Advances in Materials Science and Engineering / 2020 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

A Comparative Analysis of Asymmetric (BaTiO3) /(BaZrO3) Superlattices via X-Ray Diffraction and Raman Spectroscopy

Figure 1

(a) θ−2θ XRD profiles of asymmetric (BaTiO3)/(BaZrO3) superlattices at different thicknesses of BT and BZ constituents. (b) XRD profile calculated for (BaTiO3)/(BaZrO3) SL with x = 0.7 ((BT)0.3Λ/(BZ)0.7Λ (black) in comparison with a measured XRD spectrogram (red). The variance between experiment and theory can be due to imperfect layer/layer interfaces that are neglected in the simulation model.

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