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Effect of the Ba/K ratio on structural, dielectric and energy storage properties of BaO-K2O-TiO2-P2O5 glass-ceramics

Abstract : xBaO-(20-x)K2O-30TiO(2)-50P(2)O(5) with (0 <= x2 <= 0 mol%) glasses were successfully elaborated by the melt quenching while their related glass-ceramics were developed by controlled crystallisation. Density and molar volume measurements, differential thermal analysis and Raman spectroscopy were carried out to examine the glassy structure, the results re- vealed that the addition of BaO increases the reticulation and reinforces the glass network by the creation of strengthened linkages. X-ray diffraction has identified the formation of MTi2(PO4)(3) with M=(K, Ba-0.5) in all the glass-ceramics (GC) and the precipitation of a secondary BaTiP2O8 phase when x increase beyond 10 mol%. The dielectric properties of the glass-ceramics were studied by impedance spectroscopy, it showed that the addition of BaO induces an enhancement of both thermal and frequency stability of the dielectric parameters (epsilon, and tan delta). The glass-ceramic with 5 mol% of BaO GC-(x=5) presents the highest dielectric constant and the lowest dielectric loss. The P-E hysteresis loops were recorded at room temperature and the energy storage parameters of the glass-ceramics were determined. These parameters were significantly improved by the increase of the BaO content and the optimum parameters were obtained for GC-(x=5). The dielectric and energy storage parameters were discussed according to the structure data.
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E. Haily, L. Bih, A. El Bouari, A. Lahmar, M. El Marssi, et al.. Effect of the Ba/K ratio on structural, dielectric and energy storage properties of BaO-K2O-TiO2-P2O5 glass-ceramics. Physics and Chemistry of Glasses - European Journal of Glass Science and Technology Part B, Society of Glass Technology, 2020, 61 (6), pp.213-232. ⟨10.13036/17533562.61.6.015⟩. ⟨hal-03627373⟩



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