5 edition of First-Principles Calculations for Ferroelectrics found in the catalog.
July 24, 1998
by American Institute of Physics
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||302|
The integration of ferroelectric oxide films into microelectronic devices1,2, combined with the size reduction constraints imposed by the semiconductor industry, have revived interest in the old Cited by: Abstract. The application of first-principles methods to the study of ferroelectric oxides is reviewed. While the main focus is on the perovskites, particularly the most-studied compounds BaTiO3, PbTiO3, and SrTiO3, other oxide families, including LiNbO3, layered perovskites, nitrites and nitrates, and electronic and magnetic ferroelectrics, are by:
First-Principles Based Simulations of Relaxor Ferroelectrics B.P. Burton,1 E. Cockayne, 2S. Tinte, and U. V. Waghmare3 1Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku Univ. Sendai, , Japan; Ceramics Division, Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD This book gives a complete summary of the novel energy-related applications of ferroelectric materials?and reviews both the recent advances as well as the future perspectives in this field. and first-principles calculations on ferroelectrics for energy applications. Ferroelectric Materials for Energy Applications is an excellent book.
Using the Landau theoretical analysis with first-principles calculations, Shirodkar and Waghmare demonstrated spontaneous symmetry breaking even in 1T MoS 2 monolayers. Even in the metallic state, 1T MoS 2 induced both bandgap opening and robust ferroelectricity with ordering of electric dipoles perpendicular to its plane. 72 Author: Minoru Osada, Minoru Osada, Takayoshi Sasaki. The application of first-principles methods to the study of ferroelectric oxides is reviewed. While the main focus is on the perovskites, particularly the most-studied compounds BaTiO3, PbTiO3, and SrTiO3, other oxide families, including LiNbO3, layered perovskites, nitrites and nitrates, and electronic and magnetic ferroelectrics, are included.
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This chapter reviews the recent progress in first‐principles calculations and first‐principles‐derived simulations on ferroelectrics for energy applications ‐ energy conversion and energy storage.
It illustrates the basic idea of first‐principles calculations and effective Hamiltonian : Gelei Jiang, Weijin Chen, Yue Zheng. This chapter reviews the recent progress in first‐principles calculations and first‐principles‐derived simulations on ferroelectrics for energy applications ‐ energy conversion and energy.
First-principles calculations for ferroelectrics: [proceedings of the] Fifth Williamsburg Workshop: Williamsburg, VA, February 10 First-Principles Calculations on Ferroelectrics for Energy Applications Gelei Jiang,Weijin Chen, and Yue Zheng. Introduction Methods First-Principles Calculations First-Principles-Derived Effective Hamiltonian Method Energy Conversion Piezoelectric and Flexoelectric Effect Perovskite ferroelectrics First-principles calculations of the soft mode potential surface in perovskite BaTiO3 and PbTiO3 in showed that the LDA can predict ferroelectric behavior (Fig.
[4, 5] The total energy is a maximum for the perfect perovskite structure. For a cubic lattice, the energy is a. First Principles Calculation of the Shift Current Photovoltaic Effect in Ferroelectrics Steve M.
Young and Andrew M. Rappe The Makineni Theoretical Laboratories, Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaUSA (Received 18 July ; published 12 September ).
A book for practicing scientists as well as graduate students. Keywords Epitaxial Ferroelectric Thin Films Helium-Atom-Streuung Semiconductor Size Effects electricity ferroelectrics first principles calculations growth methods material materials modern theory of ferroelectrics nanoscale systems oxides tables thin films.
First principles calculations has established that the shift current accurately accounts for the photocurrent observed in BaTiO 3  and thus seems to comprise the main mechanism underlying the. Abstract. In parallel with the revival of interest for magneto-electric multiferroic materials in the beginning of the century, first-principles simulations have grown incredibly in efficiency during the last two decades.
Density functional theory calculations, in particular, have so become a must-have tool for physicists and chemists in the multiferroic : Julien Varignon. Provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging applications of ferroelectric materials in energy harvesting and storage.
Conventional ferroelectric materials are normally used in sensors and actuators, memory devices, and field effect transistors, progress in this area showed that ferroelectric materials can harvest energy from multiple sources including Brand: Wiley-Interscience.
Through first-principles calculations, they showed that eight of the candidates have polarizations and barriers to switching comparable to or better than the paradigm ferroelectrics barium titanate (BaTiO 3) and lead titanate (PbTiO 3).
Out of these eight candidates, six have previously been synthesized, and the other two, while so far. : Ferroelectric Materials for Energy Applications eBook: Haitao Huang, James F.
Scott: Kindle Store. SUMMARY: Combining both fundamental principles and real-life applications in a single volume, this book discusses the latest research results in ferroelectrics, including many new ferroelectric materials for the latest technologies, such as capacitors, transducers and memories.
This book gives a complete summary of the novel energy-related applications of ferroelectric materials?and reviews both the recent advances as well as the future perspectives in this field. storage pyroelectric energy harvesting ferroelectrics in electrocaloric cooling ferroelectric in photocatalysis and first-principles calculations on.
Phys Rev BA careful Monte Carlo study of the ferroelectric phase transition in PbTi03 based on the effective-Hamiltonian approach Krakauer H, Yu R, Wang C-Z, LaSota C: Precursor structures in ferroelectrics from first principles by: Click on the title to browse this book.
-Focused toward a large, interdisciplinary group consisting of material scientists, solid state physicists, engineering scientists, and industrial researchers -Edited by the "father of integrated ferroelectrics" Ferroelectric Materials for Energy Applications is an excellent book for researchers working on ferroelectric materials and energy.
R.I. Eglitis and D. Vanderbilt, "First-principles calculations of atomic and electronic structure of SrTiO3 () and () surfaces," Phys.
Rev. B 77, (). (journal link, local copy) O. Diéguez and D. Vanderbilt, "First-principles modeling of strain in perovskite ferroelectric thin films," Phase Transiti (). Program & Abstract Book Download Program & Abstract Book Sunday, January 25th, “Ferroelectrics in infinite dimensions: beyond order parameter description” H.
Moriwake - First-principles calculations of the ferroelectric phase transition in pure molecular crystal trichloroacetamide. This book gives a complete summary of the novel energy-related applications of ferroelectric materials?and reviews both the recent advances as well as the future perspectives in this field.
and first-principles calculations on ferroelectrics for energy applications. -Covers a highly application-oriented subject with great potential for.
S.L. was supported by the NSF through Grant DMR, Grant CBET, and the Carnegie Institution for Science. I.G. was supported by the US ONR under Grant NCited by: We use a combination of symmetry arguments and first-principles calculations to explore the connection between structural distortions and ferroelectricity in the perovskite family of materials.
We explain the role of octahedral rotations in suppressing ferroelectricity in these materials and show that, as the tolerance factor decreases, rotations alone cannot fully suppress Cited by: First-principles modeling of ferroelectric oxides Project leader: Yoon Tiem Leong 1) Research Background Ferroelectrics oxides known as perovskites are very important functional materials used in many technological applications , such as transducers, gate dielectrics for MOSFETs, EO modulators, IR detectors and non-volatile RAMs.