Defect Engineering in Controlling the Dielectric Behaviour of Rutile Titanium Dioxide
Defects have gained increasing attention for their capability in tailoring the properties and/or exploring new functionalities in oxide materials. For instance, the colossal permittivity (CP, >103) was successfully achieved by introducing the acceptor/donor co-doping in rutile TiO2. The resultant dielectric properties can be either affected by the defect-induced polarisation or totally dominated by the defects. The defect configurations and its related...[Show more]
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