An atomic, nano-, micro- and macro-scale look at charged point defects and domain walls in BiFeO3 ceramics


Complex interactions between charged point defects and domain walls lie at the origin of a number of important phenomena, including hardening and softening behavior in ferroelectrics. A common example of such interactions is... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Tadej Rojac (Jozef Stefan Institute)
  2. Andreja Bencan (Jozef Stefan Institute)
  3. Hana Ursic (Jozef Stefan Institute)
  4. Bostjan Jancar (Jozef Stefan Institute)
  5. Maja Makarovič (Jozef Stefan Institute)
  6. Andraz Bradesko (Jozef Stefan Institute)
  7. Barbara Malic (Jozef Stefan Institute)
  8. Goran Drazic (National Institute of Chemistry)
  9. Lisha Liu (University of New South Wales)
  10. John Daniels (UNSW Sydney)
  11. Dragan Damjanovic (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

Topic Areas

Multiferroics , Advanced characterisation , Defects , Interface phenomena , Electrochemical behavior


IL-10B » Symposium B - Multiferroics (11:00 - Thursday, 12th July, Aula Louis Roppe)

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