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Premium Correlative Studies on Sintering of Ni/BaTiO 3 Multilayers Using X‐ray Computed Nanotomography and FIB‐SEM Nanotomograhy
Author(s)
Yan Zilin,
Guillon Olivier,
Martin Christophe L.,
Wang Steve,
Lee ChulSeung,
Charlot Frederic,
Bouvard Didier
Publication year2015
Publication title
journal of the american ceramic society
Resource typeJournals
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
Synchrotron X‐ray computed nanotomography (nCT) and Focused Ion Beam–Scanning Electron Microscope nanotomography (FIB‐nT) were used to characterize baked‐out and sintered nickel (Ni) electrode–Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors. The three‐dimensional microstructures obtained by two different tomography techniques were quantified and correlated. X‐ray nCT is sufficient to reveal the pore characteristics, whereas the FIB‐nT enables the particles in the initial packings to be identified. In the dielectric ceramic layers, pores preferentially orient horizontally in the layer and the regions near the Ni/BT interface are denser than the inner regions. This anisotropy is possibly caused by compressive stress induced during the heating stage.
Subject(s)capacitor , ceramic , ceramic capacitor , composite material , dielectric , focused ion beam , ion , layer (electronics) , materials science , microstructure , optics , optoelectronics , physics , quantum mechanics , scanning electron microscope , sintering , synchrotron , voltage
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.9
H-Index196
eISSN1551-2916
pISSN0002-7820
DOI10.1111/jace.13416

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