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Ferroelectric Ceramics: Tutorial Reviews, Theory, Processing, and Applications (Paperback) (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9783034875530 (?) bzw. 3034875533, in Deutsch, Springer Basel, Switzerland, Taschenbuch, neu, Nachdruck

Fr. 105.87 ( 97.54)¹(versandkostenfrei, unverbindlich)
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Von Händler/Antiquariat, The Book Depository EURO [60485773], Slough, United Kingdom
Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.One of the fascinating aspects of the field of ferroelectric ceramics is its interdisciplinary nature. This aspect is also a source of difficulty for the people working in the field. In a successful team of ferroelectricians the physics theoretician must understand the sintering technologist, the electrical engineer has to communicate with the crystallographer, the organic chemist will interact with the microelectronics engineer, the electron microscopist should collaborate with the systems engineer. It was the purpose of the summer school on ferroelectric ceramics that took place at the Centro Stefano Franscini (ETHZ), Monte VeritA, Ascona, Switzerland, in September 1991 to help to build bridges between people from the different disciplines and to draw for them, in the form of tutorial lectures, some of the different facets of ferroelectrics. The book is a written version of this summer school. It contains the following subjects: ferroelectric materials, physics of ferroelectrics, thin films, processing of ferroelectrics and their applications. It represents a cross section of topics of current interest. Materials are presented (L. E. Cross) from the point of view of the user, i. e. the tailoring of materials for specific applications. Two reviews address the important topic of ferroelectric domains and domain walls (I. Fousek and H. Schmid). In the part devoted to theory, three subjects of current interest are presented: phase transition in thin films (D. R. Tilley), weak ferroelectrics (A. K. Tagantsev) and dielectric losses (A. K. Tagantsev). Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1993
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Ferroelectric Ceramics (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9783034875530 (?) bzw. 3034875533, in Deutsch, Birkhäuser Jun 2012, Taschenbuch, neu

Fr. 92.90 ( 85.59)¹ + Versand: Fr. 18.59 ( 17.13)¹ = Fr. 111.49 ( 102.72)¹(unverbindlich)
Von Händler/Antiquariat, Agrios-Buch [57449362], Bergisch Gladbach, Germany
Neuware - One of the fascinating aspects of the field of ferroelectric ceramics is its interdisciplinary nature. This aspect is also a source of difficulty for the people working in the field. In a successful team of ferroelectricians the physics theoretician must understand the sintering technologist, the electrical engineer has to communicate with the crystallographer, the organic chemist will interact with the microelectronics engineer, the electron microscopist should collaborate with the systems engineer. It was the purpose of the summer school on ferroelectric ceramics that took place at the Centro Stefano Franscini (ETHZ), Monte VeritA, Ascona, Switzerland, in September 1991 to help to build bridges between people from the different disciplines and to draw for them, in the form of tutorial lectures, some of the different facets of ferroelectrics. The book is a written version of this summer school. It contains the following subjects: ferroelectric materials, physics of ferroelectrics, thin films, processing of ferroelectrics and their applications. It represents a cross section of topics of current interest. Materials are presented (L. E. Cross) from the point of view of the user, i. e. the tailoring of materials for specific applications. Two reviews address the important topic of ferroelectric domains and domain walls (I. Fousek and H. Schmid). In the part devoted to theory, three subjects of current interest are presented: phase transition in thin films (D. R. Tilley), weak ferroelectrics (A. K. Tagantsev) and dielectric losses (A. K. Tagantsev). 392 pp. Englisch
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Colla (?):

Ferroelectric Ceramics (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9783034875530 (?) bzw. 3034875533, in Deutsch, Birkhäuser Jun 2012, Taschenbuch, neu

Fr. 92.90 ( 85.59)¹ + Versand: Fr. 15.20 ( 14.00)¹ = Fr. 108.09 ( 99.59)¹(unverbindlich)
Von Händler/Antiquariat, sparbuchladen [52968077], Göttingen, Germany
Neuware - One of the fascinating aspects of the field of ferroelectric ceramics is its interdisciplinary nature. This aspect is also a source of difficulty for the people working in the field. In a successful team of ferroelectricians the physics theoretician must understand the sintering technologist, the electrical engineer has to communicate with the crystallographer, the organic chemist will interact with the microelectronics engineer, the electron microscopist should collaborate with the systems engineer. It was the purpose of the summer school on ferroelectric ceramics that took place at the Centro Stefano Franscini (ETHZ), Monte VeritA, Ascona, Switzerland, in September 1991 to help to build bridges between people from the different disciplines and to draw for them, in the form of tutorial lectures, some of the different facets of ferroelectrics. The book is a written version of this summer school. It contains the following subjects: ferroelectric materials, physics of ferroelectrics, thin films, processing of ferroelectrics and their applications. It represents a cross section of topics of current interest. Materials are presented (L. E. Cross) from the point of view of the user, i. e. the tailoring of materials for specific applications. Two reviews address the important topic of ferroelectric domains and domain walls (I. Fousek and H. Schmid). In the part devoted to theory, three subjects of current interest are presented: phase transition in thin films (D. R. Tilley), weak ferroelectrics (A. K. Tagantsev) and dielectric losses (A. K. Tagantsev). 392 pp. Englisch
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Colla (?):

Ferroelectric Ceramics (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9783034875530 (?) bzw. 3034875533, in Deutsch, Birkhäuser Jun 2012, Taschenbuch, neu

Fr. 92.90 ( 85.59)¹ + Versand: Fr. 10.80 ( 9.95)¹ = Fr. 103.70 ( 95.54)¹(unverbindlich)
Von Händler/Antiquariat, Rhein-Team Lörrach Ivano Narducci e.K. [57451429], Lörrach, Germany
Neuware - One of the fascinating aspects of the field of ferroelectric ceramics is its interdisciplinary nature. This aspect is also a source of difficulty for the people working in the field. In a successful team of ferroelectricians the physics theoretician must understand the sintering technologist, the electrical engineer has to communicate with the crystallographer, the organic chemist will interact with the microelectronics engineer, the electron microscopist should collaborate with the systems engineer. It was the purpose of the summer school on ferroelectric ceramics that took place at the Centro Stefano Franscini (ETHZ), Monte VeritA, Ascona, Switzerland, in September 1991 to help to build bridges between people from the different disciplines and to draw for them, in the form of tutorial lectures, some of the different facets of ferroelectrics. The book is a written version of this summer school. It contains the following subjects: ferroelectric materials, physics of ferroelectrics, thin films, processing of ferroelectrics and their applications. It represents a cross section of topics of current interest. Materials are presented (L. E. Cross) from the point of view of the user, i. e. the tailoring of materials for specific applications. Two reviews address the important topic of ferroelectric domains and domain walls (I. Fousek and H. Schmid). In the part devoted to theory, three subjects of current interest are presented: phase transition in thin films (D. R. Tilley), weak ferroelectrics (A. K. Tagantsev) and dielectric losses (A. K. Tagantsev). 392 pp. Englisch
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Ferroelectric Ceramics: Tutorial reviews, theory, processing, and applications (Monte Verita) (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9783034875530 (?) bzw. 3034875533, in Deutsch, Birkhaeuser, Taschenbuch, neu

Fr. 124.06 ( 114.30)¹ + Versand: Fr. 8.97 ( 8.26)¹ = Fr. 133.03 ( 122.56)¹(unverbindlich)
Von Händler/Antiquariat, Revaluation Books [2134736], Exeter, United Kingdom
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