Ferroelectric materials - new book just published!
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Springer Series in Measurement Science and Technology: Volume 2 2014
Editor: Markys G. Cain
ISBN: 978-1-4020-9310-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-9311-1 (Online)
This will be the first in a series and I hope that you find it interesting and of use in your research.
Table of contents:
- Electrical Measurement of Ferroelectric Properties
- Piezoelectric Resonance
- Direct Piezoelectric Measurement: The Berlincourt Method
- Characterisation of Pyroelectric Materials
- Interferometry for Piezoelectric Materials and Thin Films
- Temperature Dependence of Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Properties of PZT Ceramics
- Measurement and Modelling of Self-Heating in Piezoelectric Materials and Devices
- Piezoresponse Force Micropscopy
- Indentation Stiffness Analysis of Ferroelectric Thin Films
- Losses in Piezoelectrics via Complex Resonance Analysis
- Dielectric Breakdown in Dielectrics and Ferroelectric Ceramics
- Standards for Piezoelectric and Ferroelectric Ceramics