielectric Permittivity Measurement
4.3 Piezoresponse Force Microscopy (PFM)
4.4 Structural Characterization
4.5 Domain Imaging and Polarization Mapping by Transmission Electron Microscopy
5. RECENT ADVANCES in FERROELECTRIC RESEARCH
5.1 Size Limit of Ferroelectricity
5.2 Ferroelectricity in Emerging 2D Materials
5.3 Ferroelectric Vortex
5.4 Molecular Ferroelectrics
5.5 Ferroelectricity in HfO2 and ZrO2 Fluorite-oxide Thin Films
5.6 Ferroic Properties in Hybrid Perovskites
6. PIEZOELECTRIC EFFECT - BASIC THEORY
6.1 Piezoelectric Constants Measurement
6.2 Equivalent Circuit
6.3 Characterization of Piezoelectric Resonator Based on a Resonance Technique
7. PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES
7.1 Piezoelectric Ultrasonic Transducers
7.2 Ultrasonic Motor
7.3 Surface Acoustics Wave Devices
7.4 Lead-free Piezoelectric Materials
8. FERROMAGNETICS - FROM MATERIAL to DEVICE
8.1 General Introduction to Ferromagnetics
8.2 Ferromagnetic Phase Transition- Landau Free-energy Theory
8.3 Domain and Domain Wall
8.4 Magnetoresistance Effect and Device
8.5 Magnetostrictive Effect and Device Applications
8.6 Characterizations of Ferromagnetism
8.7 Hall Effect
9. MULTIFERROICS: SINGLE PHASE and COMPOSITES
9.1 Introduction on Multiferroic
9.2 Magnetoelectric Effect
9.3 Why are There So Few Magnetic Ferroelectrics?
9.4 Single Phase Multiferroic Materials
9.5 ME Composite Materials
9.6 Modelling the Interfacial Coupling in Multilayered ME Thin Film
10. DEVICE APPLICATION of MULTIFERROICS
10.1 ME Composite Devices
10.2 Memory Devices Based on Multiferroic Thin Films
10.3 Memory Devices Based on Multiferroic Tunneling
11. FERROELASTICITY and SHAPE MEMORY ALLOY
11.1 Shape Memory Alloys
11.2 Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloys
11.3 Device Application of MSA
Jiyan Dai, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Applied Physics at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China. His research interests include nanomaterials fabrication and application with an emphasis on functional oxide thin films and devices. He has published more than 200 peer-reviewed journal papers and five book chapters.