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Title: Structural distortion and dielectric permittivities of KCoO2-type layered nitrides Ca1–xSrxTiN2
Authors: Lu, SL
Wang, YH
Lu, FQ
Feng, J
Lin, K
Xu, DM
Avdeev, M
Liu, LJ
Kuang, XJ
Xing, XR
Keywords: Phase transformations
Layers
Electrical properties
Ceramics
Electrical insulators
Nitrides
Issue Date: 3-Jul-2020
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Citation: Lu, S., Wang, Y., Lu, F., Feng, J., Lin, K., Xu, D., Avdeev, M., Liu, L., Kuang, X., & Xing, X. (2020). Structural distortion and dielectric permittivities of KCoO2-type layered nitrides Ca1–xSrxTiN2. Inorganic Chemistry, 59(14), 9693-9698. doi:10.1021/acs.inorgchem.0c00931
Abstract: Among the KCoO2-type phases, the orthorhombic layered nitride CaTiN2 is a newly reported high dielectric permittivity material (εr ∼ 1300–2500 within 104–106 Hz from 80 to 450 K) while the tetragonal SrTiN2 is reported to display an unintentional metallic conduction property. In this work, a Ca1–xSrxTiN2 solid solution was synthesized, in which the insulating SrTiN2 end member and some Sr-doped CaTiN2 samples were successfully obtained, and therefore, the dielectric properties of the Ca1–xSrxTiN2 solid solution were investigated. The Sr substitution for Ca drove an orthorhombic-to-tetragonal phase transformation in Ca1–xSrxTiN2, which reduced the dielectric permittivity significantly. The tetragonal SrTiN2 displays a much lower dielectric permittivity (εr ∼ 20–70 in 105–106 Hz and 10–300 K) than that of CaTiN2. The comparison on the dielectric permittivities and structures of CaTiN2 and SrTiN2 indicates that the structural distortion arising from the splitting of N planes between Ti layers within the TiN2 pyramidal layers could be a plausible structural origin of the high bulk dielectric permittivity of CaTiN2. © 2020 American Chemical Society
URI: https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.0c00931
https://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/11058
ISSN: 1520-510X
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