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Effects of Coupling Agents on the Structure and Electrical Properties of PZT-Poly Vinylidene Fluoride Composites


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Highway School, Chang’an University, Xi’an 710064, China





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Abstract PiezoelectricceramictransducerPZT-Polyvinylidenefluoridecompositeswereprepared by the hot-pressing method. Before addition, PZT particles were firstly modified with two different coupling agents. The micromorphology, microstructure, dielectric properties, and piezoelectric propertiesofthecompositeswerecharacterizedandinvestigated. ResultsindicatedthatPZTparticles were homogeneously dispersed in the poly vinylidene fluoride PVDF matrix by the addition of coupling agents. The electric properties of PZT-PVDF composites with NDZ-101 were the best. Especially when the volume ratio of the titanate coupling agent NDZ-101 was 1%, the piezoelectric strain constant d33 of PZT-PVDF composites reached maximum value 19.23 pC-N; its relative dielectric constant εr was 67.45; at the same time its dielectric loss tan δ was 0.0766. View Full-Text

Keywords: PZT-PVDF; coupling agents; dielectric properties; piezoelectric properties PZT-PVDF; coupling agents; dielectric properties; piezoelectric properties





Author: Rui Li, Liu Zhang, Zhiliang Shi and Jianzhong Pei *

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