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High-performance energy storage and breakdown strength of low-temperature laser-deposited relaxor PLZT thin films on flexible Ti-foils

Authors: 

Chi T.Q. Nguyen, Hung N. Vu, Minh D. Nguyen

Source title: 
Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 802: 422-429, 2019 (ISI)
Academic year of acceptance: 
2019-2020
Abstract: 

The microstructure, ferroelectric, electric-field breakdown strength, and energy-storage properties of relaxor Pb0.9La0.1(Zr0.52Ti0.48)O3 (PLZT) thin films grown on flexible Ti foils using pulsed laser deposition were systematically investigated. Low temperature deposited PLZT thin films showed very slim polarization hysteresis loops with a high difference between maximum and remanent polarization and low remanent polarization through modulating the film structure with a small columnar-grain size. An ultrahigh recoverable energy density (Ureco) of 40.9 J/cm3, excellent energy efficiency (η) of 80.2% and large breakdown strength (EBD) of 3000 kV/cm were achieved in a PLZT film deposited at the low temperature of 480oC. More importantly, this film shows excellent charge-discharge cycling endurance with a small variation of both Ureco and η values (less than 3%) after 1010 cycles and good thermal stability under a wide operating temperature range from room temperature to 200oC. These results indicate that the relaxor PLZT films deposited on thin Ti foils, even at low temperature, are a promising strategy to enhance energy-storage performance for pulse-power energy-storage systems with broad temperature range applications, especially in applications where the device weight is critical (lightweight) due to the thin and low density of Ti foils.