Dielectric Characteristics and Tunability of Barium Stannate Titanate Ceramics


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Abstract

Ba(Ti1 − xSnx)O3 solid solutions were prepared by a solid state reaction method, and their dielectric and tunable characteristics were investigated together with the microstructures and diffused phase transition behaviors. The dielectric relaxation behaviors were observed and became stronger with increasing x. The obvious field dependence of the present system was observed with high dielectric constant and low loss at relatively lower DC electric field. The excellent tunable dielectric characteristics were achieved for x = 0.15 at room temperature: tunability ∼ 56%, tan δ ∼ 0.003 at 10 kHz under 7.6 kV/cm, indicating that it is a promising candidate for electric-field tunable dielectrics working at room temperature.

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