Sukriti Mantri

Sukriti Mantri
UNSW Sydney | UNSW · School of Materials Science and Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Sukriti Mantri currently works at the School of Materials Science and Engineering, UNSW Sydney. Sukriti does research in Ferroelectrics. Their most recent publication is 'Ferroelectric domain continuity over grain boundaries'.

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Publications (7)
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Spontaneous unit‐cell deformation accompanies spontaneous polarization in perovskite ferroelectrics, thereby making it energetically favorable for domain walls to form on particular planes that satisfy mechanical compatibility. Historically, domain walls are found analytically, solving for walls with compatible strains within the wall plane. Howeve...
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Formation and mobility of domain walls in ferroelectric materials is responsible for many of their electrical and mechanical properties. Domain wall continuity across grain boundaries has been observed since the 1950's and is speculated to affect the grain boundary-domain interactions, thereby impacting macroscopic ferroelectric properties in polyc...
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In ferroelectrics, complex interactions among various degrees of freedom enable the condensation of topologically protected polarization textures. Known as ferroelectric solitons, these particle-like structures represent a new class of materials with promise for beyond CMOS technologies due to their ultrafine size and sensitivity to external stimul...
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Electrical switching of ferroelectric domains and subsequent domain wall motion promotes strong piezoelectric activity; however, light scatters at refractive index discontinuities such as those found at domain wall boundaries. Thus, simultaneously achieving large piezoelectric effect and high optical transmissivity is generally deemed infeasible. H...
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Domain mobility is understood to have a significant impact on ferroelectric material properties. Grain boundaries are known to inhibit ferroelectric domain wall mobility thereby limiting the properties of polycrystalline ferroelectrics. Continuous domains across grain boundaries can change the grain boundary impact on domain wall mobility. Such mic...

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