Interface-Charge Induced Giant Electrocaloric Effect in Lead Free Ferroelectric Thin-Film Bilayers

Volume: 20, Issue: 2, Pages: 1262 - 1271
Published: Dec 26, 2019
Abstract
Conventional refrigeration methods based on compression–expansion cycles of greenhouse gases are environmentally threatening and cannot be miniaturized. Electrocaloric effects driven by electric fields are especially well suited for implementation of built-in cooling in portable electronic devices. However, most known electrocaloric materials present poor cooling performances near room temperature, contain toxic substances, and require high...
Paper Details
Title
Interface-Charge Induced Giant Electrocaloric Effect in Lead Free Ferroelectric Thin-Film Bilayers
Published Date
Dec 26, 2019
Volume
20
Issue
2
Pages
1262 - 1271
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