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A good review of the detailed thermodynamic theory of ferroelectrics is given by

Devonshire.14 FERROELECTRIC

barium titanate has cubic symmetry above the Curie point and tetragonal

symmetry ...

A good review of the detailed thermodynamic theory of ferroelectrics is given by

Devonshire.14 FERROELECTRIC

**DOMAINS**We have seen that a crystal ofbarium titanate has cubic symmetry above the Curie point and tetragonal

symmetry ...

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Schematic

crystal ( a ) and in a polycrystalline specimen ( b ) . The

polycrystalline specimen has been drawn for simplicity as if each crystallite ...

Schematic

**domain**arrangements for zero resultant magnetic moment in a singlecrystal ( a ) and in a polycrystalline specimen ( b ) . The

**domain**structure of thepolycrystalline specimen has been drawn for simplicity as if each crystallite ...

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case arises from magnetostriction : since the closure

along different axes from the basic ... the simple cases we have discussed , but

a ...

case arises from magnetostriction : since the closure

**domains**are magnetizedalong different axes from the basic ... the simple cases we have discussed , but

**domain**structure always has its origin in the possibility of lowering the energy ofa ...

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DIFFRACTION OF XRAYS BY CRYSTALS | 44 |

CLASSIFICATION OF SOLIDS LATTICE ENERGY | 63 |

ELASTIC CONSTANTS OF CRYSTALS | 85 |

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