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Miki, Appl. Phys. , 86. 112901 (2005). 40 . Advances in Electronic Ceramics Polar Axis Orientation and Electrical Properties of Alkoxy-Derived Films 9K. Kato, K. Tanaka, K. Suzuki, T. Kimua, K. Nishizawa, T. Miki, Integr. , 80, 21 (2006). 'OK. Kato, K. Tanaka, Y. Guo, K. Suzuki, T. Kimua, K. Nishizawa, T. Miki, Integr. , submitted. "K. Kato, K. Suzuki, D. Fu, K. Nishizawa and T. Miki, Jpn. J. Appl. , 41,6829 (2003). "A. Z. Simoes, M. A. Ramirez, A. Ries, J. A. Varela, E. Longo, R. Ramesh, Appl.
Transparent conductive films of indium tin oxide (ITO) were deposited on the (001) basal surfaces by dc sputtering. The sample thickness is about 70 p n . Angles of the P/A pair measured in this work are with regard to the [ 1 10) direction. The experimental configuration of E-field dependent donlain observation can be found in Ref. 4. 3 t Figure 1 Relation between the optical extinction orientations corresponding to polarizations of various domains, projected on the (001) plane. 50 . Advances in Electronic Ceramics Electric-Field-Induced Dielectric, Domain and Optical Phenomena Figure 1 shows the (001)-cut projection (with all four sides folded out) of relations among the various phases (or symmetries) and corresponding polarizations (P).
4 54 . Advances in Electronic Ceramics Electric-Field-Induced Dielectric, Domain and Optical Phenomena CONCLUSIONS After a prior E-field poling along [OOl], long-range percolating domains (or polar clusters) were induced macroscopically with disappearance of the frequency-dependent dielectric relaxation behavior. As temperature increases. the long-range percolations were broken down near 390 K where polar nanoclusters begin to reenter the system. The percolation breakdown is activated by thermal energy and is responsible for the extra dielectric anonlalies which were not seen in the unpoled crystal.