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International Journal of Art Innovation and Development, 2021, 2(1); doi: 10.38007/IJAID.2021.020104.

Role of Ferroelectric Ceramic Materials Based on Nano-Particles in the Production of Antique Art


Bin Chen

Corresponding Author:
Bin Chen

Fuzhou University of International Studies and Trade, Fuzhou, Fujian, China


Nanomaterials refer to materials that have at least one dimension in the nanometer level in the three-dimensional space, the size of which is (0.1-100nm), or is composed of these basic unit types, which is probably 10-100 A is derived from the size of the arrangement; a nanoparticle is a kind of artificially manufactured micro-particles with a size of no more than 100 nanometers. Its form may be latex, polymer, ceramic particles and carbon particles, and is widely used in medicine, sunscreen cosmetics, etc. This article aims to study the role of nano-particle preparation of ferroelectric ceramic materials in the production of antique art, mainly from the doping modification and ferroelectric materials to conduct experiments and explorations, and explore the impact of materials on the finished product. Through performance testing and characterization of a series of samples, it is concluded that the Curie temperature of the best-performing BaTiO3 ferroelectric ceramic material increases, the grain size decreases. The ferroelectricity gradually increases, and the density increases. And proposed that it can be sintered into porcelain under low temperature conditions, and the density and dielectric properties of the obtained ceramic are the best, and it is compounded with a ferroelectric with a low Curie temperature to achieve the purpose of broadening the Curie peak. The experimental results in this paper show that when the environment is above the Curie temperature of 110℃, the material exhibits paraelectric characteristics, when it is less than this temperature, the ferroelectric characteristics appear. When the operating temperature is about 100, the heating rate is still slower, about every time the temperature rises by 1.5 degrees per minute. This process is conducive to the increase of moisture in the equipment and can reduce the cracking caused by drying; when the temperature is about 500, the temperature rises about 3 degrees per minute. This process helps the oxidation and decomposition of the forming agent. When the temperature is around 900 degrees, the temperature rises about 5 degrees per minute.


Nanoparticle Preparation, Ferroelectric Ceramic Materials, Antique Art Production, Nanostructured Materials

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Bin Chen. Role of Ferroelectric Ceramic Materials Based on Nano-Particles in the Production of Antique Art. International Journal of Art Innovation and Development (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 1: 24-41. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJAID.2021.020104.


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