Zirconate


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Zir´con`ate


n.1.(Chem.) A salt of zirconic acid.
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The piezoelectric actuators, which use the material lead zirconate titanate (PZT), vibrate when electric voltage is applied to them.
Polcawich, "Design, fabrication, test and evaluation of RF MEMS series switches using lead zirconate titanate (PZT) thin film actuators", Ph.D.
Photocatalytic degradation tests on textile dye were also performed with the iron zirconate, the prepared oxides showed potential as alternative catalysts to Ti[O.sub.2], a semiconductor widely used in heterogeneous photocatalytic processes [21].
Comprised of zirconate titanate, the animal-tested device generates a small electric charge as it continuously changes shape; although it is small, the steady current is strong enough to power implantables like pacemakers without the need for batteries.
Space limits providing a reference for every titanate or zirconate readable interface, so thinking outside the "silica-silane box," figure 3 is taken from the author's thirty-first patent, EP 2 614 040 B1, granted in the EU April 12,2017, in which a titanate was added to water and dispersed, followed by spent drilling mud (oil saturated BaS04), and then ASTM C150-Type 1 Portland cement admixed to make a useful composition out of nonsilane readable inorganic and organic materials.
Kakihana, "Low-temperature chemical synthesis of lead zirconate titanate (PZT) powders free from halides and organics," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
Oyama et al., "Thermophysical properties of perovskite-type strontium cerate and zirconate," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol.
Structural health monitoring of smart composite material by acoustic emission was investigated using the ceramic piezoelectric sensor known as Lead Zirconate Titanate (PZT) [7].
One particular piezoceramic material, lead zirconate titanate (PZT), has a strong piezoelectric effect and is commonly used.