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Modern technology is based largely on materials such as semiconductors, ferrites, magnetic garnets, piezo-electric, ultraviolet and infra-red sensitive crystals and crystalline films for microelectronics and computer industries. Therefore crystals and the search for their proper understanding in respect of growth mechanism, structure, properties and application have fascinated mankind since ages. Tartrate crystals, in general have become increasingly important in the electro-optical field, as these crystals show many interesting properties such as dielectric, ferroelectricity,…mehr

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Modern technology is based largely on materials such as semiconductors, ferrites, magnetic garnets, piezo-electric, ultraviolet and infra-red sensitive crystals and crystalline films for microelectronics and computer industries. Therefore crystals and the search for their proper understanding in respect of growth mechanism, structure, properties and application have fascinated mankind since ages. Tartrate crystals, in general have become increasingly important in the electro-optical field, as these crystals show many interesting properties such as dielectric, ferroelectricity, piezo-electricity etc. They are extensively used for controlling laser light. Some tartrate crystals are also used in the fabrication of crystal oscillators and resonators. The present book describes detailed studies made on the growth of single crystals of strontium tartrate, in silica gel medium and on the physico-chemical characterisation of the grown crystals.It introduces the study of elemental analysis, morphology, x-ray diffraction, surface micro topography, infrared analysis, magnetic susceptibility, thermal analysis, electrical conductivity for physico-chemical characterisation of grown crystals.
Autorenporträt
Dr. Dhananjay N Gujarathi is renowned Associate Professor and researcher in Physics. He has published various research papers on solar cell, crystal growth and thin films in International and National Journals. He is currently serving as a Director of Examinations and Evaluation at North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, Maharashtra State, India.