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By Clive Randall, Hua-Tay Lin, Kunihito Koumoto, Paul Clem, Jonathan Salem, Dongming Zhu

Papers from the yank Ceramic Society's thirty first foreign convention on complex Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona seashore, Florida, January 21-26, 2007. themes comprise advances in dielectric, piezoelectric and ferroelectric fabrics; electroceramic fabrics for sensors; thermoelectric fabrics for energy conversion functions; and obvious conductive oxides.Content:

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The chemical composition of Ca:Bi:Ti is adjusted to stoichiometric 1:4:4. 020 mm by dip-coating method. 5 m d s in air. The as-deposited films were dried at 130°C in air and followed by pre-baking at 350°C in air or oxygen flow. Finally, the films were crystallized at 7OO0C for 10 min in air or oxygen flow. 5 %. The oxygen ambient was controlled by using a flow meter. The oxygen partial pressure was given as almost 1 atm at a flow rate of 2 L/min. The film thickness was adjusted by multiplication of the dip-coating and heat treatments.

The crystallographic characteristic is considered to be due to good matching between the c-axis of CBTi 144 film and the 1 10 direction in the (100) plane of Pt The (200)/(020) diffraction lines for the CBTi144 films crystallized at 700°C in oxygen flow were found to be narrower and sharpened compared with that ofthe film crystallized in air. The narrowness and sharpness of the diffraction line indicates that degree of the crystal perfection of the film crystallized in oxygen flow is much higher.

And by research grants from The Matsuda Foundation (2004), The Kazuchika Okwa Memorial Foundation (2005), Research Foundation for the Electrotechnology of Chubu (2006) and from the NITECH 21st Century COE Program "World Ceramics Center for Environmental Harmony". 30 . ,Ko,,)o,,NbO, Piezocerarnics REFERENCES 'Y. Guo, K. Kakimoto, and H. Ohsato, "Phase Transitional Behavior and Piezoelectric Properties of ma,~ K s)NbO3-LiNb03 o Ceramics," Appl. Phys. , 85,4121-23 (2004). *K. Kakimoto, K. Akao, Y.

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