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Ceramist 2021;24(3):327-340.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31613/ceramist.2021.24.3.06    Published online September 30, 2021.
Functional Polymer Composites Using Multiferroic Ceramic Nanofillers
Geunryeol Baek, Su Chul Yang
Department of Chemical Engineering (BK21 FOUR), Dong-A University, Busan, Korea 49315
다강성 세라믹 나노충진재를 이용한 기능성 고분자 복합체
백근렬, 양수철
동아대학교 화학공학과 (BK21 FOUR 교육연구단)
Correspondence:  Su Chul Yang,
Email: scyang@dau.ac.kr
Received: 9 August 2021   • Accepted: 17 August 2021
Multiferroic materials exhibited more than one ferroic properties of piezoelectric, magnetostrictive, and magnetoelectric. Among the multiferroic materials, magnetoelectric (ME) materials coexisting ferroelectric and ferromagnetic properties has attracted great attention due to its unique applications such as energy harvesters, highly-sensitive magnetic sensors, actuators, memory devices. With the increase in demand of flexible and multifunctional electronic devices, polymer-based ME composites consisting of ferroelectric polymer matrix and ferromagnetic ceramic nanofillers have been developed by optimization of materials, structure, and process. In this review, we described research history and feasible applications for the polymer-based ME composites. We believe that the polymer-based ME composites can be a potential candidate for self-powered energy and sensing devices relevant to the fourth industrial revolution in the near future.
Key Words: Multiferroic, Magnetoelectric, Piezoelectric, Magnetostrictive, Polymer composites
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