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Bismuth Titanate (Bi4Ti3O12) Sputtering Targets

SCI Engineered Materials™ offers Bismuth Titanate (Bi4Ti3O12) Sputtering Targets in a 99.9% purity. You can add requests for our most common circular targets below which range in diameter from 1″ to 8″ round, and from 0.125″ Thick & to 0.25″ Thick.  If you’d like a quote on a custom Bismuth Titanate (Bi4Ti3O12) Sputtering Targets please visit our custom request form to get exactly what you need!

Bismuth Titanate (Bi4Ti3O12)

Bismuth Titanate, or BTO, is a compound of Bismuth, Titanium, and Oxygen. It exhibits strong ferroelectric properties, which means it has a spontaneous electric polarization that the application of an external electric force can reverse. Furthermore, Bi4Ti3O12 has a high Curie temperature (the temperature above which it loses its ferroelectric properties), making it suitable for high-temperature applications. BTO has a unique layered perovskite crystal structure, which contributes to its electrical and thermal properties. Additionally, Bismuth Titanate exhibits piezoelectric and pyroelectric effects, where it generates an electric charge in response to mechanical stress and temperature changes, respectively. Due to its optical properties, Bismuth Titanate sees frequent use in photorefractive devices & nonlinear optical applications. Because of these properties, Bismuth Titanate’s primary applications are in ferroelectric random access memory (FeRAM), piezoelectric sensors, actuators, and as a substrate material for thin-film applications.


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