10 Best Books on Ferroelectricity

We have compiled a list of the Best Reference Books on Ferroelectricity, which are used by students of top universities, and colleges. This will help you choose the right book depending on if you are a beginner or an expert. Here is the complete list of Ferroelectricity Books with their authors, publishers, and an unbiased review of them as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase them. If permissible, you can also download the free PDF books on Ferroelectricity below.

1."Science and Technology of Integrated Ferroelectrics" by Carlos Pazde-Araujo and Ramamoorthy Ramesh
“Science and Technology of Integrated Ferroelectrics” by Carlos Pazde-Araujo and Ramamoorthy Ramesh Book Review: The aim of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of the most significant advancements that have occurred in the field of integrated ferroelectrics during the last decade of the 20th century. The book commences with a detailed introduction on ferroelectrics, followed by a selection of 53 papers chosen by Carlos Paz de Araujo, Orlando Auciello, Ramamoorthy Ramesh, and George W. Taylor. These papers were selected from over 1,000 published in the proceedings of the International Symposia on Integrated Ferroelectrics over the last eleven years. The selection was based on the criteria that they provide a broad perspective of the advances that have been made and indicate the future direction of research and technological development. Readers seeking a more in-depth treatment of the subject are encouraged to refer to volumes 1 to 27 of Integrated Ferroelectrics, the primary publication outlet for papers in this field.

2."Advanced High Tc Ferroelectrics (Physics Research and Technology)" by Jingzhong Xiao
“Advanced High Tc Ferroelectrics (Physics Research and Technology)” by Jingzhong Xiao Book Review: MEMS is a technology that combines mechanical parts, sensors, electronic components, and actuators on a tiny silicon chip. The actuators are special parts that can turn electrical energy into movement. This book talks about using special materials, like piezoelectric and electrostrictive ceramics, to make actuators that can generate a lot of force, work quickly, and take up very little space. The book also discusses new findings about ferroelectric materials that work well in high temperatures.

3."Graded Ferroelectrics, Transpacitors and Transponents (Multifunctional Thin Film Series)" by Joseph V Mantese and Pamir S Alpay
“Graded Ferroelectrics, Transpacitors and Transponents (Multifunctional Thin Film Series)” by Joseph V Mantese and Pamir S Alpay Book Review: This book is about a type of material called ferroelectrics, which was first discovered a long time ago. The book explains that scientists have mostly studied ferroelectrics that are the same throughout, but now they are starting to study ferroelectrics that are made up of different layers. This is a new area of research and there is a lot to learn. The book focuses on a specific type of layered ferroelectrics called polarization-graded ferroelectrics and how they can be used to make electronic components. The book also talks about the theory behind these materials, but it is written in a way that is easy to understand. The goal is to help readers see how these materials can be used in electronic devices.

4."Ferroelectricity at the Nanoscale (NanoScience and Technology)" by Vladimir Fridkin and Stephen Ducharme
“Ferroelectricity at the Nanoscale (NanoScience and Technology)” by Vladimir Fridkin and Stephen Ducharme Book Review: This book is about the study of very small ferroelectric materials, which has been going on for 15-20 years. People are interested in both the basic and practical aspects of these materials. Scientists use a few different theories to study really thin ferroelectric materials. These materials could be used in things like computer memory, sensors, and other electronic devices. There is still a lot to learn about this area of research. This book has information about theories and experiments on many different kinds of ferroelectric materials.

5."Physics of Ferroelectrics: A Modern Perspective (Topics in Applied Physics)" by Karin M Rabe and Charles H Ahn
“Physics of Ferroelectrics: A Modern Perspective (Topics in Applied Physics)” by Karin M Rabe and Charles H Ahn Book Review: In the last 20 years, people have learned a lot about ferroelectric materials through experiments and theories. They can now predict the properties of these materials accurately and study them in very thin films. These materials are becoming more important in electronics, like making high dielectric constant separators and nonvolatile memories. This book talks about the changes in the field because of these developments, including new ways to make very thin ferroelectric films and using these materials in very small things. It also talks about new ways to study these materials, like the effective Hamiltonian approach and density functional theory. This book is helpful for scientists and students learning about ferroelectric materials.

6."Ferroelectricity at the Nanoscale: Basics and Applications (NanoScience and Technology)" by Vladimir Fridkin and Stephen Ducharme
7."Ferro- and Antiferroelectricity: Order/Disorder versus Displacive (Structure and Bonding)" by Naresh Dalal and Annette Bussmann-Holder
8."Handbook of Ferroelectrics" by Sharon Tatum
9."Frontiers of Ferroelectricity: A Special Issue of the Journal of Materials Science" by Sidney B Lang and Helen L W Chan
“Frontiers of Ferroelectricity: A Special Issue of the Journal of Materials Science” by Sidney B Lang and Helen L W Chan Book Review: This book is about ferroelectrics, which are special materials with interesting properties. There are 24 chapters that talk about different aspects of ferroelectricity, including relaxers, piezoelectrics, microscale and nanoscale studies, polymers and composites, unusual properties, and techniques and devices. Experts in the field share their knowledge and research. This book is written for physicists, engineers, and materials scientists who work with ferroelectric materials.
10."Ferroelectrics And Related Met: 3 (Ferroelectricity and Related Phenomena)" by G A Smolenskii
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