Ivan Baturin

Ivan Baturin
Ural Federal University | UrFU · Ferroelectric Laboratory

Doctor of Philosophy

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February 2008 - present
Ural Federal University
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  • Senior Researcher

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Publications (68)
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The microstructure and surface morphology of (Ba 0.8 ,Sr 0.2 )TiO 3 based glass-ceramics with different amounts of La and Ce were studied. It was shown that the addition of the 1.5% La and >2%Ce led to formation of dendrite-like structures. The isolated clusters of ferroelectric phase were found in all investigated samples. Fraction of ferroelectri...
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Barium strontium titanate glass-ceramics with different La2O3 contents (0, 0.5, 1.0, and 1.5 mol. %) were prepared by the melt-quenching technique. The phase developments, microstructures, and impedance behavior of these glass-ceramics have been investigated as a function of La2O3 content. By the X-ray diffraction study, a gradual change with incre...
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The stability of periodical domain structure during high-temperature annealing was studied in MgO doped lithium niobate single crystals by analysis of efficiency and homogeneity of the second harmonic generation (SHG) signal and optical visualization of the domain pattern. Annealing at temperatures up to 600 °C with up to 50 heating/cooling cycles...
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The bulk screening being the only possibility for decreasing residual depolarization field and stabilizing tailored domain structures is one of the main factors defining the domain kinetics in ferroelectrics. The bulk screening process was studied in lithium tantalate with lithium stoichiometry [Li]/([Li] + [Ta]) = 48.9%. The main parameters of bul...
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We studied microstructure, surface morphology, and domain structure of (Ba0.75,Sr0.25)TiO3 based glass-ceramics with different amount of Mn additive (from 0 to 0.5%) prepared from melted and quenched mixed powders using several microscopic methods. The as-quenched sample was annealed and subjected to a controlled crystallization in air for 2h at te...
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The frequency doubling of femtosecond laser pulses in a two-dimensional (2D) rectangular nonlinear photonic lattice with hexagonal domains is studied experimentally and theoretically. The broad fundamental spectrum enables frequency conversion under nonlinear Bragg diffraction for a series of transverse orders at a fixed longitudinal quasi-phase-ma...
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The effect of thermal annealing atmosphere on dielectric properties of barium strontium titanate glass ceramics was investigated by impedance analysis and thermally stimulated depolarization current measurement. As a result of impedance analysis, the resistances of both air-annealed and O2-annealed glass ceramic samples were found to be two orders...
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Here we present the results of the study of electromechanical performance of the Ce0.8Gd0.2O1.95 (CGO) self-supported thin circular membranes with aluminum and titanium as contact electrode materials. The electromechanical performance of both membranes was investigated using highly sensitive interferometric technique and showed two principal excita...
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Thermally stimulated depolarization current (TSDC) and highly accelerated lifetime testing studies of (Pb0.925-xLa0.05Bax)(Zr0.52Sn0.39Ti0.09)O3 (PLBZST) antiferroelectric ceramics have been performed for three compositions with different barium contents. These studies have revealed that barium substitution increases the failure time and improves t...
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Doped ceria is known for decades as an excellent ionic conductor used ubiquitously in fuel cells and other devices. Recent discovery of a giant electrostriction effect has brought world-wide interest to this class of materials for actuation applications in micromechanical systems. From this aspect, the electromechanical response has to be studied a...
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The natural ability of peptides and proteins to self-assemble into elongated fibrils is associated with several neurogenerative diseases. Diphenylalanine (FF) tubular structures that have the same structural motif as in Aβ-amyloid peptide (involved in Alzheimer's disease) are shown to possess remarkable physical properties ranging from piezoelectri...
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During the last decades, potassium titanyl phosphate (KTP) and its isomorphs have attracted much attention due to its application in various photonic devices. These materials possess large nonlinear optic and electro-optic coefficients, high optical damage threshold, as well as broad thermal and angular acceptance for second harmonic generation. Th...
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The polarization reversal was studied in single crystals of lithium tantalate with intermediate deviation from stoichiometric composition (([Li]/([Li]+[Ta]) = 48.9%) with and without surface photoresist layer. The switching current was analyzed according to the stages of domain structure evolution revealed during in situ visualization of domain kin...
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The depolarization process of glass-added barium titanate (BaTiO3) ceramics with two different glass concentrations was investigated using a thermally stimulated depolarization current (TSDC) technique. The TSDC spectra of the glass-added BaTiO3 ceramics show three peaks. The first sharp peak near the Curie temperature is due to pyroelectric curren...
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The effect of lanthanum concentration on dielectric relaxation behavior in lead zirconate stannate titanate antiferroelectric ceramics was investigated by X-ray diffraction technique, dielectric spectroscopy, Sawyer–Tower polarization methods, and thermally stimulated depolarization current (TSDC) measurements. The tetragonal phase was found to be...
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The physical basis of the domain engineering in ferroelectrics and its application to lithium niobate crystals were reviewed. The unified kinetic approach to the domain structure evolution in electric field was formulated and its validity for understanding the variety of observed domain evolution scenarios was demonstrated. The kinetics and statics...
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We study second-harmonic generation (SHG) of femtosecond laser pulses in a rectangular two-dimensional nonlinear photonic crystal (NLPC). Multiple SH beams were observed in the vicinity of the propagation direction of the fundamental beam. It has been verified that the angular positions of these beams obey the conditions of nonlinear Raman-Nath dif...
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The formation of self-organized structures of submicron domains under application of the uniform electric field was studied in single crystals of magnesium doped near stoichiometric lithium tantalate grown by double crucible Czochralski method. It was shown that the period of the domain structure (about 1 μm) appeared on Z− polar surface after pola...
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The increase and relaxation of the conduction current caused by formation of intergrown charged domain walls (CDW) during polarization reversal have been studied in stoichiometric lithium niobate. The 103-104 times increase of the conduction current was revealed in the temperature range 100-200°C. The current, measured during polarization reversal,...
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The effect of barium content on phase development, dielectric property and energy storage performance of (Pb0.925-xLa0.05Bax) (Zr0.52Sn0.39Ti0.09)O3 (PLBZST) ceramics synthesized by a solid state reaction method was investigated. X-ray diffraction patterns and scanning electron microscopy micrographs illustrated that the pyrochlore phase was effect...
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The current paper presents a piezoelectric bimorph actuator produced by direct bonding of lithium niobate wafers with the mirrored Y and Z axes. Direct bonding technology allowed to fabricate bidomain plate with precise positioning of ideally flat domain boundary. By optimizing the cutting angle (128° Y-cut), the piezoelectric constant became as la...
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The second harmonic generation of femtosecond laser pulses under Raman-Nath nonlinear diffraction in periodic domain structures of lithium niobate is considered. A theoretical model of Cherenkov nonlinear diffraction is used to calculate the spectral-angular characteristics of the second harmonic generation of femtosecond laser pulses under Raman-N...
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A system of barium strontium titanate glass ceramics with different fluoride concentrations were prepared by melt-annealing technique. The effect of fluoride doping on impedance spectra of the barium strontium titanate glass ceramics were investigated. According to the impedance spectroscopy studies, three (low, middle, and high frequency) electric...
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The polarization reversal process has been studied in 1mol.% MgO doped stoichiometric lithium tantalate (LT) single crystal. The revealed stages of domain structure evolution represent (1) continuous nucleation and growth of isolated hexagonal domains with walls oriented along Y directions and (2) continuous motion of the plane domain walls stimula...
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We study the nonlinear Raman–Nath diffraction (NRND) of femtosecond laser pulses in a 1D periodic nonlinear photonic structure. The calculated second-harmonic spectra represent frequency combs for different orders of transverse phase matching. These frequency combs are in close analogy with the well-known spectral Maker fringes observed in single c...
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The polarization reversal has been studied in congruent single crystalline lithium tan- talate, LiTaO3, in temperature range from room temperature to 250◦C. The fitting of the switching current data by modified Kolmogorov-Avrami formula allowed to reveal the main stages of the polarization reversal and to propose the original method of the threshol...
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The shape of isolated domains has been investigated in congruent lithium tantalate (CLT) single crystals at elevated temperatures and analyzed in terms of kinetic approach. The obtained temperature dependence of the growing domain shape in CLT including circular shape at temperatures above 190 °C has been attributed to increase of relative input of...
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A spatial non-uniformity of the switching properties during the fatigue cycling in lead zirconate titanate ceramics was investigated by a quasi-static piezoelectric and a polarization switching measurements. The agreement between the local piezoelectric properties and the switching behavior of segmented samples was demonstrated. The observed spatia...
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The microstructures and dielectric properties in La2O3-doped barium strontium titanate glass-ceramics have been investigated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and impedance spectroscopy. SEM analysis indicated that La2O3 additive decreases the average crystallite size. Impedance spectroscopy revealed that the positions of Z '' and M '' peaks ar...
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We present the experimental study of the increase and decrease of the abnormal conduction current appeared during polarization reversal at elevated temperatures (120–250 °C) in stoichiometric and MgO doped lithium niobate single crystals. It is shown that the conduction current is caused by existence of the through charged domain walls. The time de...
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In the article the effect of proton exchange waveguide lithium niobate on domain kinetics. It is shown that PE planar waveguide on the side z-results change in the character of the domain walls on the side of the z +. It was determined that the qualitative difference in the samples with varying concentration of protons in the modified layer is not.
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The domain structure and its relation with the microstructure were studied in BST glass-ceramics with different concentration of AlF3 additive using several microscopic methods. It was shown that the increase of the AlF3 concentration led to larger grain size and smaller fraction of the glass regions. The piezoelectric force microscopy (PFM) domain...
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The effect of SiO2/Al2O3 ratio on crystallization and dielectric properties of barium strontium titanate (BST) glass-ceramics has been investigated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), X-ray diffractometry (XRD), Raman spectrometry, and dielectric measurements. The experimental results showed that appropriate SiO2/Al2O3 ratio promoted the cr...
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A ceramic system of (Ba1−xSrx)TiO3 (BST) (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.6) has been investigated with regard to its densification, phase transition, dielectric, and DC breakdown properties. Experimental results have demonstrated that the DC breakdown strength is related with the phase transition temperature. The DC breakdown strength of the ferroelectric phase is high...
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Formation of the dendrite-type self-organized domain structures during polarization reversal at elevated temperatures (above 230 °C) has been revealed and studied in stoichiometric lithium niobate LiNbO3 single crystals. Optical, confocal Raman, scanning electron, and piezoelectric force microscopy have been used for domain visualization. It has be...
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The model of the fatigue effect during cyclic switching caused by growth of the frozen domain area with charged domain walls has been proposed. It was claimed on the basis of the previous experimental results that for switching in increasing field the frozen domain area started to grow at the given sub-threshold field value and stopped at the thres...
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The polarization reversal and domain structure evolution has been studied in stoichiometric lithium tantalate prepared by vapor transport equilibration process. The first in situ visualization of domain kinetics has demonstrated the jump-like motion of few strictly oriented plane domain walls, which leads to short isolated current pulses in the swi...
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The influence of the artificial surface layer (photoresist film) on the domain kinetics was studied in congruent lithium niobate single crystals. The switching current data was fitted by modified Kolmogorov-Avrami formula. The qualitative change of the domain structure evolution for photoresist film thickness above 2 μm was revealed by in situ opti...
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The fatigue effect has been studied experimentally in stoichiometric lithium tantalate single crystals produced by vapor transport equilibration with solid-state electrodes. It was shown that fatigue effect is due to increase of the frozen domain area composed of domains with charged domain walls (CDW). The formation of CDW: 1) hampers the domain k...
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An electric field poling and domain evolution in congruent lithium niobate wafers with α phase proton exchanged channel waveguides were studied experimentally. A piezoresponse force microscopy and the study of an etching rate showed a presence of a spontaneous polarization in the waveguide region and an ability to create tailored domain structures...
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The difference-frequency generation of terahertz (THz) radiation in single crystalline lithium niobate with periodic domain structure has been studied theoretically. The quadratic nonlinear dielectric with lithium niobate parameters has been considered in collinear geometry of wave interaction and absence of absorption for several types of the regu...
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We have used the new approach to fatigue phenomenon for analysis of the switching current and C-V characteristic evolution during cycling in PZT thin films. It was shown that in accordance with theoretical predictions the rejuvenation stage precedes the fatigue one. We have demonstrated that fatigue behavior corresponds to the spreading of the inte...
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Comprehensive study of depolarization field bulk screening was carried out in lithium niobate and lithium tantalate single crystals with various stoichiometry. Three used complementary methods are based on: 1) dependence of coercive field on delay time; 2) decrease of optical contrast of domain wall trace; 3) relaxation of light diffraction intensi...
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Kinetics of bulk screening of depolarization field was studied in single crystalline lithium niobate and lithium tantalate of various compositions by analysis of the switching current, birefringence contrast, and diffraction of coherent light on the domain walls. The bulk screening process was quantitatively characterized by several essential param...
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Jerky domain wall motion during merging of neighboring domains in lithium niobate single crystals was studied in details by using synchronized in-situ optical visualization and recording of switching current shape. Several scenarios of domain structure transformation were revealed and classified. It has been shown that predetermined nucleation and...
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The registration of light diffraction on domain structure was applied for studying the domain structure evolution during polarization reversal in single crystals of different representatives of lithium niobate LiNbO 3 and lithium tantalate LiTaO 3 family. The evolution of the angular dependence of diffracted light intensity during polarization reve...
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Spatial heterogeneity of ferroelectric properties was observed in bulk lead zirconate titanate ceramics in fatigued states after long-term cyclic switching. The local piezoelectric hysteresis loops were measured at different locations after different switching cycle numbers. Measured parameters became essentially nonuniform with increasing of the c...
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The original mathematical treatment of the switching current data recorded in spatially nonuniform ferroelectrics under the action of slow-increasing field is presented. The method is based on the results of the modified Preisach approach taking into account the difference between the local coercive fields for nucleation and growth. This method all...
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The shapes of isolated domains produced by application of the uniform external electric field in different experimental conditions were investigated experimentally in single crystalline lithium niobate LiNbO3 and lithium tantalate LiTaO3. The study of the domain kinetics by computer simulation and experimentally by polarization reversal of the mode...
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The detail experimental study of the domain kinetics in wide field range was carried out in a uniaxial ferroelectric lead germanate Pb5Ge3O11 with optically distinguishable 180° domains. The application of the stroboscopic method allows us to realize the in situ study of super-fast domain kinetics during cyclic switching in microsecond range. Three...
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The effect of irradiation with electrons and neutrons and of exposure to synchrotron radiation on cyclic switching of polarization in thin films of lead zirconate titanate Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 (PZT) was studied. It is shown that variations in the shape of switching currents are due to the generation of a spatially nonuniform bound internal field with accoun...
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Spatially non-uniform imprint behavior induced by X-ray synchrotron, electron, and neutron irradiation has been investigated in Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 thin films. The obtained effects have been explained as a result of acceleration of the bulk screening process induced by irradiation. It has been shown that the spatial distribution of the internal bias field...
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Static domain patterns produced by application of the external electric field in single crystals of congruent, stoichiometric and MgO doped lithium niobate LiNbO<sub>3</sub> (LN) and lithium tantalate LiTaO<sub>3</sub> (LT) were investigated experimentally. The study of the domain kinetics by computer simulation and by switching of the model struct...
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Highly brilliant synchrotron x-ray radiation was used to measure in situ the microstructural response of a ferroelectric capacitor subjected to bipolar rectangular pulses. High-resolution x-ray diffraction experiments were performed on a (111)-oriented PbZr0.45Ti0.55O3 thin film with a composition in the morphotropic region and sandwiched between t...
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The motion of a single planar 180° domain wall was studied in single-crystalline gadolinium molybdate, Gd <sub>2</sub>( Mo O <sub>4</sub>)<sub>3</sub> . The switching current and the instantaneous wall positions were recorded using polarized light in an optical microscope and subsequent image processing. A pronounced deaging (wake-up) effect is obs...
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Spatially nonuniform imprint behavior induced by X-ray synchrotron, electron and neutron irradiation has been investigated in sol-gel Pb(Zr,Ti)O-3 thin films. The analysis of the switching current data reveals the strong influence of irradiation on the switching current shape. The obtained effects have been explained as a result of acceleration of...
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The spatial heterogeneity of fatigue in commercial ferroelectric lead zirconate titanate ceramics was experimentally investigated. All parameters measured on fatigued samples are spatially highly heterogeneous including large signal polarisation and strain hys-teresis loops (remnant polarisation P r , coercive field E c , bias field E bias , and st...
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High resolution synchrotron x-ray diffraction experiments were performed on (111)-oriented PbZr{sub 0.45}Ti{sub 0.55}Oâ-based capacitors with a composition in the morphotropic region. Diffraction analyzes were done after bipolar pulses were applied and removed, representing several places in the cyclic switching. Microstructural changes were eviden...
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Hysteresis loops of the piezoelectric coefficient, d 33 = fE 3 , are measured on virgin and fatigued lead zirconate titanate ceramics. Four parameters are directly extracted from the measurements: internal bias field E b , offset piezoelectric coefficient d offset , coercive field E c , and remnant piezoelectric coefficient d r . The reduction in d...
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This paper presents a preliminary study of the degradation and restoration of ferroelectric properties under X-ray irradiation of Pt/SBT/Pt ferroelectric capaci-tors (FeCAP) and the degradation in Pt/PZT/Pt FeCAPs. The results seem to point out that aging of irradiated capacitors originates from the pinning of domain walls due to trapping of photo-...
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A new approach to analysis of the switching current allows to extract distribution function of the threshold field from the current data recorded during conventional hysteresis loop measurements. Quasi-static switching (domain kinetics in slow-increasing field) in spatially inhomogeneous ferroelectric was investigated by computer simulation. Domain...