Distinction of the two phases of CuTCNQ by scanning electrochemical microscopy

O'Mullane, A, Neufeld, A and Bond, A 2005, 'Distinction of the two phases of CuTCNQ by scanning electrochemical microscopy', Analytical Chemistry, vol. 77, pp. 5447-5447.

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Title Distinction of the two phases of CuTCNQ by scanning electrochemical microscopy
Author(s) O'Mullane, A
Neufeld, A
Bond, A
Year 2005
Journal name Analytical Chemistry
Volume number 77
Start page 5447
End page 5447
Total pages 1
Publisher American Chemical Society
Abstract This paper investigates the static bending, free vibration, and dynamic response of monomorph, bimorph, and multimorph actuators made of functionally graded piezoelectric materials (FGPMs) under a combined thermal-electro- mechanical load by using the Timoshenko beam theory. It is assumed that all of the material properties of the actuator, except for Poisson's ratio, are position dependent due to a continuous variation in material composition through the thickness direction. Theoretical formulations are derived by employing Hamilton's principle and include the effect of transverse shear deformation and axial and rotary inertias. The governing differential equations are then solved using the differential quadrature method to determine the important performance indices, such as deflection, reaction force, natural frequencies, and dynamic response of various FGPM actuators. A comprehensive parametric study is conducted to show the influence of shear deformation, temperature rise, material composition, slenderness ratio, end support, and total number of layers on the thermo-electro-mechanical characteristics. It is found that FGPM monomorph actuators exhibit the so-called 'non-intermediate' behavior under an applied electric field.
Subject Analytical Chemistry not elsewhere classified
DOI - identifier 10.1088/0964-1726/16/3/028
ISSN 0003-2700
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