The thermally activated dc conductivity can be

The analysis of the room temperature XRD data of PZT-BMO indicates that Ezatiostat hydrochloride samples are described considering an orthorhombically distorted perovskite type cell which shows superstructure (2ap × 2bp × √2cp). Atoms are shifted from their ideal positions (see X, Y, Z values in Table 1). Moreover, the Pb and Bi placed in the A sublattice and the Zr, Ti, and Mn cations placed in the B sublattice differ in ionic size and electrical charge. Hence, the random electric fields and strains can be created, because the ions which substitute for each other are randomly distributed in sublattice A and B [10], [11] and [28].
It is noteworthy that the two identified phases, R3m and Pbam, were not distinguished in the BEI COMPO analysis. Such results suggest a uniform composition on microscale but first law of thermodynamics (conservation) does not exclude a disorder on nanoscale. Therefore, a random distribution of different cations among the equivalent sites in the A and B sublattices is not excluded.