O M Parkash
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 1 Issue 1 May 1979 pp 67-69 Research Communications
Thermo Gravimetric Analyis (TGA) shows that incorporation of Co3+ considerably reduces the oxygen loss at high temperatures in LaNiO3. Electrical resistivity of LaNi1−
Volume 9 Issue 4 November 1987 pp 255-262
Glasses with varying molar ratios of PbO/BaO in the system BaO-PbO-TiO2-B2O3-SiO2 were prepared keeping (BaO + PbO)/TiO2 ratio equal to one. The glasses were ceramized by two-stage heat treatment. X-ray diffraction indicates that PbTiO3 crystallizes in lead-rich glasses while BaTiO3 precipitates in barium-rich compositions. Solid solution (Ba, Pb)TiO3 does not seem to crystallize over the entire range of compositions. Simultaneous presence of PbO and BaO in the initial glass composition reduces the yield of ferroelectric phase. Dielectric properties have been interpreted in terms of microstructural features.
Volume 10 Issue 3 May 1988 pp 245-250
Seebeck coefficient and DC resistivity of the solid solution La1 −
Volume 11 Issue 1 September 1988 pp 39-41
The possibility of the formation of solid solution in the system Ca1 −
Volume 18 Issue 5 September 1995 pp 563-576
Complex immittance spectra of model equivalent circuits involving resistive and capacitive elements are calculated. A comparison of experimentally obtained complex immittance plots with these diagrams greatly facilitates the search for the most appropriate equivalent circuit representing the electrical properties of electronic ceramics.
Volume 18 Issue 5 September 1995 pp 577-585
65(SrO·TiO2)−35(2SiO2·B2O3) wt% glass was synthesized. Differential thermal analysis study shows one exothermic peak which shifts towards higher temperature with increasing heating rate. Glass ceramics prepared by controlled crystallization of strontium titanate borosilicate glass produce uniform distribution of crystallites in a glassy matrix. Attempt was made to crystallize strontium titanate phase in this glass ceramic. Different phases precipitated out during ceramization have been identified by X-ray diffraction. It appears that due to high reactivity of SrO with B2O3, strontium borate crystallizes as principal phase followed by TiO2 (rutile) and Sr3Ti2O7 phases. Dielectric constant of these glass ceramics was observed to be more or less temperature independent over wide range of temperatures with low values of dielectric constant and dissipation factor.
Volume 19 Issue 2 April 1996 pp 393-404
Glass of the nominal composition 64 wt%(SrO·TiO2)·35 wt%(2SiO2·B2O3)-1 wt%(CoO) was prepared. The glass samples were subjected to heat treatment at 900 and 950 C. The phase progression in these glass ceramics from X-ray diffraction studies shows the formation of Sr2B2O5 as primary crystalline phase followed by rutile (TiO2), Sr3Ti2O7, SrB2Si2O8 and Sr3B2SiO8 as secondary phases. The first DTA exothermic peak of glass corresponds to the crystallization of Sr2B2O5, rutile and Sr3Ti2O7 phase while second crystallization peak may be assigned to the formation of SrB2Si2O8 and Sr3B2SiO8 phases. From microstructure studies we find that strontium borate grows with larger grain size whereas the other phases like Sr3Ti2O7, TiO2 appear smaller in size. Cobalt oxide content in the strontium titanate borosilicate glass ceramic gives the thermal stability to dielectric behaviour and decreases the dielectric loss.
Volume 19 Issue 3 June 1996 pp 513-525
Valence compensated perovskite system Sr1 −
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