Defect engineering in controlling the dielectric behavior of rutile tio2
Defects have gained increasing attention to tailor/explore novel dielectric properties in metal oxide due to the correlation of defect complexes and the interaction between defects and crystal environment. For example, colossal permittivity (CP, >1000) was successfully achieved by electron-pinned defect-dipoles (EPDDs) with a concrete example In+Nb co-doped rutile titanium dioxide. This dissertation, therefore, aims to use defect engineering to control the dielectric behaviour of rutile...[Show more]
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