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Dielectric and electromechanical properties of sol-gel prepared PZT thin films on metallic substrates

 
: Seifert, S.; Sporn, D.; Hauke, T.; Müller, G.; Beige, H.

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Journal of the European Ceramic Society 24 (2004), Nr.9, S.2553-2566
ISSN: 0955-2219
Englisch
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
Fraunhofer ISC ()

Abstract
This article reports about the dielectric and electromechanical properties of sol-gel derived ferroelectric PZT films on metallic substrates. PZT(53/47) films deposited directly on metallic substrates (Hastelloy C-276) show a strong thickness dependence of their dielectric and electromechanical properties as well. This dependence can be described by a model assuming an interface layer between substrate and PZT film. By applying an additional electrode between substrate and PZT film the formation of the interface layer can be minimized and a significant reduction of the thickness dependence as well as a general improvement of the film properties was observed. By varying the Zr/Ti-ratio it was found that the extrema of the dielectric and piezoelectric coefficients are shifted towards Ti-rich stoichiometries compared to bulk ceramics. For PZT thin films with optimized preparation conditions nearly rectangular hysteresis loops with a coercive field strength of 5 V/µm, a piezoelectric coefficient d33 of 96 pm/V and strains up to 0.4% were obtained. Antiferroelectric PZT (98/2) films could be deposited in a good quality on an oxidic electrode, too. The observed field-induced antiferroelectric-ferroelectric phase transition is accompanied by high strains. Furthermore, bending resonance modes of samples with different geometries and the tip displacement of a simple cantilever under a dc-field were investigated. By controlled bending of the substrate charges up to 0.3 µC/cm2 could be obtained. On the other hand, tip displacements of up to 30 µm could be realized by applying a voltage of 17 V/µm, respectively.

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