Dataset.

Electrocaloric effect near room temperature in lead-free Aurivillius phase Sr2Bi4Ti5O18 upon La and Nb codoping [Dataset]

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/336892
Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Lafuerza, Sara
  • Gracia, David
  • Blasco, Javier
  • Evangelisti, Marco
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] Crystal structures were characterized by powder X-ray diffraction (XRD) at room temperature in a Rigaku D-Max system using Cu Kα1,2 wavelengths. Rietveld analysis of the X-ray patterns was performed using the Fullprof package program. Electrical and electrocaloric properties measurements were conducted on sintered disc-shaped samples, with typical dimensions of 8 mm diameter and thickness between 0.5 and 1 mm. Electrodes were made with silver paste in sandwich geometry. The dielectric constant was derived from measurements with an impedance analyzer (Wayne Kerr Electronics 6500B), applying sinusoidal excitations of 1 V amplitude at several frequencies between 100 Hz and 4 MHz. The polarization versus electric field P(E) curves were recorded using a commercial polarization analyzer (aixACCT Easy Check 300) jointly with a high voltage amplifier (Trek 610E), applying sinusoidal excitations with typical frequency of 10 Hz and E field amplitudes up to 70 kV/cm. Direct measurements of the electrocaloric effect (ECE) were performed using a dedicated in-house-developed quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change was measured as a function of temperature every 1 K and at different applied E field variations. Samples were measured in the “contactless” mode to minimize heat losses, held only by the high voltage coaxial cable and K-type thermocouple for the direct measurement of the temperature variation. Voltages up to either 2 kV or 5 kV were applied using two different homemade high-voltage converters. Heat capacity measurements were also performed, using a commercial adiabatic calorimeter (from Termis Ltd.)., [Methods for processing the data] For the indirect estimation of the electrocaloric effect, well-known thermodynamic formulations based on Maxwell relations have been applied to the polarization data recorded at several temperatures, to derive entropy variations as a function of temperature., La and Nb codoping of the five-layer Aurivillius phase Sr2Bi4Ti5O18 induces compositional disorder and diffuse relaxor transitions at much lower temperatures than the undoped ferroelectric compound (560 K), while preserving the orthorhombic structure. For moderate La and Nb concentrations, the ferroelectric properties are enhanced in the vicinity of room temperature, and so is their electrocaloric effect measured directly with a homemade quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change reaches, e.g., ΔT ⁓ 0.3 K at 355 K with a temperature span ⁓ 15 K, under ΔE = 37 kV/cm. The large field dispersion of the effect is ascribed to field-induced transitions from short-range-ordered relaxor to long-range-ordered ferroelectric states. Indirect estimations of the electrocaloric effect from electric polarization data are not able to quantitatively predict the direct results and emphasize the need of applying direct measurement methods, especially for relaxor ferroelectrics., Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 101029019; Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (PID2021-124734OB-C21); Diputación General de Aragón (E11-23R, E12-23R)., SBLTN_Fig2_XRay.dat SBLTN_Fig3a_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig3b_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig4a_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig4b_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig5_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig7a_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7b_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7c_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7d_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_FigS1_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS2_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS3_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS4_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS5a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS5b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS8_DirectECE.dat SBLTN_FigS9_DirectECE.dat SBLTN_FigS10_HeatCapacity.dat, Peer reviewed
 

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/336892, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/15626
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HANDLE: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/336892, https://doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/15626
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/354482
Artículo científico (article). 2024

ELECTROCALORIC EFFECT NEAR ROOM TEMPERATURE IN LEAD-FREE AURIVILLIUS PHASE SR2BI4TI5O18 UPON LA AND NB CODOPING

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Lafuerza, Sara
  • Gracia, David
  • Blasco, Javier
  • Evangelisti, Marco
La and Nb codoping of ferroelectric five-layer Aurivillius phase Sr2Bi4Ti5O18 (TC ~ 560 K), induces compositional disorder and diffuse relaxor transitions at much lower temperatures than the parent compound, while preserving the orthorhombic structure. For moderate La and Nb concentrations, the ferroelectric properties are enhanced in the vicinity of room temperature, and so is the electrocaloric effect as measured directly with a homemade quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change reaches, e.g., in Sr2Bi3.44La0.5Ti4.8Nb0.2O18, ΔT ⁓ 0.3 K at 355 K with a temperature span ⁓ 15 K, under ΔE = 37 kV/cm. Besides, a large field dispersion of the electrocaloric effect is found, ascribed to field-induced transitions from short-range-ordered relaxor to long-range-ordered ferroelectric states. Indirect estimations of the electrocaloric effect from electric polarization data are not able to quantitatively predict the direct results and emphasize the need of applying direct measurement methods, especially for relaxor ferroelectrics., S. L. acknowledges funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 101029019. This work was also supported by Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (PID2021-124734OB-C21) and Diputación General de Aragón (E11-23R, E12-23R). D. G. acknowledges financial support from the Gobierno de Aragón through a doctoral fellowship., Peer reviewed




Zaguán. Repositorio Digital de la Universidad de Zaragoza
oai:zaguan.unizar.es:132430
Artículo científico (article). 2024

ELECTROCALORIC EFFECT NEAR ROOM TEMPERATURE IN LEAD-FREE AURIVILLIUS PHASE SR2BI4TI5O18 UPON LA AND NB CODOPING

Zaguán. Repositorio Digital de la Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Lafuerza, Sara
  • Gracia, David
  • Blasco, Javier
  • Evangelisti, Marco
La and Nb codoping of ferroelectric five-layer Aurivillius phase Sr2Bi4Ti5O18 ( ∼ 560 K), induces compositional disorder and diffuse relaxor transitions at much lower temperatures than the parent compound, while preserving the orthorhombic structure. For moderate La and Nb concentrations, the erroelectric properties are enhanced in the vicinity of room temperature, and so is the electrocaloric effect as measured directly with a homemade quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change reaches, e.g., in Sr2Bi3.44La0.5Ti4.8Nb0.2O18, ⁓ 0.3 K at 355 K with a temperature span ⁓ 15 K, under = 37 kV/cm. Besides, a large field dispersion of the electrocaloric effect is found, ascribed to field-induced transitions from short-range-ordered relaxor to long-range-ordered ferroelectric states. Indirect estimations of the electrocaloric effect from electric polarization data are not able to quantitatively predict the direct results and emphasize the need of applying direct measurement methods, especially for relaxor ferroelectrics.



Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/336892
Dataset. 2023

ELECTROCALORIC EFFECT NEAR ROOM TEMPERATURE IN LEAD-FREE AURIVILLIUS PHASE SR2BI4TI5O18 UPON LA AND NB CODOPING [DATASET]

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Lafuerza, Sara
  • Gracia, David
  • Blasco, Javier
  • Evangelisti, Marco
[Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] Crystal structures were characterized by powder X-ray diffraction (XRD) at room temperature in a Rigaku D-Max system using Cu Kα1,2 wavelengths. Rietveld analysis of the X-ray patterns was performed using the Fullprof package program. Electrical and electrocaloric properties measurements were conducted on sintered disc-shaped samples, with typical dimensions of 8 mm diameter and thickness between 0.5 and 1 mm. Electrodes were made with silver paste in sandwich geometry. The dielectric constant was derived from measurements with an impedance analyzer (Wayne Kerr Electronics 6500B), applying sinusoidal excitations of 1 V amplitude at several frequencies between 100 Hz and 4 MHz. The polarization versus electric field P(E) curves were recorded using a commercial polarization analyzer (aixACCT Easy Check 300) jointly with a high voltage amplifier (Trek 610E), applying sinusoidal excitations with typical frequency of 10 Hz and E field amplitudes up to 70 kV/cm. Direct measurements of the electrocaloric effect (ECE) were performed using a dedicated in-house-developed quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change was measured as a function of temperature every 1 K and at different applied E field variations. Samples were measured in the “contactless” mode to minimize heat losses, held only by the high voltage coaxial cable and K-type thermocouple for the direct measurement of the temperature variation. Voltages up to either 2 kV or 5 kV were applied using two different homemade high-voltage converters. Heat capacity measurements were also performed, using a commercial adiabatic calorimeter (from Termis Ltd.)., [Methods for processing the data] For the indirect estimation of the electrocaloric effect, well-known thermodynamic formulations based on Maxwell relations have been applied to the polarization data recorded at several temperatures, to derive entropy variations as a function of temperature., La and Nb codoping of the five-layer Aurivillius phase Sr2Bi4Ti5O18 induces compositional disorder and diffuse relaxor transitions at much lower temperatures than the undoped ferroelectric compound (560 K), while preserving the orthorhombic structure. For moderate La and Nb concentrations, the ferroelectric properties are enhanced in the vicinity of room temperature, and so is their electrocaloric effect measured directly with a homemade quasi-adiabatic calorimeter. The adiabatic temperature change reaches, e.g., ΔT ⁓ 0.3 K at 355 K with a temperature span ⁓ 15 K, under ΔE = 37 kV/cm. The large field dispersion of the effect is ascribed to field-induced transitions from short-range-ordered relaxor to long-range-ordered ferroelectric states. Indirect estimations of the electrocaloric effect from electric polarization data are not able to quantitatively predict the direct results and emphasize the need of applying direct measurement methods, especially for relaxor ferroelectrics., Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 101029019; Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (PID2021-124734OB-C21); Diputación General de Aragón (E11-23R, E12-23R)., SBLTN_Fig2_XRay.dat SBLTN_Fig3a_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig3b_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig4a_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig4b_DielectricConstant.dat SBLTN_Fig5_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig6d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_Fig7a_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7b_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7c_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_Fig7d_DeltaT.dat SBLTN_FigS1_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS2_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS3_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS4_XRay.dat SBLTN_FigS5a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS5b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS6d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7a_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7b_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7c_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS7d_Polarization.dat SBLTN_FigS8_DirectECE.dat SBLTN_FigS9_DirectECE.dat SBLTN_FigS10_HeatCapacity.dat, Peer reviewed





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