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tantalate

(ˈtæntəˌleɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of various salts of tantalic acid formed when the pentoxide of tantalum dissolves in an alkali

tan•ta•late

(ˈtæn tlˌeɪt)

n.
a salt of any tantalic acid.
[1840–50]
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Popularity of lithium tantalate crystal in acoustic resonator filters of high bandwidths has skyrocketed in the recent past.
Evana Technologies presents FREEZER series compact ultrashort laser pulse optical engines and technologies for hard and brittle material wafer scribing: silicon carbide, gallium nitride, sapphire, quartz, lithium niobate, lithium tantalate and the other material wafers for microelectronics and photonics industries.
Their beneficial properties, such as high signalto-noise ratio, very low drift effects and high sensitivity over a wide spectral range, make these linear arrays based on lithium tantalate particularly attractive.
(1996) Ce emission from rare earth tantalate hosts.
Shur, "Visualization of nanodomain structures in lithium niobate and lithium tantalate crystals by scanning electron microscopy," Ferroelectrics, vol.
Pascal-delannoy, "RF magnetron-sputtering deposition of pyroelectric lithium tantalate thin films on ruthenium dioxide," Journal of Crystal Growth, vol.
conducted research on the pyroelectric material consisting of lithium tantalate (LiTaO3), ordinary Portland cement, and carbon nanofiber.
Proust, "Raman spectroscopy of lithum niobate and lithium tantalate force field calculations," Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, vol.
Lithium Tantalate, LiTaO3 was used as the radiation source and the detector was used to analyze the sample.
Thermal expansion behavior and polarization properties of lead-free ferroelectric potassium lithium tantalate niobate single crystals.
(21) The tuning range for LiNb[O.sub.3] and KTP was found to be in the order of few micrometers whereas KTN (potassium tantalate niobate) using the quadratic electro-optic effect is expected to show scanning range of tens of micrometers.
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.