Dingquan Xiao mostly deals with Piezoelectricity, Ceramic, Mineralogy, Analytical chemistry and Composite material. His Piezoelectricity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Tetragonal crystal system, Phase transition, Phase boundary and Ferroelectricity. Dingquan Xiao has researched Ferroelectricity in several fields, including Polarization, Thin film, Doping and Chemical composition.
His Ceramic study incorporates themes from Solid solution, Sintering, Curie temperature, Dielectric and Piezoelectric constant. His research integrates issues of Perovskite and Thermal stability in his study of Mineralogy. He studied Analytical chemistry and Mixed oxide that intersect with X-ray crystallography and Scanning electron microscope.
Dingquan Xiao focuses on Ceramic, Piezoelectricity, Analytical chemistry, Ferroelectricity and Dielectric. His Ceramic study combines topics in areas such as Sintering, Orthorhombic crystal system, Mineralogy and Microstructure. His Piezoelectricity research incorporates themes from Tetragonal crystal system, Phase transition, Phase boundary and Curie temperature.
His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Perovskite, Doping, Crystal structure and Thermal stability. He interconnects Polarization, Thin film and Coercivity in the investigation of issues within Ferroelectricity. His study in the field of Dielectric loss, Permittivity and Dissipation factor is also linked to topics like Electrical resistivity and conductivity.
Ceramic, Piezoelectricity, Analytical chemistry, Phase boundary and Microstructure are his primary areas of study. Ceramic is a subfield of Composite material that he tackles. His study in Piezoelectricity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Curie temperature, Nanotechnology and Ferroelectricity.
Dingquan Xiao usually deals with Analytical chemistry and limits it to topics linked to Mineralogy and Perovskite and Permittivity. His research in Phase boundary focuses on subjects like Strain, which are connected to High strain. His work investigates the relationship between Microstructure and topics such as Crystal structure that intersect with problems in Atmospheric temperature range.
Dingquan Xiao mainly investigates Piezoelectricity, Ceramic, Phase boundary, Piezoelectric coefficient and Analytical chemistry. Dingquan Xiao has included themes like Nanotechnology, Perovskite and Mineralogy in his Piezoelectricity study. Dingquan Xiao combines subjects such as Polarization, Ferroelectricity, Dielectric and Microstructure with his study of Ceramic.
His Phase boundary study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tetragonal crystal system, Phase transition, Ternary numeral system and Strain. The study incorporates disciplines such as Domain wall and Curie temperature in addition to Piezoelectric coefficient. His work carried out in the field of Analytical chemistry brings together such families of science as Doping, Aqueous solution and Permittivity.
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Potassium-sodium niobate lead-free piezoelectric materials: past, present, and future of phase boundaries.
Jiagang Wu;Dingquan Xiao;Jianguo Zhu.
Chemical Reviews (2015)
Giant Piezoelectricity in Potassium–Sodium Niobate Lead-Free Ceramics
Xiaopeng Wang;Jiagang Wu;Dingquan Xiao;Jianguo Zhu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Recent development in lead-free perovskite piezoelectric bulk materials
Ting Zheng;Jiagang Wu;Dingquan Xiao;Jianguo Zhu.
Progress in Materials Science (2018)
Superior Piezoelectric Properties in Potassium-Sodium Niobate Lead-Free Ceramics.
Kai Xu;Jun Li;Xiang Lv;Jiagang Wu.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Piezoelectric and ferroelectric properties of [Bi0.5(Na1−x−yKxLiy)0.5]TiO3 lead-free piezoelectric ceramics
Dunmin Lin;Dingquan Xiao;Jianguo Zhu;Ping Yu.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
Multiferroic bismuth ferrite-based materials for multifunctional applications: Ceramic bulks, thin films and nanostructures
Jiagang Wu;Zhen Fan;Zhen Fan;Dingquan Xiao;Jianguo Zhu.
Progress in Materials Science (2016)
The structural origin of enhanced piezoelectric performance and stability in lead free ceramics
Ting Zheng;Haijun Wu;Yuan Yuan;Xiang Lv.
Energy and Environmental Science (2017)
Effects of K/Na ratio on the phase structure and electrical properties of (KxNa0.96-xLi0.04)(Nb0.91Ta0.05Sb0.04)O3 lead-free ceramics
Jiagang Wu;Dingquan Xiao;Yuanyu Wang;Jianguo Zhu.
Applied Physics Letters (2007)
Giant Piezoelectricity and High Curie Temperature in Nanostructured Alkali Niobate Lead-Free Piezoceramics through Phase Coexistence.
Bo Wu;Haijun Wu;Jiagang Wu;Dingquan Xiao.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
Role of room-temperature phase transition in the electrical properties of (Ba, Ca)(Ti, Zr)O3 ceramics
Jiagang Wu;Dingquan Xiao;Wenjun Wu;Qiang Chen.
Scripta Materialia (2011)
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