Transition-Layer Implantation for Improving Magnetoelectric Response in Co-fired Laminated Composite


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Magnetoelectric (ME) laminated composites with strong ME coupling are becoming increasingly prevalent in the electron device field. In this paper, an enhancement of the ME coupling effect via transition-layer implantation for co-fired lead-free laminated composite (80Bi(0.5)Na(0.5)TiO(3)-20Bi(0.5)K(0.5)TiO(3))/(Ni0.8Zn0.2)Fe2O4 (BNKT/NZFO) was demonstrated. A transition layer composed of particulate ME composite 0.5BNKT-0.5NZFO was introduced between the BNKT piezoelectric layer and the NZFO magnetostrictive layer, effectively connecting the two-phase interface and strengthening interface stress transfer. In particular, an optimal ME voltage coefficients (alpha(ME)) of 144 mV/(cm center dot Oe) at 1 kHz and 1.05 V/(cm center dot Oe) at the resonant frequency in the composite was achieved, with a layer thickness ratio (BNKT:0.5BNKT-0.5NZFO:NZFO) of 3:1:6. The static elastic model was used to determine strong interface coupling. A large magnetodielectric (MD) response of 3.95% was found under a magnetic field excitation of 4 kOe. These results demonstrate that transition-layer implantation provides a new path to enhance the ME response in co-fired laminated composite, which can play an important role in developing magnetic field-tuned electronic devices.
magnetoelectric coupling,laminated composite,transition layer,co-firing
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