Multilayer ceramic capacitors based on relaxor BaTiO₃-Bi(Zn₁/₂Ti₁/₂)O₃ for temperature stable and high energy density capacitor applications Public Deposited

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  • The need for miniaturization without compromising cost and performance continues to motivate research in advanced capacitor devices. In this report, multilayer ceramic capacitors based on relaxor BaTiO₃-Bi(Zn₁/₂Ti₁/₂)O₃ (BT-BZT) were fabricated and characterized. In bulk ceramic embodiments, BT-BZT has been shown to exhibit relative permittivities greater than 1000, high resistivities (ρ > 1 GΩ-cm at 300 °C), and negligible saturation up to fields as high as 150 kV/cm. Multilayer capacitor embodiments were fabricated and found to exhibit similar dielectric and resistivity properties. The energy density for the multilayer ceramics reached values of ∼2.8 J/cm³ at room temperature at an applied electric field of ∼330 kV/cm. This represents a significant improvement compared to commercially available multilayer capacitors. The dielectric properties were also found to be stable over a wide range of temperatures with a temperature coefficient of approximately −2000 ppm/K measured from 50 to 350 °C, an important criteria for high temperature applications. Finally, the compatibility of inexpensive Ag-Pd electrodes with these ceramics was also demonstrated, which can have implications on minimizing the device cost.
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  • Kumar, N., Ionin, A., Ansell, T., Kwon, S., Hackenberger, W., & Cann, D. (2015). Multilayer ceramic capacitors based on relaxor BaTiO₃-Bi(Zn₁/₂Ti₁/₂)O₃ for temperature stable and high energy density capacitor applications. Applied Physics Letters, 106(25), 252901. doi:10.1063/1.4922947
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