Amino-acid Based Ferroelectric Nanocomposites from Glycine Sodium Nitrate and Nanodispersed Silicon Dioxide: Preparation, Structure and Electrophysical Properties
Ferroelectrics Nanocomposites of nSiO2/GSN
Keywords:glycine sodium nitrate, silicon dioxide, phase transition, amino acids, ferroelectricity
For the first time, the nanocomposites from glycine sodium nitrate (GSN) and nanoparticles of silicon dioxide (nSiO2) have been synthesized using a slow evaporation technique. Observed that the optimal content of nSiO2 was estimated as 16.7 wt.%, any deviation from which affected the growth of GSN crystals in the composite, phase transition temperature, dielectric constant, and characteristics of dielectric hysteresis loops. All the anomalies will be thoroughly explained with the evidence of structural data of X-ray diffraction (XRD) and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR).
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