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Effect of misfit strains on fourth and sixth order permittivity in (Ba0.60,Sr0.40)TiO3 films on orthorhombic substrates

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Simon, W.K. ; Department of Ceramic and Materials Engineering, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854-8056 ; Akdogan, E.K. ; Safari, A. ; Bellotti, J.

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The in-plane dielectric response of [110] oriented Ba0.60Sr0.40TiO3 epitaxial films grown on [100] NdGaO3 is used to determine the field induced polarization at 10 GHz. The nonlinear polarization curve is used to determine the linear and nonlinear permittivity terms for the in-plane principal directions, [001] and [110]. Studied films are in the thickness range of 75–1200 nm, and clearly show the influences that drive tunability down with increasing residual strain. The variation of the tunability, along the [001] direction, proves to be less sensitive to residual strain then the [110] direction, although [110] is capable of greater tunability at low residual strains.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:88 ,  Issue: 13 )