Ferroelectric materials exhibit spontaneous polarization that can be reversed by an electric field. The group explores the use of these compounds in SONAR technology, electronics (RAM, nanocapacitors), photovoltaics, and catalysis.
See also Ferroelectric Domain Dynamics; Relaxor Ferroelectrics; Surfaces and Interfaces; Solar; and Bulk Photovoltaic Effect
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