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Origin of the Giant Piezoelectric Properties in the [001] Domain Engineered Relaxor Single Crystals

Abstract : Relaxor single crystals PZN-9%PT have been cut and poled along [1̄01] direction for which the spontaneous polarization Ps is approximately parallel to the poling field Ep. The piezoelectric matrix of the monoclinic single-domain (1M state) has been determined, in the approximation of an orthorhombic symmetry. The shear mode (15) along [101], gives the highest electromechanical coupling factor k15 (andgt;80%) and the largest piezoelectric coefficient d15 (∼3200 pC/N). The properties of the disoriented 1M state have been calculated from a change of axes. The maximum of d33θphi; is obtained along a direction close to [001]. This is due to the very large value of d15 compared to d30 in the basic 1M state. On the other hand the transverse piezoelectric coefficient along [uv0] for the [001] disoriented Ps single domain presents a strong anisotropy. Finally, in the [001] domain engineered configuration, an important extrinsic contribution of the domain coexistence is evidenced by comparing calculated and measured coefficients.
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Hichem Dammak, A.-E. Renault, P. Gaucher, M.P. Thi, G. Calvarin. Origin of the Giant Piezoelectric Properties in the [001] Domain Engineered Relaxor Single Crystals. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 1 Regular Papers and Short Notes and Review Papers, 2003, 42 (10), pp.6477-6482. ⟨10.1143/JJAP.42.6477⟩. ⟨hal-02270829⟩

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