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High piezoelectricity via enhanced disorder

Nature Materialsvolume 17pages297298 (2018) | Download Citation

Ultrahigh piezoelectricity in relaxor-ferroelectric ceramics is engineered by chemical and structural heterogeneities at the nanoscale.

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    • Barbara Malic
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