Usage of P–V–L bond theory in studying the structural/property regulation of microwave dielectric ceramics: a review†
Structure/property regulation is widely investigated for providing theoretical foundations and guidance for designing microwave dielectric ceramics. P–V–L bond theory targets the provision of detailed structural parameters of crystals and fundamental chemical bond characteristics, such as bond ionicity, bond covalency and bond susceptibility. In this review, the concept of P–V–L bond theory, the binary bonding formula theory of complex polycrystalline and the usage of P–V–L bond theory regarding the structural effects on dielectric properties in various crystal structures are introduced. And the bond traits provided via P–V–L bond theory in several ion-doping modification systems are generalized with structural evolution and dielectric properties. Furthermore, conjectures about the development and application directions of P–V–L bond theory in the study of structure/properties of microwave dielectric ceramics are put forward.
- This article is part of the themed collection: 2020 Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers Review-type Articles