niobate

niobate

(ˈnaɪəʊˌbeɪt)
n
(Chemistry) chem a type of salt crystal containing niobium
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Using a space-charge-controlled KTN beam deflector -- a kind of crystal made of potassium tantalate and potassium niobate -- with a large electro-optic effect, researchers have found that scanning at a much higher speed is possible.
He bridges from the theory of guided wave and crystal optics, which is well covered in several textbooks, to the practice of lithium niobate device design and application, which is typically only described in the technical literature.
Using crystals of lithium niobate (LiNbO3), microsocopic channels or waveguides are created beneath the crystal surface.
The process depends on lithium niobate (LiNb03) crystals, which boast excellent optical properties.
A detailed significant investigation of the structural, microstructural, and mechanical properties of barium niobate has been reported.
The material, uses perovskite crystals made with a combination of potassium niobate and barium nickel niobate, and can absorb six times more energy and transfer a photocurrent 50 times denser.
Among the topics are the effect of ferroelectric domain on fatigue fracture behavior in piezoelectric ceramics, preparing bismuth copper-based perovskite-type ceramics and their piezoelectric properties, the microstructure of titanium oxide films for dye-sensitized solar cells, absorption characteristics of composite electromagnetic wave absorber made of sendust particles dispersed in a polystyrene resin, controlling the microstructure of potassium niobate porous ceramics and their sensor properties, and the crystallization of tungstenbronze phase and its inelastic light scattering in niobiophosphate-system glass.
Nowadays using of Periodically poled lithium niobate (PPLN) structures for receiving the second harmonica of laser radiation instead of volume nonlinear and optical converters from niobate of lithium is the successful technological decision (Dmitriev and Tarasov, 2014).
A lot of artificial ceramics as barium titanate, lead titanate, lead zirconate-titanate (PZT), potassium niobate, lithium niobate, and lithium tantalite have similar properties.