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5 mm'. Gold electrodes were deposited on sample surfaces by dc sputtering. Two processes were mainly used in the dielectric study. The first is called "zero-field-heated" (ZFH). in which the data were taken upon heating without any poling. In the second process "prior-poled before zero-field-heated" (IT-ZFH), the sample was poled at RT with a dc E field of 5 kV/cm along [OOI] for 1 hr, then cooled to 140 IS without an E field before ZFH was performed. An irregular piezoelectric resonance was observed for frequency ,f'>100 kHz in the PP-ZFH dielectric spectra.
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Solid crossed lines inside the symbols indicate that domains will have extinction for optical E field along the radial and circumferential axes. Solid, dash-dot, dashed and dotted lines indicate cell P lies between two directions that polarizations can take for various M cells. The adjacent T and 0 P vectors. The M A cell has P between two adjacent Tand R P vectors, whereas cell has P between two adjacent R and 0 P vectors. The central "black" square indicates the total optical extinction. More details for using optical extinction to determine domain phases can be found in Ref.