Chi-Shun Tu
Chi-Shun Tu
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Sequence of dielectric anomalies and high-temperature relaxation behavior in
CS Tu, IG Siny, VH Schmidt
Physical review B 49 (17), 11550, 1994
2791994
The effects of gold nanoparticles in wound healing with antioxidant epigallocatechin gallate and α-lipoic acid
JG Leu, SA Chen, HM Chen, WM Wu, CF Hung, YD Yao, CS Tu, YJ Liang
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 8 (5), 767-775, 2012
1812012
Critical acoustic behavior of the relaxor ferroelectric in the intertransition region
IG Siny, CS Tu, VH Schmidt
Physical Review B 51 (9), 5659, 1995
1121995
Identification of the nanogold particle-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress by omic techniques and systems biology analysis
YY Tsai, YH Huang, YL Chao, KY Hu, LT Chin, SH Chou, AL Hour, ...
ACS nano 5 (12), 9354-9369, 2011
1052011
Topical treatment with anti-oxidants and Au nanoparticles promote healing of diabetic wound through receptor for advance glycation end-products
SA Chen, HM Chen, YD Yao, CF Hung, CS Tu, YJ Liang
European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 47 (5), 875-883, 2012
1012012
Field-induced polarization rotation in (001)-cut
RR Chien, VH Schmidt, CS Tu, LW Hung, H Luo
Physical Review B 69 (17), 172101, 2004
692004
Dielectric, hypersonic, and domain anomalies of single crystals
CS Tu, CL Tsai, VH Schmidt, H Luo, Z Yin
Journal of Applied Physics 89 (12), 7908-7916, 2001
652001
Large E-field induced strain and polar evolution in lead-free Zr-doped 92.5%(Bi0. 5Na0. 5) TiO3–7.5% BaTiO3 ceramics
PY Chen, CS Chen, CS Tu, TL Chang
Journal of the European Ceramic Society 34 (16), 4223-4233, 2014
632014
Phase transition and ferroelectric properties of xBiFeO3–(1− x) BaTiO3 ceramics
TH Wang, CS Tu, Y Ding, TC Lin, CS Ku, WC Yang, HH Yu, KT Wu, ...
Current Applied Physics 11 (3), S240-S243, 2011
592011
Phase transformation via a monoclinic phase in relaxor-based ferroelectric crystal
CS Tu, VH Schmidt, IC Shih, R Chien
Physical Review B 67 (2), 020102, 2003
582003
Hypersound anomalies and elastic constants in single‐crystal PbMg1/3Nb2/3O3 by Brillouin scattering
CS Tu, VH Schmidt, IG Siny
Journal of applied physics 78 (9), 5665-5668, 1995
581995
Thermal stability of ceramics in carbon dioxide
CS Tu, RR Chien, VH Schmidt, SC Lee, CC Huang, CL Tsai
Journal of Applied Physics 105 (10), 103504, 2009
572009
Orientation dependence and electric-field effect in the relaxor-based ferroelectric crystal
CS Tu, CL Tsai, JS Chen, VH Schmidt
Physical Review B 65 (10), 104113, 2002
572002
Magnetoelectric coupling and phase transition in BiFeO3 and (BiFeO3)0.95(BaTiO3)0.05 ceramics
TH Wang, CS Tu, HY Chen, Y Ding, TC Lin, YD Yao, VH Schmidt, KT Wu
Journal of Applied Physics 109 (4), 044101-044101-4, 2011
562011
Structure, magnetic, and dielectric properties of (1-x)BiFeO3-xBaTiO3 ceramics
TH Wang, Y Ding, CS Tu, YD Yao, KT Wu, TC Lin, HH Yu, CS Ku, HY Lee
Journal of Applied Physics 109 (7), 07D907, 2011
552011
Temperature dependent Raman scattering in KTiOPO4 and KTiOAsO4 single crystals
CS Tu, AR Guo, R Tao, RS Katiyar, R Guo, AS Bhalla
Journal of applied physics 79 (6), 3235-3240, 1996
511996
E-field-induced polarization rotation in crystal
CS Tu, IC Shih, VH Schmidt, R Chien
Applied physics letters 83 (9), 1833-1835, 2003
482003
Enhanced photovoltaic effects in A-site samarium doped BiFeO3 ceramics: the roles of domain structure and electronic state
CS Tu, CS Chen, PY Chen, HH Wei, VH Schmidt, CY Lin, J Anthoniappen, ...
Journal of the European Ceramic Society 36 (5), 1149-1157, 2016
462016
Raman spectra and structural stability in B-site manganese doped (Bi0. 5Na0. 5) 0.925 Ba0. 075TiO3 relaxor ferroelectric ceramics
J Anthoniappen, CS Tu, PY Chen, CS Chen, YU Idzerda, SJ Chiu
Journal of the European Ceramic Society 35 (13), 3495-3506, 2015
442015
Phase stability after an electric-field poling in crystals
CS Tu, RR Chien, FT Wang, VH Schmidt, P Han
Physical Review B 70 (22), 220103, 2004
442004
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