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Electroceramics in Japan IX
Keiichi Katayama, Kazumi Kato, Tadashi Takenaka, Masasuke Takata and Kazuo Shinozaki
Proceedings: Proceedings of the 25th Electronics Division Meeting of the Ceramic Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 27-28, 2005
Key Engineering Materials Vol. 320
Japan is currently the most active country of all of those carrying out research in the rapidly expanding field of Electroceramics; a field that has tremendous implications for a wide range of high-tech applications. read more...
The authoritative and extensively reviewed papers which make up the present work cover: dielectrics, piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, semiconductors, magnetic ceramics, thin films, batteries and cells, memory devices, and optical devices.
The book is aimed at bringing researchers and engineers fully up-to-date with the latest ideas, techniques and other developments occurring in the science and technology of electroceramics.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Papers from an October 2005 meeting shed light on current Japanese research in the science and technology of electroceramics in Japan. Major topics covered at the meeting include dielectrics, piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, semiconductors, magnetic thin films, batteries and cells, memory devices, and optical devices. Some specific paper topics include powder and dielectric characterization of hydrothermally synthesized barium titanate nanopowders, a technique for permittivity measurement of ceramic powders at microwave frequencies, evaluation of characteristics of composite electromagnetic wave absorbers, and a new method to absorb dye molecules for dye-sensitized solar cells.