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Application of High Permittivity Bismuth Copper Titanate in Multilayer Capacitors

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A nonferroelectric high permittivity compound with the perovskite structure, Bi_{2/3}Cu_3Ti_4O_{12}, was synthesized at 900°C. The ceramic powder and appropriate organic additives were used for preparation of a slurry for tape casting. The obtained green tapes were smooth, flexible, and with a uniform thickness of 25 μm after drying at 50°C. Ag electrodes were screen printed on green rectangular sheets cut by a laser. Subsequent operations were screen printing of Ag internal electrodes, stacking of green sheets, isostatic lamination, cutting, deposition of external terminations and co-firing of dielectric and conductive layers at 850°C. Scanning electron microscopy observations showed well sintered, dense, fine-grained microstructure of ceramic layers and good cooperation with the electrodes made of commercial Ag paste. Capacitance and dissipation factor of multilayer capacitors were examined in the temperature range from - 55 to 330C at frequencies 10 Hz-2 MHz. The fabricated multilayer capacitors exhibit high capacitance and relatively low temperature coefficient of capacitance in the temperature range from - 55 to 110°C. The obtained lead-free high permittivity nonferroelectric material Bi_{2/3}Cu_3Ti_4O_{12} is a spontaneously formed internal barrier capacitor. This material seems to be a promising alternative for conventional lead-based relaxor dielectrics in multilayer ceramic capacitors.
  • Institute of Electron Technology, Kraków Division, Zabłocie 39, 30-701 Kraków, Poland
  • Institute of Electron Technology, Kraków Division, Zabłocie 39, 30-701 Kraków, Poland
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