FERROELECTRICS IN ACOUSTOELECTRONICS
Аcoustoelectronics is one of the areas of acoustics, associated with the use of mechanical resonance effects and the piezoelectric effect, as well as the effect based on the interaction of electric fields with waves of acoustic stresses in a piezoelectric material. The main materials used in acoustoelectronics are ferroelectrics, which are mainly complex oxide materials. This article discusses the possibility of increasing the purity and homogeneity of ferroelectric materials, as well as softening the regimes of their synthesis using the solution extraction-pyrolytic method. It is shown that the synthesis temperatures of BaTiO3, SrTiO3, and Pb(Zr)TiO3 ferroelectric films are reduced to 550-600°C, and the synthesis time is down to 5-10 minutes. The dielectric constant and Curie temperature values correspond to the maximum characteristics for these materials. Thus, using the extraction-pyrolytic method we obtained suitable for use in acoustoelectronic technology ferroelectric films.
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